Crystal and caps for your breadboard match Arduino, PIC, ATmega pinouts. 8, 10, 12, 14.7, 16, or 20Mhz.Designed by Bot Thoughts LLC, Ships from United States of America
If fiddling with crystals and capacitors falling out of your Arduino-compatible breadboard projects is your idea of fun, stop reading now, ok? I thought so. Annoyance and irritation suck, don't the...Read More…
If fiddling with crystals and capacitors falling out of your Arduino-compatible breadboard projects is your idea of fun, stop reading now, ok?
I thought so. Annoyance and irritation suck, don't they? That's why you need these crystal+cap boards for your breadboarding.
The best part? The pinout matches ATmegas, ATtiny4313, some PICs, so they plug right in next to your DIP MCU on a breadboard. No jumpers needed. Crystal and capacitors are pre-installed; just add the 3-pin header.
They won't fall out either. The one on my 20mph, autonomous rover, Data Bus, stayed put even after crashing. Often.
Available frequencies: 8, 10, 12, 16, 20 MHz as well as 14.7456 MHz for generating a perfect 115200 bps.
Goodbye irritation. Hello fun.
Worth a try? Order and I'll send one as fast as I can. Buy more and save.
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Hi, my name is Mike Shimniok, author of the Bot Thoughts robotics blog (www.bot-thoughts.com). I've been building electronic circuits since 1985 and robotics since 2007. I hold a BS in Computer Engineering, from University of Arizona and an MS in Systems Engineering, from The George Washington University.