Commit ca08fc7d authored by Thomas Pryds's avatar Thomas Pryds
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Added assembly instructions

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## Parts List
* The PCB: Order it through your favourite PCB service by sending them the newest version of the gerber files.
* 1 x ZIF (zero-insertion-force) socket, 28 pins. Alternatively you can use a normal IC socket, but a ZIF socket is highly recommended.
* 1 x ZIF (zero-insertion-force) socket, 28 pins, narrow. Alternatively you can use a normal IC socket, but a ZIF socket is highly recommended.
* 2 x ceramic capacitor, 100 nF (marked "104"), part numbers C1, C2
* 2 x ceramic capacitor, 22 pF (marked "22"), part numbers C3, C4
* 1 x resistor, 10 KΩ, part number R1
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## Assembly Instructions
to be added, but relatively self-explanatory from the PCB silkscreen markings.
1. Solder the resistor R1, all capacitors, C1-C4 and the crystal Y1 in place as per the silkscreen references and list above.
1. Solder the 6-pin header connectors to the ISCP pads on the backside of the board. Most Arduinos have male connectors for these -- if yours does as well, use female pin header connectors.
1. Solder a pin header connector to the "NANO_D10" and/or "UNO_D10", depending on whether you plan to use this hat with an Arduino Uno or Nano (or both). Obviously, use opposite gender of what your Arduino board has. It is recommended to solder the header connectors while there are in the Arduino, as it's otherwise very easy to get them slightly misaligned, thereby making it harder to insert the hat into the Arduino.
1. Turn the board back to the front side and solder the ZIF socket to the board. It's recommended to mark pin 1 on the ZIF socket with a permament marker so that it's very obvious which way ICs need to go.
## Usage Instructions
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