really helping, thanks.
Yes, i want to plug an Arduino (was planning on an UNO initially) onto a evalutal board i am making. I am using it to control many functions and cheap-o Arduinos save me a lot of programming time and trouble. It will interface between remote control signals and some sensor logic on one hand, and various circuit control points (relays, control pins) on the other. Its likely overkill but i don’t care; its documented, works, sample sketches exist…
Now you suggest soldering it (NANO or UNO, who cares really, right?) directly. How? The NANOs i have seen are regular, flat PCBs with a set of holes on each side for pins. So I need… (drum roll, please) headers to attach it to the board. If they are pins and the PCB has receptacles (riser type) there is no work to separate them - just pull it off. I admit i don’t really need to to be removable though.
What am i not getting?
Really appreciate the voice of “been there done that”
Over to you