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The Peguino Uno PCB Superflex Board
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The Peguino Uno PCB Superflex Board

Peguino Uno Brick PCB-Board Rev. 1.2 Specs

Capable for using Arduino Nano, ESP 8266 and ESP32 Dev. Boards and Pin-compatible boards

[Image: peguino_pcb_1.2_01.png]


Sockets and Pins (Numbering always counter clockwise):

A, B, E, F:

4 x RJ11 6P6C Sockets

C1, C2, C3, D1, D2, D3:

6 x 2,54mm Pinheader Male Plugs, internal called “Servo Plugs” (Multi-Usage; eg. to connect  Peguino Microservo Brick, Microprox Brick, Buzzer Brick...)

30 x 2,54mm Pinheader Female Sockets: 1 – 30
3 x 2,54mm Pinheader Female Sockets: A,B,C, connected with Pinheader Socket: 1 (Contains 3.3V when using a Peguino Uno Brick ESP 32 Development Board V1 )

1 x 2,54mm red Pinheader Male Plug to connect the Peguino Switch Brick
1 x 2,54mm black Pinheader Male Plug to connect the Peguino 4AA Power Brick
2 x 2,54mm blue Pinheader Male Plug with Jumper to configure the type of board
2 x 2,54mm yellow Pinheader Male Plug with Jumper to configure power out


Note:
The blue Jumpers need to aligned left while using an Arduino Nano. For ESP8266 and ESP32 aligned right.

The yellow Jumpers aligned to the right power C1, C2, C3, D1, D2, and D3.

Is the power connector turned to the left (ground left and +5V in middle) then the Switch Brick can be plugged aligned left to the black Pinheader Male Plug (above the red Pinheader Male Plug).

The Pins A, B, C are connected with ground (GND / minus).
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