All I want for Christmas Eve is an Edison pinout.
All I want for Christmas is an Edison pinout. Seriously, reading from a table of names and grouped pins is an exercise I only want to do once. Byron and I decided to make a handy cheat sheet. We thought you might like one too. Feel free to download a PDF version or the .PNG found below.
You can import the PDF into your favorite vector art program, such as Inkscape, and pull the elements apart to make your own cheat sheets. Enjoy!
Are you sure?, pro mini: http://pighixxx.com/prominiv3_0.pdf Trinket: https://learn.adafruit.com/introducing-trinket/pinouts
That only covers the regular (non-Pro) Trinket, unfortunately... The Pro Trinket guide really doesn't have a good pinout summary. I guess they expect you to know Arduino pin functions by the numbers, so to speak :)
ah, didn't read pro, but this one? https://learn.adafruit.com/introducing-pro-trinket/pinouts Strange that one cannot come up with an standard way of documenting pinouts like these: http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/teensy31.html
Fantastic! Here's a pinout diagram I made recently:
I'm participating in Hackaday's Trinket EDC contest and have searched high and low and found no Pro Trinket pinout diagram. There's only the several-paragraph-long description of what each pin does in the tutorial. Very annoying. Another project I'm working on right now uses an Arduino Pro Mini 328. There's no pinout available of that either, leading to me making the one above. Google Images finds several for the 168, though, which is pretty close (just lacking pins A6 & A7). Fritzing also still has the old board.
So, I think it would be great if there was some kind of wiki-style website for making and aggregating board pinout diagrams. (Probably not connectors, though; pinouts.ru is already pretty good for that.)