November 7, 2012
about 2 years ago
It looks like the TX pin on the 328 is unused? It would not be hard to add data logging code that writes to the serial line and hook it up to the RX on an FDTI “friend.” Serial logging is a kind of a high-end feature not often found in the $20 or less multimeter.
Assuming, of course, there is some way to shoe-horn in the ISP-6 header pins. It looks like there are traces on the board heading from the ISP pins to the microcontroller? Has anyone reprogrammed their kit this way? (“in service” programming rather than pulling out the (socketed) 328 sticking it in the programmer with a socket?)
Speaking of sockets, it would be a good idea to add a socket for the 328. Only $1 more. (They really should include this in the kit!)
No public wish lists :(
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