**** FOR INSTRUCTIONS FOR MARCH 2013, KICKSTARTER PROJECT GO HERE
It has some LED's and a button.
It connects to digital pins 9-13 and ground. My hope is that this will be useful to people that want to play with writing code for the Arduino, but don't want to build a little circuit every time they want to test something out.
I'm including all the files you would need to build your own. I am also offering these for sale. I figure this is the only real way to find out if this is useful to other people.
I have only a few boards right now, but they are not quite right. I have included a hack towards the end of this instructable.
Can buy kit here now. (4/20/2013)
Step 2: Tools
-The soldering is pretty easy, so I never had to use the flux pen.
- To make anything happen, you will also need an Arduiono 2009 and a computer with the Arduino IDE.
- I like to work on a white peice of paper, it keeps me from loosing parts. It is also a good if you are taking photos.