Bareduino - Arduino Compatible Breadboard Microcontroller
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If you need lots of Arduino Compatible controllers, but donâ€™t need the price tag of a full development platform? This handy little kit is perfect for anyone who is experienced with the Arduino Compatible Microcontrollers, and needs to include a lot more of them in his/her next project. If you follow the steps on this page making a project on a breadboard is a snap, tie as many ATMEGA328â€²s together as you need to. The sky is the limit, and everything you need can be found at https://www.virtuabotix.com/feed/?p=407!
Pickup the kit at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007AX97ZE
Or build it yourself with our parts list and schematics.
What you need:
â€¢ Bareduino 328 kit -> http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007AX97ZE
â€¢ Jumper wires
â€¢ Grounding strap (chip is ESD sensitive)
â€¢ Time to dedicate to your Mad Scientist laugh (and build the circuit too).
Detailed instructions with pictures can be found at https://www.virtuabotix.com/feed/?p=407
Whats inside the kit, besides awesomeness?:
â€¢ 1 x P-DIP ATMEGA328P-PU programmed with Duemilanove Bootloader
â€¢ 3 x Through-Hole 22pF Capacitors (2 for crystal and 1 for Analog power smoothing)
â€¢ 1 x Through-Hole HC-49S 16 MHz Crystal (for clock)
â€¢ 1 x Through-Hole 1/4 Watt 22 K ohm resistor (for reset pullup)
â€¢ Printed instructions
Best of luck, and I hope you enjoy!
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