Adafruit AVR Sticker for Breadboard Arduino-compatibles – 10 pcs
Adafruit AVR Sticker for Breadboard Arduino-compatibles – 10 pcs. These stickers are a must for anyone making a breadboarded Arduino-compatible. They fit right on top of a DIP ATmega328 (or ‘168) chip, and clearly indicate every pin as it would be called in the Arduino IDE. Inspired by our video producer George Graves, we are thrilled to have these in stock!
No more looking up the datasheet or schematic! The stickers are made of a tough vinyl, usually used for bumper stickers, so they will not fade, scratch, or wrinkle. The stickers are die cut already into a rounded rectangle that fits on top of the AVR. 10 stickers made of vinyl. Each stickers is 7mm x 34mm.
We will also have one with AVR pin names soon too, stay tuned 🙂
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Excuse my language, but that’s frickin’ brilliant!
Nice, but how about a version that uses the actual AVR pin names instead of the Arduino names? I breadboard a lot of AVR projects, but don’t often use the Arduino libraries.
@steve – that one is next, you’ll be able to order it soon.
Oooo…how about a whole lineup of these, for ‘328, ‘2313, tiny84/85, PICs, and even a few popular peripheral chips like EEPROMs, 555, LM317/7805, op-amps, etc? A whole pack of A4 size sticker sheets!
@macegr – we are working on those too – they’ll be done and available shortly!
@K Scharf for the other stickers the part name is included