Pro mini shield

Posted on Thursday, July 9th, 2015 in PCBs by DP


Albert blogged about his mini pro shield project:

Just finished my little mini pro shield which makes it a little easier to use the mini pro with projects and it now also makes the mini pro easier to use with test and trial projects.
The shield has a 3.3V and 5v power supply on board with power rails so every sensor can be used
If any of you guys want those board . I shared the board on OSH park here.
It works like a charm

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One Response to “Pro mini shield”

  1. Nickolas Molpus says:

    Fantastic stuff here! Terrifically nice posts. Awesome work!

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