|Trying out different layouts. Something like this?|
- Can be powered from battery
- Can be programmed with my new USB to serial
- Has at least one analog in
- Has at least one digital in/out
- Has one GND connection
- Has one +5V connection
- 16 Mhz clock
This is the first board I make that uses a 16 Mhz resonator instead of a crystal. Might be quite fatal for the project to use a resonator since they have less sensitivity.
Going out to my workshop to solder...Be right back...
And 2 hours later...
|The soldered board, is powered up and can be programmed. Only six analog pins have pins.|
Oh I´m getting quite tired now, but the new board can be programmed using Arduino IDE as a regular UNO board. I have not tried any fancy stuff yet. I need to add headers for GND and +5V in order to be able to attach a microphone.