2022-07-04 (M) RangerRogue Wiring diagram

Wiring for the project should be as simple as possible but teach folks how to work with prototyping boards. I planned to use as many solder bridges as possible and reduce the wires running on the top of the board. The panels I bought are roughly the width of an Arduino Micro, so there isn't a lot of wasted space. I'll add rows of header pins and sockets at the edges where I can attach servo motors and distance sensors. I'll arrange for the circuits to plug directly onto the headers or connect wiring harnesses.
Wiring diagram, bottom view

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