Hobbyduino Mini Proto Plug V2.0

Introduction

Documentation

Build It

Related Links

Disclaimer

Introduction

More mounting options!  I have developed a prototype shield in my pursuit to make it easier to use the Hobbyduino.  This shield allows a breadboard to be mounted on it for prototyping circuits.  It also has a circuit layout in reference to a breadboard that allows for permanent mounted circuits.

Here is the Hobbyduino Mini:

Here is the Proto Plug:

Here is the Hobbyduino Mini mounted on the proto plug:

The proto plug can also be used for permanent circuits by not installing the breadboard.  Here is a bare proto board.

Documentation

  • Schematic – PDF
  • PCB – PDF
  • Schematic – SCH
  • PCB – PCB
  • Mechanical Drawing – DXF
  • Bill of Materials – TXT

The schematic and PCB was developed with the freely available ExpressPCB software.

Build It

Reference the B.O.M above for a list of the parts necessary to complete the Hobbyduino Mini Proto Plug.

Reference the below schematic and layout file for component locations.

Related Links

Hobbyduino Mini Proto Plug Gallery

Disclaimer

This example shows hardware and software used to implement the design.  It is recommended the viewer use sound judgment in determining and/or implementing this example for any particular application.  This example may include information from 3rd parties and/or information which may require further licensing or otherwise.  Additional hardware or software may be required.  Hobbybotics or any affiliates does not support or warrant this information for any purpose other than a design example and takes no responsibility for any mishaps (none being implied).

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