I’ve collected a few Arduino Nano’s and an Uno and they’re fun. However, I wanted to knock up a cheap version I could use in projects and leave them built rather than having to tear them down for each new one. I also want to integrate an Arduino & a L293D based motor driver amongst other things for future projects. So the starting point is my own homebrew board.
The vast majority of the design for this board came from Nathan Chantrell’s fantastic ‘Build your own Arduino for under a Tenner’ blog post. Continue reading