As I’ve started using ATmega ICs on a breadboard or a tinyUSBboard, looking up the pinouts became a chore. I’m not the first to come up with the sticker – I found a couple of them on the web, even orderable from Adafruit for instance, but I wasn’t happy with those I found. The main reason is that sometimes I want to use the Arduino IDE to program them, sometimes straight avr-gcc with a programmer. So I made stickers in Inkscape which has both pinouts: red for arduino, black for original names from ATMEL. Plus indicators which pins support PWM. If you’re interested, grab a svg – it has drawings for ATmega328p and ATmega8.
encounters with electron•ics / by flabbergast
ATmega stickers with pinout
Posted on March 11, 2013
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