Do you ever faced this type of experience before, where you need to bent the pin on a microcontroller and by the same time, you’re trying to insert it into a DIP programming socket?
Isn’t this really messed you off?
Beside that, can you imagine that you need to align those crazy pins repeatedly and intermittently prying them out of the programming socket, and then inserting the freshly burned chip into a target circuit, this whole process will definitely wasting you a lot of sleepless night!
Well, here is a good method that can help you overcome the bent pin nightmare, and this tool only cost you less than $35! These PCBs are manufactured in the low-cost way so it can become alternatives to the conventional Arduino workhorse controller boards. The most importantly thing is you can even buy this Freeduino PCBs in kit form and it’s allows you to customize the final Arduino-like circuit easily!
Since the Freeduino is an easy-to-build and customize Arduino clone, this is means you can do whatever you want without any further hassle! For example, if you’re preferred SIP inline female headers, then all you have to do is replace the male headers with your interface preference.