Marcelo Jimenez wrote a post about a shield he did using pogo pins to program and test a CPLD based board. The photo above shows the support for the board to be programmed with the pogo pins at the center, the board itself and the top shield. I have used two identical shield boards and have […]
Squonk found this list of 288 Arduino shields, from 116 makers, including pictures, license and pinouts. Looks pretty comprehensive, and includes some we’ve never heard of. Via the contact form.
As seen in the above illustration from National Instruments, RS-485 ports are identical in appearance to RS-232 but with different pin assignments. You will not find them on contemporary home computer hardware, and they are only rarely seen on legacy machines. They are, however, found on various types of commercial computer and telecom equipment and […]