Arduino Unos and Megas are normally powered by five volts through their USB connectors or by connecting 7-12 volts to the power jacks or Vin header pins. However, there is another way. This is a very simple project, but it sure makes programming easier.
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ExpressPCB PC Layout File
Note: ExpressPCB layout software must be loaded to read this file.
Gerber Files for ExpressPCB PC Boards