I have a NanodeRF* and was thinking of getting a emonTx Shield to use with it, and then I noticed the shield has a 2x3 connector in the middle for ISP pins but the Nanode does not have ISP pins in the same place as other Arduinos.
- The Nanode is listed as being compatible - does this mean the ISP connector is optional?
- Why is the ISP connector needed? From what I can tell, it looks like all the pins in the ISP cluster are already connected via the pins on the edges of the board.
Thanks for your help!
- a kit that was sitting in a box for 10 years that I finally assembled today