Screw shield is a wing-like shield that extends both sides of your Arduino or Arduino variants into sturdy and reliable screw terminal blocks.
On the digital pins side, it contains 18 terminals: 16 normal terminals and 2 extra GND. As to the Analog pins side, there are 16 terminals (12 normal terminals, 4 extra terminals for Vin, 2*GND and 5V) and 2 breakout through holes for 2 additional ADC pins. Sweetly, a special extension block for SPI interface is included in this product to make it a truly stackable shield for other shields like TFT touch screen to mount on.
Arduino and Seeeduino compatible
Extra ADC though holes and SPI extension interface
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Since the introduction of UNO R3, the Power set of stackable headers turn from 6-pin into 8-pin, with a new IOREF pin and another reserved pin, paving way for 1.0 pinout (http://arduinQuestion by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:35:03
Hi, thank you for your suggestion, we will consider its update.Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:35:03
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Yes,you're righ!!Best Regards~~Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:35:03
There is all that wasted space between the terminal boards, so why not make it a full board with a development area? It would be MUCH more useful and it would be MUCH more sturdy (currently using a screwdriver will put torque onto pins). connecting theQuestion by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:35:03
Or you could sell the screw terminals by themselves - I'd buy a bag or two in my next order. They are very useful - although screw terminals do vibrate loose from time to time (it helps to use solid wire or well-tinned stranded), I like them better thaAnswer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:35:03