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Member #468925

Member Since: September 11, 2013

Country: United States

  • I replaced the chip socket with one with longer legs. I needed .400" legs to clear components on another board, but with longer legs it can plug into a breadboard, or the end resultant board. Now I can leave plugged into USB, program, test, repeat. This after moving the chip back and forth a hundred times, using jumpers was cumbersome.

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