Yet another take on a prototyping shield for the Arduino Uno and similarDesigned by Azduino by Spence Konde in United States of America
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What is it? This is a prototyping shield for the Arduino Uno, Mega, Duemillenove and others that use the same shield layout. This uses the same sort of prototyping space that my other protoboards d...Read More…
This is a prototyping shield for the Arduino Uno, Mega, Duemillenove and others that use the same shield layout. This uses the same sort of prototyping space that my other protoboards do, with predominantly through-hole prototyping area, with a few SMD footprints. The shield extends beyond the top and bottom edges of the Arduino board to provide more space for making connections to the Arduino pins, but does not extend over the USB and power connectors, so that they can't bump into eachother when using stackable pin header. Holes are provided in line with those on the Arduino boards, so you can rigidly connect the shield to the Arduino if necessary.
Next to each row of Arduino pins is a nice big exposed ground trace, with as many through holes as I could fit: Finally, a prototyping shield with enough places to connect to ground! Additionally, Ground, 5v, 3.3v, and one uncommitted auxiliary trace are routed around to the corners of the board, so there's always a supply connection close at hand. The fourth "auxiliary" trace, marked AUX on the board can be used to distribute power from an additional voltage regulator, if your project needs one.
While most of us prefer working with through-hole components, sometimes the parts you need just aren't available in through-hole packages. This prototyping shield provides plenty of spaces for SMD prototyping, while still providing plenty of space for normal through-hole work. The SMD outlines provided are as follows; All outlines are connected to through-holes for ease of connection. Some of them share these through-hole connections with a nearby outline, as noted below:
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