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Member Since: March 18, 2011

Country: United States



Electronics Engineer with a Quarky sense of humor.


Research and development.


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  • It comes in a DIP package from TI part number CD74HC4067EE. I understand Sparkfun wishes to push there own products (i.e., SSOP to DIP Adapters) which is great! However I wish Sparkfun would sale this chip it in a DIP package, since it is offered in a DIP package from the manufacture.
    Thanks SF.

  • I am new to Arduino, and could not find the following answers. Could someone help…
    Question 1. Is this the Arduino Uno (Revision 2) board?
    “Revision 2 of the Uno board has a resistor pulling the 8U2 HWB line to ground, making it easier to put into DFU mode.” As quoted from the link: http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardUno
    Question 2. I have older computers that I use for experimental / development purposes, so can the Arduino Uno (Revision 2) board be programmed through a USB 1.1 port on these older computers?

  • The image shows 3 for $2.25, however I don’t know how many you get for that price. It would be nice if Sparkfun stated the quantity.

No public wish lists :(