Breakout board for DA-series or mega 0-series AVR microcontrollers - bare board, 32, 48, or 64-pin versionDesigned by Azduino by Spence Konde in United States of America
AVR DD-series has just been released, we will be launching products shortly!! Summer Schedule:Assembled and popular prototype board shipping normally. Others will ship mondays
Bare breakout boards for new AVR DA-series, and the ATmega4809/4808 The new AVR DA-series (ex: AVR128DA64 ) is the latest and greatest line of AVR microcontrollers, and these bring the AVR product li…Read More…
The new AVR DA-series (ex: AVR128DA64 ) is the latest and greatest line of AVR microcontrollers, and these bring the AVR product line onto a whole new level, with higher clock speeds (up to 24 MHz, all the way from 1.8V to 5.5V), with a 12-bit ADC, 10-bit DAC, 2 Type A timers (on 48/64-pin parts), in a package with 28, 32, 48, or 64 pins. The 32 and 48-pin versions are pin-compatible with the older ATmega4809 and ATmega4808 - so these boards can be used just as well with those, too.
Yes! For the three "prototype" board versions, buy out our stock of bare boards, get the stainless steel stencil for them (which we paid $25 for) FREE.
This is sold as a BARE BOARD - the assembled board is pictured as a reference for assembly and to give an indication of what they will look like once you put parts on them.
Until now, there have been no general purpose, no-nonsense AVR DA-series breakout board available (other than the manufacturer's development board - and, well, one could argue about whether that onboard programmer qualifies as nonsense). Well, that terrible situation is no longer! These break out every pin on these exciting new parts to easily accessible 0.1" pin header, and provide pads for a SOT-223 regulator (like a 1117-series - we recommend the LDL1117 for their extra-low dropout), and have a 3-pin header for UPDI programming and a 6-pin FTDI-style serial header (with auto-reset support, too)
Even better, with my new DxCore, the new AVR DA-series can be programmed in Arduino too!. They are very similar to the megaAVR 0-series (as supported by MegaCoreX, but have a ton more memory, and many of the peripherals have had small new features added.
You can see the full bill of materials on the google doc at the Documentation link, which also describes all aspects of these boards (in both bare and assembled as we sell them) in excruciating detail.
We have most of the prototype run still on hand - these are available at a special price. These are shown in the last three images above. They lack the reset button, the solder bridge jumpers, and - except on the DA64 version - the support for a crystal. They use size 1206 0.1uF decoupling caps, which necessitates uglier routing as well (but also makes them easier to hand-assemble. The silkscreen has also been improved greatly since the "prototype" versions (as shown in the pictures) Note that since the megaAVR 0-series parts don't have "autotune", a crystal is less often used on the megaAVR parts - so the 32 and 48 pin versions of the prototype boards could make perfectly good breakout boards for those. Bonus offer: Buy all remaining stock of any PROTOTYPE design... and get the stainless steel stencil FREE! As above, the assembled board is shown for reference only - this listing is for the bare boards only.
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