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This shield, once assembled, gives your Arduino a 28-pin ZIF (Zero Insertion Force) socket so it can grab onto unsuspecting ICs. The socket is wired to work directly with the ArduinoISP code, but burning bootloaders isnt the only thing you can do with it. Weve also connected the serial I/Os so that if youre a programming ninja you can do cool tricks like programming ICs using the bootloader on-the-go.
The hardware is released under Creative Commons ShareAlike 4.0 International.
Distributed as-is; no warranty is given.