2022-02-21 (M) RemoteFinishLine Soldering

I decided to use two extra MH-Tiny boards and determine which pins to assign. The processor only has two PWM pins, but I only need one for the screen's backlight. I wrestled with connecting all my components, and I decided DuPont leads would be the most convenient. I mounted a couple of rows of header sockets to prototyping boards and added header pins to a pair of controllers. On one side of the proto-board, I soldered a row of pins where I could connect devices. Two strips ran the length of the board, so I made those power rails and added more places to connect. I added connectors to any device that didn't have them.
Soldered components

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