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Arduino is certainly the most popular method of getting info electronics, or at least embedded electronics. My BlueStamp Engineering students seem to gravitate to them when selecting their projects. But what about after the first few projects have been created with the Arduino What if the designer wants to add a relay, or another LED to the board Most people create a shield which allows them to plug in, but for simple projects I believe there is a better way: creating their own Arduino clone (AKA Derivative). This is where the designer modifies the public Arduino EAGLE PCB files to add their extra parts, and then makes their own board! It can save cost, space, and connectors! I go into more detail on my latest Element14 post:
For the input and output week I want do design my own board similar to the Arduino footprint. This is because I want to be able to use Arduino Uno shields later. For this task I used the eagle files that comes from the Arduino homepage and alter them in eagle. I throw away all the inner circuits and build it ab again with my own parts but the pin header for the shield stay the same.
It's great and made in the USA. Got this for a good discount during the arduino day sale. It still was twice as much as a cheap eBay clone, but it's four times as reliable. Sparkfun is a company I would highly recommend. Good customer service and friendly staff.
Want to save money by making your own arduino clone boards Or want to make a custom board specifically for your needs, then this project is for you. Make your own arduino board from cheap electronic components available at your local store. Just follow these simple step by step instructions.
the arduino, itself a clone, gave way to many other variations. most clones are only about cost cutting but some do offer unique additions. here is a growing list of such.note: there are many boards that use the arduino bootloader and piggyback on its IDE. i'm currently aiming for those that stick to the form and function of the original but extend it in some ways.
If that, please refer this link: github.com Heltec-Aaron-Lee/WiFi_Kit_series/blob/master/InstallGuide/windows.md# Steps to install Heltec ESP32&ESP8266 Arduino support on Windows**Tested on 32 and 64 bit Windows 10 machines**Before operation, please make sure Git and Arduino are correctly installed on you computer. If not, please refer to this document: [How to install Git and Arduino IDE]( -automation-docs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/general/how_to_install_git_and_arduino.html) Executed commands **MUST** under the **user name/Documents/Arduino/hardware** path!Start ```Git Bash``` and run through the following steps: - Input `git clone -Aaron-Lee/WiFi_Kit_series.git heltec `!(win-screenshots/location.png)## Finish Arduino ESP32 support on WindowsOpen `/Documents/Arduino/hardware/heltec/esp32/tools` and double-click `get.exe`!(win-screenshots/win-gui-6.png) This file has been truncated. show original 图片.png1090407 19.6 KB
So I'm looking to create an arduino clone to mount on one of my robots. I started off making the arduino on a breadboard, using the instructions found on Arduino's own website and I succeeded. It works as well, I've checked it with the \"blink\" project. 153554b96e