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Build your own Arduino shield using the compact and flexible Proto Shield kit
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Standard Arduino compatible
Large 0.1"*0.1" pitch prototyping area
A variety of through-hole sizes to fit most parts
Arduino UART and I2C port pin breakout for easy external communications
Dual ISP breakouts for easy programming and stacking
3.3 volt, 5 volt, and ground power rails are easily available anywhere on the board
Breadboard style prototyping area
USB type B breakout
Basic components included (buttons, switches, LEDs, resistors, USB jack)
1x Arduino compatible Proto Board
1x B type USB connector
1x 40-pin 2.54mm male long header
1x 40-pin 2.54mm female header
2x 40-pin 2.54mm male header
1x 40-pin 2.54mm spacer
3x 8-pin 2.54mm female header
1x 6-pin 2.54mm female header
1x ISP female pin header
1x ISP male pin header
1x 10k Ohm rotary potentiometer
4x 1k Ohm through-hole resistor
2x 10k Ohm through-hole resistor
2x 3mm Red through-hole LED
2x 3mm Green through-hole LED
1x 3mm dual color through-hole LED
4x Mini push button switch
2x DPDT switch
Wiki of Protoshield Kit for Arduino
I'm using an Arduino Uno r3 with a Seeed Ethernet Shield. I would like to use the protoshield as well. How do you recommend configuring the protoshield to be used in this configuration? And would I stack the Protoshield on top of the Ethernet shield or
Hello, thanks for your interest in our products. The Protoshield is not compatible with Ethernet since the SPI female header connector could not connect Protoshield to Ethernet Shield. We will sell female to male header later later, you could get this
As multiple people have stated, the HEADER LAYOUT IS WRONG. You cannot plug this into an Arduino Uno and you cannot plug standard Arduino shields into this board. UNTIL THEY FIX THE HEADER LAYOUT, DO NOT BUY!!
Yes, but this module can not program.
I got the v1.0 of this board from radioshack. I soldered a header to the I2C footprint and wired my circuit only to find that it would not work. After checking with a multimeter I discovered that the VCC and GND lines to the I2C, UART and ISP footprint
This wireless car key has 4 button, Codec-Adaptive Wireless Relay can remember 30 codes or buttons, so it is depend how you control with them. But yes, if you take each Relay remember one button of channel on the key then you can control Max is 4 Relay
As others have found, the headers on the digital side are offset in two directions. The header for pins 8 through Aref are slightly off lengthwise (either that or the smaller header for rx through 7 is off). In the other dimension--across the width of
It is use 12V LR27A battery.
Please direct me to find the instructions for this which is not retired yet but no WIKI pages??? Confused please help.
Hi.We just have a instruction for this protoshield kit on our wiki,bu no more manual.
The Protoshield is compatible with Arduino Uno r3? manual for the assembly is included?
Sorry I see now the wiki page :)
is there a way that i can lay this out so that i can use the 2.8 tft touch shield on the raspberry pi
Dear Derek levine.You can enter the wiki to find more information,and you can regard shields' surface as a reference.But we have not other docs.Thanks for your comprehension.
Like many others, I walked out with version 1.0 as an impulse purchase at RadioShack. No problem with the headers... I'm not trying to stack it. One curious thing is that the I2C block GND isn't connected. (Nor is GND in UART block)
Hello, they are using the same transmitted codes. We are only distribute it , we do also not know how to change it .
It's so nice (SARCASM) that they hide the star ratings during the writing of the comments, and then automatically set them to 3 stars. I will not buy seeedstudio products again
Yeah ,it can only be hit one button to control multiple Codec-Adaptive Wireless Relays .
My observations regarding the header alignment. There are two sets of holes used to mount headers. One set (the yellow line in the pic), on both left and right sides of the board, is in the correct position and aligns correctly to plug into the Ard
Either Seeed fixed the alignment problems or everyone else here is just doing it wrong. I had no trouble soldering the headers into the board, the result is a nice and snug fit.
I just put mine together, and sadly the header/stacking issue is troublesome. I rarely stack shields on top of each other, so it's not a big issue for me, but Seeed really should fix this problem because this board is really nice and a killer price fo
No."Kit is come with a nice Antenna???you can also purchase another Antenna with lager size"