Projects With Ryan Slaugh: Custom Proto Shield

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Projects With Ryan Slaugh: Custom Proto Shield
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There are a lot of different shields out there for Arduino.  However, sometimes there arises a need to make your own.

Even more plentiful in the world of electronics are integrated circuits that do a lot of nifty things.  Some control output, some input, and some are sensors.  In this edition of Projects with Ryan Slaugh I show you how to make your own custom proto shield.  This project was influenced by a need I have on another of my projects.  That is was directed the choice of components.  Your custom needs may be completely different, but this project will help you get a start on custom board making at the proto level.

To see the final schematic of the project, go here: 

To get the code and data sheet links go here: https://github.com/rwslaugh/proto_shield

As always, if you have questions or comments please contact me using the form.

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See the full series here.

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Ryan Slaugh is a hardware and software engineer with over 15 years of experience designing and building different systems. While he has a few college degrees, his best training came from growing up on a farm and working with his father who was also an electrician. Ryan works regularly with woodworking, metal work, electronics, and software. Ryan also has a love of tools and collects as many as he can.

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