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Extremely small arduino using dip16 form factor?


I am looking for a extremely small arduino board close to this one that I have.->
www.anatools.com/anarduino-kit/

I want a smaller form factor and I dont need need the serial headers, or even the extended sides as I can solder strait to the headers.

I tried making my own board using eagle, and diptrace but I am running into alot of issues making it so compact. I was wondering if anyone has already made a board and have to eagle files, or know of any eagle files that I can have so I can etch my own board.


Any help would be great! Thanks!


abyssknight3 years ago
An attiny45 or attiny85 will take the Arduino bootloader. I think the larger attiny will as well, but I'd look into those two.

Related link: http://hlt.media.mit.edu/wiki/pmwiki.php?n=Main.ArduinoATtiny4585
orksecurity3 years ago
Of course, if you're willing to unplug the processor chip after programming it, and provide a few external components, I think that's a 28-pin DIP...
maewert3 years ago
Several possibilities exist:
Arduino Mini
Arduino Pro Mini,
Ardweeny
http://www.duinothumb.com/showcases/the-world-smallest-arduino-avr-usb

Best Wishes
What do you want ? An arduino, on a 16 pin 0.4" wide DIL header ?