BareDuino Nano
  • BareDuino Nano
  • BareDuino Nano
  • BareDuino Nano
  • BareDuino Nano

BareDuino Nano

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The BareDuino Nano is the world’s smallest Arduino compatible board
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Description
The BareDuino Nano is the world’s smallest Arduino compatible board. Based on SparkFun’s Arduino Pro Mini, it features 14 digital input/output pins, 8 analog pins, a 16 MHz crystal oscillator and FTDI interface ports for programming.
 
The board contains everything needed to get started. Just connect your unregulated power to the VIN ports or supply the board directly using the 5V line. Standard rigid wires plug nicely into the BareDuino’s 1.27mm spaced holes to allow for easy prototyping.
 
Features
  • Same processing power as Arduino Uno
  • Very small footprint (21x14mm)
  • Pre-loaded with Arduino bootloader
  • FTDI programming interface
  • Power and pin 13 LED
  • 5 Volt tolerant inputs
  • On-board voltage regulator

 

Specifications
  • Microcontroller: ATmega328P-MU
  • Operating frequency: 16Mhz
  • Input voltage: 5.3 to 9V
  • Output voltage: 5V
  • Output current: max 150mA
  • Digital I/O pins: 14
  • Analog pins: 8
  • Pin spacing: 1.27mm
  • Weight: <2g
  • Size: 21x14mm

 

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How do we hook this up to the USB 2 Serial Converter. Can you please explain it to those of us who don't know what we are doing? (I am sure it seems obvious to you, but this is a serious question.)

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on Oct 19,2016
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There is a special FTDI header on the BareDuino Nano, just match it up to the USB 2 Serial Converter. Here's a picture: [http://www.niekproductions.com...]

on Oct 20,2016 10:46 AM
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What is the easiest way to program this? i.e. what pins would connect to USB. Do you have any usb connections for sale, or is there another way?

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on Oct 19,2016
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The easiest way to program it is to hook the FTDI connections up to a USB-_Serial converter like this one: [http://www.seeedstudio.com/dep...].

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