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Arduino pinout labels

Posted on Thursday, January 13th, 2011 in Arduino, pin reference by the machinegeek

 

George Graves on the Adafruit forums has posted an Arduino pinout label which you can print and tape to the chip for easy reference. Available in PDF, Illustrator and SVG formats.

Via Make.

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