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Member Since: January 11, 2012

Country: United States

  • Pretty nice and liking it so far, but could use improvements.

    It's kinda sucky that you have to solder your own wires to the posts. As others have said, the spacing on the posts is illogical too. And since all ground/black posts are the same, they might as well be left out and just include 1 or 2 black ground posts and the rest red (most of us don't need multiple voltages at the same time).

    The provided fuses are too low, some spares would be nice. I burned one out quickly and didn't feel like going out to hunt for new ones (where I live I can't order online easily). So I just added a wire to bypass the fuse. I'll live with the consequences.

    Also it would be nice to have a few USB ports on it, so you can power/recharge USB devices on it too.

    A rocker switch or push switch would be nice instead of the small slide switch.

  • I seem to have bricked both ProMicro's I ordered. One of them I have been able to recover with the double tap to the reset button and quickly uploading it to the bootloader serial.

    The other I can't seem to do the same trick. The bootloader serial port shows up on my mac for 8 seconds as it should, if I do nothing: crw-rw-rw- 1 root wheel 18, 109 Mar 15 12:21 /dev/cu.usbmodem14131 but then as soon as I hit upload in the Arduino IDE, it disappears again, and the IDE complains it can't find the board.

    Any tips welcome.

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