OK, I’ll change it to match your pinout. Old_Grey: there isn’t any reason to not have two parts, one with the ISCP and one without. Then the user can choose which to use. I’m inclined to do the renumber then split them that way. Is it only the ISCP connector you think should go? On the shield version we could move the pads to silk screen so they could at least have holes if they needed too.
edit: Is it a correct assumption that these share the same named pins else where and thus should be bused to the other pins?
OK now I’m really confused the pin numbers above are wrong, the pins only go up to 386, so I pulled up the boards referenced by Old_Grey but they don’t match the PCB layout. There is a reset switch over the left side set of 6 pads (unless it is connecting to the pads? Also from the picture the board I made seems to be wrong. The two end connectors (the 6pin and the 8) look to be reversed on the Fritzing board. Also the mounting holes are missing (even if they are only on the silkscreen as usual so you can drill the hole if you want). Ah! This board doesn’t seem to be either of those listed but this third board which does match this pcb layout:
although then we are missing the usb connector that sticks out past the end of the board in silkscreen. There are no mounting holes in this one. I should probably add this as the url so people know which board this part is for as well (when I checked that is the site with a wrong url that is listed, I’ll correct that too). OK there isn’t enough info on the pinout diagram to fix this so its
up to you with a board in hand :-).
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top left in pcb view, ICSP connector for 16u2: top right
381 382 383 367 gnd? 374 gnd?
? ? ? 386 19 373 48
384 385 386 369 51 372 58?
? ? ? 370 53 371 57?
375 ? 376 ?
377 ? 378 ?
379 ? 380 ?
If you can fill in the ? marks with a pin name and what else it connects to I’ll correct the board to match. This of course assumes this is the board you have …