Nanode RF Port allocations mapped out for resource usage clarity

 

I recently purchased a Nanode RF from the OSHUG 2012 hardware camp.  This is a nifty little piece of kit combining arduino, ethernet, RF comms and other functionality into one arduino-sized board.

Before getting started with this I wanted to, see what resources were already used for the on-board devices, so I could see what sensors etc. I could connect and to where.  Despite Ken’s efforts, the schematic isn’t the clearest to follow, so I decided to decode this into a table showing what resources are used where.  This is attached below (let me know if you want the spreadsheet or PDF versions).

Steve.

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