Arduino Nano V3.2 (A000005)

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The Arduino Nano is a small version of the Arduino UNO with a breadboard-friendly form factor. The board was originally designed by Gravitech.

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What is a suitable socket for the Arduino Nano V3.2

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It depends on why you are using a socket. If it’s for prototyping then you would use female 0.1" headers soldered into a prototyping board:

If it’s for experimenting with the device then you would use an expansion shield:

ZIF sockets are also available and can be used with a ptotoyping board to make a custom expansion shield (but check the width):

If you solder the Nano to a prototyping board then you can use whatever sockets that board supports:

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Thanks Jeff

David

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