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Simpsonjr

Member Since: November 23, 2010

Country: United States

  • Yes, but you'll need the right transistor/mosfet, arduino can't handle more as 5 volt/~30mA per pin.

  • Splendid story, I wish I bought one while I could, by now I'll probably have to bid 50 times an original 328 to get one ;)<br />
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    But.... can't you just tell the last guy hired to peal layer after layer, take pictures, trace components/routes/netlists etc and.... reverse engineer the chip ?<br />
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    If he succeeds the story will unfortunately end, but... you'll know he's willing and capable !<br />

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