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ARDUINO  A000080  ADD-ON CARD, MEGA PROTOSHIELD R3, BLANK PCB

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  • Manufacturer: ARDUINO
  • Newark Part No.: 63W3546
  • Manufacturer Part No A000080

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  • For Use With: Arduino MEGA Development Boards
  • Kit Contents: Prototyping Board
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
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I know I will be missing the extra pins you get with the arduino mega,
but I need a large proto area and wanted to know if the pin patterns match the pins the arduino uno does have so that I could use this and then use the large proto area
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You can consider Newark part # 76T4685 (A000082 Arduino prototyping shield PCB Rev. 3, compatible with new Arduino R3 pinout).
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