TinyShield Proto Board (HCTICI0027)

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TinyShield Proto Board (HCTICI0027)

Post by andrew » Wed Oct 07, 2015 12:55 pm

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This proto board brings all of the TinyShield signals out to a point that you can solder to. All of the signals are marked and are spaced with 0.1″ spacing (same spacing as on the standard Arduino Uno), so a standard 0.1″ header can be used if desired.

This proto board brings all of the TinyShield signals out to a point that you can solder to. All of the signals are marked and are spaced with 0.1″ spacing (same spacing as on the standard Arduino Uno), so a standard 0.1″ header can be used if desired.

This proto board can be ordered with or without a top stackable connector. By default, a top connector is not needed since the standard method is to use this proto board as the top board in a TinyDuino stack which allows the easiest access to the signals. However when this board is ordered with the top stackable connector, the proto board can be located in an inner layer of the TinyDuino stack which is useful for some projects.

Note: This TinyShield replaces all of the older style Proto1, Proto2 and Proto3 boards which have been discontinued so any stock of the previous boards that we still have, will be our last.


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Ultra compact size and weight (smaller than a US Quarter!)
Square Version: 20mm x 20mm (.787 inches x .787 inches)
Max Height (No Top Connector): (from lower bottom TinyShield Connector to upper PCB level): 2.81mm (0.111 inches)
Max Height (With Top Connector): (from lower bottom TinyShield Connector to upper PCB level): 5.11mm (0.201 inches)
Weight (No Top Connector): 0.70 grams
Weight (With Top Connector): 0.85 grams


Includes the following signals:

VCC, VBATT,+3V3, +5V, VIN, GND, RSV2, RSV1, RSV0, RESET
IO0, IO1, IO2, IO3, IO4, IO5, IO6, IO7, IO8, IO9
SS, MOSI, MISO, SCK, AREF, AD0, AD1, AD2, AD3, AD4/SDA, AD5/SDL


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