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Driving 595 Shift Registers

Tpic6B595

Driving 595 Shift Registers. Mike writes in –

Thanks for the ATmega32U4 Breakout Board and TPIC6B595 chip. They are super! I am using them to learn basics.  I always write a blog entry about what I learn. This way I am forced to learn the details and remember things better. Currently learning about shift registers and SPI.


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3 Comments

  1. What software is used to design the breadboard schematics?

  2. I’d venture to say it was fritzing http://fritzing.org/

  3. If you’re using an Atmega32u4 breakout board and fritzing you may want to try the model at http://forums.adafruit.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=24140&p=130347#p130347

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