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Mounting diagram (.png)

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This is the third revision of the board: the Arduino Single-Sided Serial version 3, or s3v3, or Arduino Severino. It was designed by Adilson Akashi.

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This is the third revision of the board: the Arduino Single-Sided Serial version 3, or s3v3, or Arduino Severino. It was designed by Adilson Akashi, based on the previous version.

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Arduino Single-Sided Serial Board

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Arduino Single-Sided Serial Board (version 3)

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If you don't have an easy way to order an Arduino board or kit, you can etch this PCB design by hand and solder it together. This is the third revision of the board: the Arduino Single-Sided Serial version 3, or s3v3, or Arduino Severino. It was designed by Adilson Akashi.

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If you don't have an easy way to order an Arduino board or kit, you can etch this PCB design by hand and solder it together. It is pin-compatible with the Arduino Diecimila, and should work with any Arduino shield.

This is the third revision of the board: the Arduino Single-Sided Serial version 3, or s3v3, or Arduino Severino. It was designed by Adilson Akashi.

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Arduino Single-Sided Serial Board

If you don't have an easy way to order an Arduino board or kit, you can etch this PCB design by hand and solder it together. This is the third revision of the board: the Arduino Single-Sided Serial version 3, or s3v3, or Arduino Severino. It was designed by Adilson Akashi.

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