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sudobangbang Added clarification of the counterfeited rev3 boards.
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 ======Model Identification====== ======Model Identification======
  
-Two models ​are being shipped. They have no feature differences,​ only a different connection for the on-board LED.+Three models ​have been shipped. They have no feature differences,​ only a different connection for the on-board LED.
  
-You can identify your model by the presence of "​rev2"​ on the top (the side with the gold connectors) of the USB end of the Digispark. ​+You can identify your model by the presence of "​rev2"​, "​rev4",​ or nothing ​on the top (the side with the gold connectors) of the USB end of the Digispark. Also, there is a "​rev3"​ version in circulation;​ this is actually countefeit (i.e. a clone which falsely uses the Digispark trade name), although functionally it seems to match the (true) revisions 2 and 4.
  
-If "​rev2"​ is **not** present then you have a Model B board. +Rev2 or Rev4 marking:
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-If "​rev2"​ **is** present then you have a Model A board. +
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-Model A:+
 The on-board LED is connected to P1 The on-board LED is connected to P1
-This board should cause no conflicts with any devices, but rmember ​the LED is on pin 1 not pin 0!+This board should cause no conflicts with any devices, but remember ​the LED is on pin 1 not pin 0!
  
-Model B:+No marking:
 The on-board LED is connected to P0 The on-board LED is connected to P0
 This board requires the trace to the LED to be cut (or the LED desoldered) if you'd like to use it with I2C devices. ​ This board requires the trace to the LED to be cut (or the LED desoldered) if you'd like to use it with I2C devices. ​
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 We recommend using an exact-o knife or similar small sharp blade. The area that needs to be scored or cut is outlined with a white box on the board - highlighted in red below for clarity. ​ We recommend using an exact-o knife or similar small sharp blade. The area that needs to be scored or cut is outlined with a white box on the board - highlighted in red below for clarity. ​
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