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DC motor stalling resets Arduino - A good thing?

If the motor draws too much current (which is at a maximum when the motor starts up, or stalls), then the power supply will be heavily loaded, and you'll see its voltage drop. That's likely to be a ...
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Esp32 controls a 12v coil relay through PC817 and 2N7000

Looks okay, except D2 is backwards. It would be better graphically to show it in parallel with D1, the downward arrow for a positive voltage is against convention. I think I'd like to see a bit more ...
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Buffering Arduino SPI bus using 74AHCT125

5V, because that chip works only on 5V and outputs 5V. It would be a great chip for level shifting 3.3 to 5V, but will not work for level shifting 5V to 3.3V. No it would burn up the 3.3V device if ...
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Will such a scheme work correctly with ATmega328PB?

The accepted answer provides general suggestions on styling and common norms on PCB design but never point out the mistakes on the schematic. I see at least two mistakes. CC1 and CC2 on Type C USB ...
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