Member Since: October 20, 2008

Country: United States

  • My comments:
    - connect D0 to pin 5-yellow of a TTL-232R USB cable and use ‘screen /dev/ttyUSB0’ (or similar) to see output (you can also use the 5V provided by pin 3-red)
    - no pull-up needed on D0
    - pins required some bending and shoving to get it to fit in a breadboard - use the breakout board and headers

  • Have you guys looked at TAPR Open Hardware License? It seems like it may be overkill, but is much more suited than the CC license (which is great for a lot of things, just not so much for hardware, as has been pointed out).

No public wish lists :(