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Member #53879

Member Since: November 25, 2008

Country: United States

  • I am using the screwshield for Arduino with the prototyping area in the center (not the wing shield). I was able to trace through and determine the pads that are connected but am trying to reason why you chose the pattern for connecting the pads that you did. I am attempting to place an IC on the board and it seems that I would straddle the 5V and GND pad row down the center of the board but the left side of the pins hit on the individual pads and the right side hit on the three pad group like I would expect (so I can easily make connections to the pin of the IC via the three connected pads). Should there also be a set of three connected pads for each pin on the left side also? Is there another way for placing components that is more inline with your design that I am overlooking? Help!

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