Project board for PCR-NMRA Arduino Programming class by Earl Girbovan and Seth Neumann.
If you signed up for the class, this board is included in the materials fee, so you don't need to order it. We offer it either Assembled and Tested with an Arduino Nano or as a bare board if you want more or if you missed the clinic and want to experiment at home.
The Project Board includes examples of inputs (push buttons, potentiometers) and outputs (LEDs, an SG90 Servo) that are often found in model railroad projects. Since the clinic is about learning the Arduino Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and learning the Arduino "Processing" language, the board is offered assembled so you can start right away without the need to do assembly. Connectors are provided for the Nano (included with the A&T version), external power and ground, and the i/o pins not used on the boards. Pads are provided for an I2C connection if you want to expand your project using our IOX16 and IOX32.
We've included a USB-Mini cable as we've found that incorrect or faulty cables have been a problem in the class room.