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i know how to solder. But I wanted less construction and more programming.plus once I solder, if i wanted to trade out a sensor or something. I have to remove it. Which is a huge pain.
Does anyone have a guide that I can look at. "Beginning your board from scratch?" maybe?
if i wanted to trade out a sensor or something. I have to remove it.
One of you guys know of a helpful guide?
About your original question;Nothing you have described will tax an Arduino. You can do a lot with the things........TL'DR Buy an Arduino and you will be happy with it. When you are done with it, buy a LeafLabs Maple or Axon or PIC or PIC32 or etc, etc, ETC!
I'm trying to figure out exactly what the shield does. It is meant for noise protection correct? But the link you sent me looks like a picture of an expansion to the board. Does it add more features besides protection?
I would suggest you get an Arduino UNO, and put one of these shields on it. Or, if you are feeling a bit programming adventurous, consider the Orangutang series from Pololu.
So I could plug in some type of wireless adapter into the I2C/UART communication port? Or do i need another shield for that?