AVR-Platine (Platino | alte Version)
Bare PCB for the Platino project, as described in the article Platino Controlled by LabVIEW, published in Elektor Magazine October 2011.
The name Platino is a playful reference to the French (and German) word ‘Platine’ meaning ‘circuit board’, with a slight wink at ‘Arduino’. It is a versatile circuit board for circuits based on an 8-bit AVR controller. With an ATmega168 or ATMega324 Platino can play the lead role in a large number of sketches. And for the most demanding builders it has a convincing trump in hand: it can be fitted with an ATmega1284!