Bjoern writes –
“I just received my first Arduino Shield PCB design in the mail from Advanced Circuits. We have lots of Phidgets sensors lying around in the lab; they may be a bit pricey, but their plug-and-play model is sure handy when you’re in a hurry. This PCB makes it easy to connect these sensors to the Arduino platform. The board has six Phidgets (aka 3 pin Molex C-GRID) connectors which are routed directly to the Arduino’s A2D ports. It also breaks out 8 bits of digital IO to .1″ headers and provides the all-important reset switch and status LED.” Thanks Kevin! – Link.