Posted on June 27, 2018June 27, 2018 by tinkerBOY — 4 CommentsPro Micro: Arduino Pinout Arduino pinout guide for the Pro Micro: Here’s How to Program the Pro Micro with Arduino. Products you might be interested with: Arduino Pro Micro Compatible with Atmega32u4 $7.95 Add to cart tinkerBOY Controller v2.0.1 for Game Boy ZeroRated 5.00 out of 5 $27.00 Add to cart Post navigationPrevious post: How to Wire the L and R buttonsNext post: Raspberry Pi: Downmixing From Stereo to Mono Sound Output 4 thoughts on “Pro Micro: Arduino Pinout” Tommy October 25, 2018 Thanks for the guides! Just one question: How do I wire this directly to a raspberry pi 3? Reply tinkerBOY October 28, 2018 Take a look at the last picture at https://www.tinkerboy.xyz/wiring-diagram-for-tinkerboy-controller-v3-0/ for usb data pins on the Pi3. Reply Anton September 28, 2019 hi I’m pretty new in Arduino, so sorry ahead if this is a dumb question: – as I see from code, all “digital” buttons should be connected “normally open” to GND, correct? – how to connect analog potentiometers? GND-vs-A0, and GND-vs-A1? Thanks in advance, Anton Reply tinkerBOY September 28, 2019 Initially all buttons shouldn’t be connected to anything (open). It’s only when you push a button that needs gnd connection. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.