I like to use Arduino boards in many of my projects. Sometimes you are limited on space and need everything on one board. Today’s project is a basic arduino board similar to the one in the picture. Make sure you use regulated 5 volts to power this project.
I like to add a led on D13 for testing. Use a socket in your project so you can remove the chip and program it with you original arduino board.
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