I just picked up a Teensy 3.1, which is an ARM development board that can speak Arduino. OSH Park was running a special where I could tack one onto my order for a few bucks. It’s pretty neat.
The only downside is that the design doesn’t have pin labels on the top of the board. This makes it really tough to use in a breadboard. To fix this, I made a label to stick to it to call out the pins — posting here in case someone on the internet could use such a thing.
Here’s the PDF, as well as the Microsoft Publisher source file. Unlike the photo, the linked label has the name of the board written in text rather than in ballpoint pen.
Hey thanks man, i just got mine through today as a replacement for my galago (failed kickstarter board). That printout is exactly what i need!
I’m looking for info on what the extra pins at the bottom are, wondering if Paul S ran out of space for the extra pins. Cheers and happy hacking