Try out the larger 40 pin DIP micros with 2 UARTS, 8 analog pins, 32 I/O pins, 6 pwm pinsDesigned by scrolled, Ships from United Kingdom
Nice little breakout board (Very low current) for trying out the larger ATmega 40 pin DIP chips. This is truly bare bones, 7 capacitors, 2 resistors, 1 diode, 1 16mHz crystal, reset switch, headers...Read More…
Nice little breakout board (Very low current) for trying out the larger ATmega 40 pin DIP chips. This is truly bare bones, 7 capacitors, 2 resistors, 1 diode, 1 16mHz crystal, reset switch, headers, 40 pin DIP socket and the AT1284P (PU) chip. This makes for very quick build time. You can see from the picture that I had the blink sketch up and running in less than 20 minutes build time. Can easily be used with the standard Arduino IDE and the chip bootloaded from another Arduino using the 6 pin header. USB connection needs to be made via an FTDI lead to the six pin header on the board. Board size is 89mm x 40mm, the board is lead free through hole plated, blue solder mask, hot air leveled and the majority of pins brought out to headers. Check the board build up in the photos. There is no regulated supply on board, so you can rely on the USB power or there are 2 pairs of VCC and ground pins on headers for you to connect your power supply to. The beauty of these chips is that they have 2 UART serial connections so communication to and from various devices becomes easier. Full build, bootloading and Arduino IDE setup will be supplied as instructional leaflets on purchase. UPDATE:- This board has been tested on Arduino IDE 1.01 & 1.6.5 and in the documents I will explain how to load the board data for both IDE versions.
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Stephe | May 27, 2016
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Experienced printed circuit board and aircraft harness design engineer. With over 25 years experience. Living in the south west United Kingdom.