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DIY PIC16F883 breakout board

Posted on Tuesday, December 20th, 2011 in dev boards, DIY by Arup
DIY PIC16F883 Development Board

Phil made a DIY breakout board for the PIC16F883 microcontroller. The board uses a surface-mount single-layer design, and the parts are nicely spaced.  It’s an easy board to make at home using the DIY toner-transfer method of PCB etching. You can download the source files and other design data from his site.

Via Jumperone.

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One Response to “DIY PIC16F883 breakout board”

  1. Rohit de Sa says:

    Excellent soldering. And the parts placement looks like its done by machine, not hand….great job! *bows down*
    :-)

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