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  • Arduino Uno R4 WiFi

    Arduino Arduino Uno R4 WiFi

    The Arduino Uno R4 is powered by the Renesas RA4M1 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4 processor, providing a significant boost in processing power, memory, and functionality. The WiFi version comes with an ESP32-S3 WiFi module in addition to the RA4M1, expanding creative opportunities for makers and engineers. The Uno R4 Minima is an affordable option for those who don't need the additional features. The Arduino Uno R4 runs at 48 MHz, which provides a 3x increase over the popular Uno R3. Additionally, SRAM has been upgraded from 2 kB to 32 kB, and flash memory from 32 kB to 256 kB to support more complex projects. Responding to community feedback, the USB port is now USB-C, and the maximum power supply voltage has been raised to 24 V with an enhanced thermal design. The board includes a CAN bus and an SPI port, enabling users to reduce wiring and perform parallel tasks by connecting multiple shields. A 12-bit analog DAC is also provided on the board. The Arduino Uno R4 comes in 2 versions (Minima and WiFi) and offers the following new features compared to the Uno R3: Arduino Uno R4 Minima Arduino Uno R4 WiFi USB-C connector USB-C connector RA4M1 from Renesas (Cortex-M4) RA4M1 from Renesas (Cortex-M4) HID device (emulate a mouse or a keyboard) HID device (emulate a mouse or a keyboard) Improved power section (up to 24 V through VIN) Improved power section (up to 24 V through VIN) CAN bus CAN bus DAC (12 bits) DAC (12 bits) Op amp Op amp WiFi/Bluetooth LE Fully-addressable LED matrix (12x8) Qwiic I²C connector RTC (with support for a buffer battery) Runtime errors diagnostics Model Comparison Uno R3 Uno R4 Minima Uno R4 WiFi Microcontroller Microchip ATmega328P (8-bit AVR RISC) Renesas RA4M1 (32-bit ARM Cortex-M4) Renesas RA4M1 (32-bit ARM Cortex-M4) Operating Voltage 5 V 5 V 5 V Input Voltage 6-20 V 6-24 V 6-24 V Digital I/O Pins 14 14 14 PWM Digital I/O Pins 6 6 6 Analog Input Pins 6 6 6 DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA 8 mA 8 mA Clock Speed 16 MHz 48 Mhz 48 Mhz Flash Memory 32 KB 256 KB 256 KB SRAM 2 KB 32 KB 32 KB USB USB-B USB-C USB-C DAC (12 bit) – 1 1 SPI 1 2 2 I²C 1 2 2 CAN – 1 1 Op amp – 1 1 SWD – 1 1 RTC – – 1 Qwiic I²C connector – – 1 LED Matrix – – 12x8 (96 red LEDs) LED_BUILTIN 13 13 13 Dimensions 68.6 x 53.4 mm 68.9 x 53.4 mm 68.9 x 53.4 mm Downloads Datasheet Schematics

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  • Arduino Uno Rev3

    Arduino Arduino Uno Rev3

    Arduino Uno is an open-source microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P. It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz ceramic resonator (CSTCE16M0V53-R0), a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header and a reset button. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. You can tinker with your Uno without worring too much about doing something wrong, worst case scenario you can replace the chip for a few dollars and start over again. 'Uno' means one in Italian and was chosen to mark the release of Arduino Software (IDE) 1.0. The Uno board and version 1.0 of Arduino Software (IDE) were the reference versions of Arduino, now evolved to newer releases. The Uno board is the first in a series of USB Arduino boards, and the reference model for the Arduino platform; for an extensive list of current, past or outdated boards see the Arduino index of boards. Specifications Microcontroller ATmega328P Operating Voltage 5 V Input Voltage (recommended) 7-12 V Input Voltage (limit) 6-20 V Digital I/O Pins 14 (of which 6 provide PWM output) PWM Digital I/O Pins 6 Analog Input Pins 6 DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA DC Current for 3.3 V Pin 50 mA Flash Memory 32 KB (ATmega328P) of which 0.5 KB used by bootloader SRAM 2 KB (ATmega328P) EEPROM 1 KB (ATmega328P) Clock Speed 16 MHz LED_BUILTIN 13 Dimensions 68.6 x 53.4 mm Weight 25 g

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  • Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect met Headers

    Arduino Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect with Headers

    The Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect is an RP2040-based Arduino board equipped with Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n) and Bluetooth 4.2. Besides wireless connectivity the board comes with a microphone for sound and voice activation and a six-axis smart motion sensor with AI capabilities. An RGB LED is available too. 22 GPIO ports (20 with PWM support and eight analogue inputs) let the user control e.g. relays, motors and LEDs and read switches and other sensors. Program memory is plentiful with 16 MB of flash memory, more than enough room for storing many webpages or other data. Technical Specifications Microcontroller Raspberry Pi RP2040 USB connector Micro USB Pins Built-in LED pins 13 Digital I/O pins 20 Analog Input pins 8 PWM pins 20 (Except A6, A7) External interrupts 20 (Except A6, A7) Connectivity Wi-Fi Nina W102 uBlox module Bluetooth Nina W102 uBlox module Secure element ATECC608A-MAHDA-T Crypto IC Sensors IMU LSM6DSOXTR (6-axis) Microphone MP34DT05 Communication UART Yes I²C Yes SPI Yes Power Circuit operating voltage 3.3 V Input Voltage (VIN) 5-21 V DC Current per I/O pin 4 mA Clock speed Processor 133 MHz Memory AT25SF128A-MHB-T 16 MB Flash IC Nina W102 uBlox module 448 KB ROM, 520 KB SRAM, 16 MB Flash Dimensions 45 x 18 mm Weight 6 g Downloads Schematics Pinout Datasheet

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  • Arduino Uno R4 Minima

    Arduino Arduino Uno R4 Minima

    The Arduino Uno R4 is powered by the Renesas RA4M1 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4 processor, providing a significant boost in processing power, memory, and functionality. The WiFi version comes with an ESP32-S3 WiFi module in addition to the RA4M1, expanding creative opportunities for makers and engineers. The Uno R4 Minima is an affordable option for those who don't need the additional features. The Arduino Uno R4 runs at 48 MHz, which provides a 3x increase over the popular Uno R3. Additionally, SRAM has been upgraded from 2 kB to 32 kB, and flash memory from 32 kB to 256 kB to support more complex projects. Responding to community feedback, the USB port is now USB-C, and the maximum power supply voltage has been raised to 24 V with an enhanced thermal design. The board includes a CAN bus and an SPI port, enabling users to reduce wiring and perform parallel tasks by connecting multiple shields. A 12-bit analog DAC is also provided on the board. The Arduino Uno R4 comes in 2 versions (Minima and WiFi) and offers the following new features compared to the Uno R3: Arduino Uno R4 Minima Arduino Uno R4 WiFi USB-C connector USB-C connector RA4M1 from Renesas (Cortex-M4) RA4M1 from Renesas (Cortex-M4) HID device (emulate a mouse or a keyboard) HID device (emulate a mouse or a keyboard) Improved power section (up to 24 V through VIN) Improved power section (up to 24 V through VIN) CAN bus CAN bus DAC (12 bits) DAC (12 bits) Op amp Op amp WiFi/Bluetooth LE Fully-addressable LED matrix (12x8) Qwiic I²C connector RTC (with support for a buffer battery) Runtime errors diagnostics Model Comparison Uno R3 Uno R4 Minima Uno R4 WiFi Microcontroller Microchip ATmega328P (8-bit AVR RISC) Renesas RA4M1 (32-bit ARM Cortex-M4) Renesas RA4M1 (32-bit ARM Cortex-M4) Operating Voltage 5 V 5 V 5 V Input Voltage 6-20 V 6-24 V 6-24 V Digital I/O Pins 14 14 14 PWM Digital I/O Pins 6 6 6 Analog Input Pins 6 6 6 DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA 8 mA 8 mA Clock Speed 16 MHz 48 Mhz 48 Mhz Flash Memory 32 KB 256 KB 256 KB SRAM 2 KB 32 KB 32 KB USB USB-B USB-C USB-C DAC (12 bit) – 1 1 SPI 1 2 2 I²C 1 2 2 CAN – 1 1 Op amp – 1 1 SWD – 1 1 RTC – – 1 Qwiic I²C connector – – 1 LED Matrix – – 12x8 (96 red LEDs) LED_BUILTIN 13 13 13 Dimensions 68.6 x 53.4 mm 68.9 x 53.4 mm 68.9 x 53.4 mm Downloads Datasheet Schematics

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  • Arduino Giga R1 WiFi

    Arduino Arduino Giga R1 WiFi

    The Arduino Giga R1 WiFi brings the power of the STM32H7 to the same form factor as the popular Mega and Due, being the first Mega board to include onboard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The board provides 76 digital inputs/outputs (12 with PWM capability), 14 analog inputs and 2 analog outputs (DAC) all easily accessible via pin headers. The STM32 microprocessor with dual-core Cortex-M7 and Cortex-M4, together with onboard memory and audio jack enables you to perform machine learning and signal processing on the edge. Microcontroller (STM32H747XI) This dual core 32-bits microcontroller allows you have two brain talking to each other (a Cortex-M7 at 480 MHz and a Cortex-M4 at 240 MHz) you can even run micropython in one and Arduino in the other. Wireless communication (Murata 1DX) Whether you prefer Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, the Giga R1 WiFi got you covered. You can even quickly connect to the Arduino IoT Cloud and keep track of your project remotely. And if you are concerned about the security of the communication, the ATECC608A keeps everything under control. Hardware ports and communication Following the legacy of the Arduino Mega and the Arduino Due, the Giga R1 WiFi has 4x UARTs (hardware serial ports), 3x I²C ports (1 more than its predecessors), 2x SPI ports (1 more than its predecessors), 1x FDCAN. GPIOs and extra pins By keeping the same form factor of the Mega and the Due, you can easily adapt your custom made shields to the Giga R1 WiFi (remember this board works at 3.3 V though!). Also, additional headers have been added so that the total number of GPIO pins is now 76, and two new pins have been added: a VRTC so you can connect a battery to keep the RTC running while the board is off and an OFF pin so you can shut down the board. Connectors The Giga R1 WiFi has extra connectors on board which will facilitate the creation of your project without any extra hardware. This board has: USB-A connector suitable for hosting USB sticks, other mass storage devices and HID devices such as keyboard or mouse. 3.5 mm input-output jack connected to DAC0, DAC1 and A7. USB-C to power and program the board, as well as simulate an HID device such as mouse or keyboard. Jtag connector, 2x5 1.27 mm. 20-pin Arducam camera connector. Higher voltage support: In comparison with its predecessors that support up to 12 V, the Giga R1 WiFi can handle a range of 6 to 24 V. Specifications Microcontroller STM32H747XI dual Cortex-M7+M4 32-bit low power ARM MCU (datasheet) Radio Module Murata 1DX dual WiFi 802.11b/g/n 65 Mbps and Bluetooth (datasheet) Secure Element ATECC608A-MAHDA-T (datasheet) USB USB-C Programming Port / HID USB-A Host (enable with PA_15) Pins Digital I/O pins 76 Analog input pins 12 DAC 2 (DAC0/DAC1) PWM pins 12 Misc VRT & OFF pin Communication UART 4x I²C 3x SPI 2x CAN Yes (requires an external transceiver) Connectors Camera I²C + D54-D67 Display D1N, D0N, D1P, D0P, CKN, CKP + D68-D75 Audio Jack DAC0, DAC1, A7 Power Circuit operating voltage 3.3 V Input voltage (VIN) 6-24 V DC Current per I/O Pin 8 mA Clock Speed Cortex-M7 480 MHz Cortex-M4 240 MHz Memory STM32H747XI 2 MB Flash, 1 MB RAM Dimensions 53 x 101 mm Downloads Datasheet Schematics Pinout

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  • Arduino Nano

    Arduino Arduino Nano

    The Arduino Nano is a small, complete, and breadboard-friendly board based on the ATmega328 (Arduino Nano 3.x). It has more or less the same functionality of the Arduino Duemilanove but in a different package. It lacks only a DC power jack and works with a Mini-B USB cable instead of a standard one. The Nano was designed and is being produced by Gravitech. Specifications Microcontroller ATmega328 Operating Voltage (logic level) 5 V Input Voltage (recommended) 7-12 V Input Voltage (limits) 6-20 V Digital I/O Pins 14 (of which 6 provide PWM output) Analog Input Pins 8 DC Current per I/O Pin 40 mA Flash Memory 16 KB (ATmega168) or 32 KB (ATmega328) of which 2 KB used by bootloader SRAM 1 KB (ATmega168) or 2 KB (ATmega328) EEPROM 512 bytes (ATmega168) or 1 KB (ATmega328) Clock Speed 16 MHz Dimensions 0.73 x 1.70' (18 x 45 mm) Power The Arduino Nano can be powered via the Mini-B USB connection, 6-20 V unregulated external power supply (pin 30), or 5 V regulated external power supply (pin 27). The power source is automatically selected to the highest voltage source. Memory The ATmega168 has 16 KB of flash memory for storing code (of which 2 KB is used for the bootloader), 1 KB of SRAM and 512 bytes of EEPROM The ATmega328 has 32 KB of flash memory for storing code, (also with 2 KB used for the bootloader), 2 KB of SRAM and 1 KB of EEPROM. Input and Output Each of the 14 digital pins on the Nano can be used as an input or output, using pinMode(), digitalWrite(), and digitalRead() functions. They operate at 5 V. Each pin can provide or receive a maximum of 40 mA and has an internal pull-up resistor (disconnected by default) of 20-50 kOhms. Communication The Arduino Nano has a number of facilities for communicating with a computer, another Arduino, or other microcontrollers. The ATmega168 and ATmega328 provide UART TTL (5V) serial communication, which is available on digital pins 0 (RX) and 1 (TX). An FTDI FT232RL on the board channels this serial communication over USB and the FTDI drivers (included with the Arduino software) provide a virtual com port to software on the computer. The Arduino software includes a serial monitor which allows simple textual data to be sent to and from the Arduino board. The RX and TX LEDs on the board will flash when data is being transmitted via the FTDI chip and USB connection to the computer (but not for serial communication on pins 0 and 1). A SoftwareSerial library allows for serial communication on any of the Nano's digital pins. Programming The Arduino Nano can be programmed with the Arduino software (download). The ATmega168 or ATmega328 on the Arduino Nano comes with a bootloader that allows you to upload new code to it without the use of an external hardware programmer. It communicates using the original STK500 protocol (reference, C header files). You can also bypass the bootloader and program the microcontroller through the ICSP (In-Circuit Serial Programming) header using Arduino ISP or similar; see these instructions for details. Automatic (Software) Reset Rather than requiring a physical press of the reset button before an upload, the Arduino Nano is designed in a way that allows it to be reset by software running on a connected computer. One of the hardware flow control lines (DTR) of theFT232RL is connected to the reset line of the ATmega168 or ATmega328 via a 100 nF capacitor. When this line is asserted (taken low), the reset line drops long enough to reset the chip. The Arduino software uses this capability to allow you to upload code by simply pressing the upload button in the Arduino environment. This means that the bootloader can have a shorter timeout, as the lowering of DTR can be well-coordinated with the start of the upload.

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  • Arduino Nano Every met Headers

    Arduino Arduino Nano Every with Headers

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    The Arduino Nano Every is an evolution of the traditional Arduino Nano board but features a lot more powerful processor, the ATMega4809. This will allow you to make larger programs than with the Arduino Uno (it has 50% more program memory), and with a lot more variables (the RAM is 200% bigger). An Improved Arduino Nano If you used Arduino Nano in your projects in the past, the Nano Every is a pin-equivalent substitute. The main differences are a better processor and a micro-USB connector. The board comes in two options: with or without headers, allowing you to embed the Nano Every inside any kind of invention, including wearables. The board comes with tessellated connectors and no components on the B-side. These features allow you to solder the board directly onto your own design, minimizing the height of your whole prototype. Oh, and did we mention the improved price? Thanks to a revised manufacturing process, the Arduino Nano Every costs a fraction of the original Nano … what are you waiting for? Upgrade now! Microcontroller ATMega4809 Operating Voltage 5 V Input Voltage 7 V - 21 V Analog Input Pins 8 Analog Output Pins Only through PWM External Interrupts all digital pins DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA DC Current for 3.3 V Pin 50 mA Flash Memory 48 KB SRAM 6 KB EEPROM 256 Byte Clock Speed 20 MHz LED_Builtin 13 UART 1 SPI 1 I2C 1 PWM Pins 5 USB Uses the ATSAMD11D14A Length 45 mm Width 18 mm Weight 5 g

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  • Arduino Pro Portenta H7

    Arduino Arduino Pro Portenta H7

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    Portenta H7 follows the Arduino MKR form factor, but enhanced with the Portenta family 80-pin high-density connector. Program it with high-level languages and AI while performing low-latency operations on its customizable hardware. Portenta H7 simultaneously runs high level code along with real time tasks. The design includes two processors that can run tasks in parallel. For example, is possible to execute Arduino compiled code along with MicroPython one, and have both cores to communicate with one another. The Portenta functionality is two-fold, it can either be running like any other embedded microcontroller board, or as the main processor of an embedded computer. Portenta can easily run processes created with TensorFlow Lite, you could have one of the cores computing a computer vision algorithm on the fly, while the other could be making low-level operations like controlling a motor, or acting as a user interface. Use Portenta when performance is key, among other cases, we envision it to be part of: High-end industrial machinery Laboratory equipment Computer vision PLCs Industry-ready user interfaces Robotics controller Mission-critical devices Dedicated stationary computer High-speed booting computation (ms) Two Parallel Cores H7's main processor is the dual core STM32H747 including a Cortex M7 running at 480 MHz and a Cortex-M4 running at 240 MHz. The two cores communicate via a Remote Procedure Call mechanism that allows calling functions on the other processor seamlessly. Both processors share all the in-chip peripherals and can run: Arduino sketches on top of the ARM Mbed OS Native Mbed applications MicroPython / JavaScript via an interpreter TensorFlow Lite Graphics Accelerator Probably one of the most exciting features of the Portenta H7 is the possibility of connecting an external monitor to build your own dedicated embedded computer with a user interface. This is possible thanks to the STM32H747 processor's on-chip GPU, the Chrom-ART Accelerator. Besides the GPU, the chip includes a dedicated JPEG encoder and decoder. A new standard for pinouts The Portenta family adds two 80-pin high density connectors at the bottom of the board. This ensures scalability for a wide range of applications by simply upgrading your Portenta board to the one suiting your needs. On-board Connectivity The onboard wireless module allows to simultaneously manage WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. The WiFi interface can be operated as an Access Point, as a Station or as a dual mode simultaneous AP/STA and can handle up to 65 Mbps transfer rate. Bluetooth interface supports Bluetooth Classic and Bluetooth Low Energy. It is also possible to expose a series of different wired interfaces like UART, SPI, or I²C, both through some of the MKR styled connectors, or through the new Arduino industrial 80-pin connector pair. The 80-pin connector pair provides additional features including Ethernet. USB-C Multipurpose Connector The board's programming connector is a USB-C port that can also be used to power the board, as a USB Hub, to connect a DisplayPort monitor, or to deliver power to OTG connected devices. Specifications The Arduino Portenta H7 is based on the STM32H747 microcontroller, XI series. Microcontroller STM32H747XI dual Cortex-M7+M4 32bit low power ARM MCU (datasheet) Radio module Murata 1DX dual WiFi 802.11b/g/n 65 Mbps and Bluetooth (Bluetooth Low Energy. 5 via Cordio stack, Bluetooth Low Energy 4.2 via Arduino Stack) (datasheet) Secure element (default) NXP SE0502 (datasheet) Board power supply (USB/VIN) 5 V Supported battery Li-Po Single Cell, 3.7 V, 700 mAh Minimum (integrated charger) Circuit operating voltage 3.3 V Display connector MIPI DSI host & MIPI D-PHY to interface with low-pin count large display GPU Chrom-ART graphical hardware Accelerator Timers 22x timers and watchdogs UART 4x ports (2 with flow control) Ethernet PHY 10 / 100 Mbps (through expansion port only) SD card Interface for SD Card connector (through expansion port only) Operational temperature -40 °C to +85 °C MKR headers Use any of the existing industrial MKR shields on it High-density connectors Two 80-pin connectors will expose all of the board's peripherals to other devices Camera interface 8-bit, up to 80 MHz ADC 3x ADCs with 16-bit max. resolution (up to 36 channels, up to 3.6 MSPS) DAC 2x 12-bit DAC (1 MHz) USB-C Host / Device, DisplayPort out, High / Full Speed, Power delivery Downloads Datasheet Schematics Pinout

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  • Arduino Uno Mini (Limited Editie)

    Arduino Arduino Uno Mini (Limited Edition)

    Celebrating the Arduino Uno with a miniaturized limited edition The world's favorite development board has gone mini. Everything in this version of the Arduino Uno is unique. Black and gold, finishing, elegant design and packaging, all delivered to the highest standard. A little jewel to celebrate the Arduino community and what we’ve been doing together for all these years. Each item is unique and numbered on the PCB, and includes a hand-signed letter from the founders. It’s a limited edition, so get while it’s in stock! For serious Arduino Uno lovers Arduino Uno Mini Limited Edition is a collector’s item for serious Arduino Lovers: hobbyists, students, makers, reimaginers, dreamers, hopers, fans, engineers, designers, questioners, cake-makers, problem-solvers, puzzlers, gamers, debaters, developers, entrepreneurs, architects, future-shapers, musicians, scientists... 10 million projects based on (official) Uno boards that have contributed to this incredible story. Specifications The Arduino Uno Mini Limited Edition is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P. It has 14 digital inputs/outputs (six of which can be used as PWM outputs), six analog inputs, a 16 MHz ceramic resonator, a USB-C connector, and a reset button. Contains everything needed to support the microcontroller. Simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable, use a power adapter, or connect a battery to get started. Microcontroller ATmega328P USB connector USB-C Built-in LED Pins 13 Digital I/O Pins 14 Analog Input Pins 6 PWM Pins 6 UART Yes I²C Yes SPI Yes Circuit operating voltage 5 V Input Voltage (limit) 6-12 V Battery connector None DC current per I/O Pin 20 mA DC current for 3.3 V Pin 50 mA Main processor ATmega328P (16 MHz) USB-serial processor ATmega16U2 (16 MHz) Memory ATmega328P 2 KB SRAM, 32 KB Flash, 1 KB EEPROM Weight 8.05 g Dimensions 26.70 x 34.20 mm Downloads Datasheet

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  • Arduino Uno WiFi Rev2

    Arduino Arduino Uno WiFi Rev2

    Add this board to a device and you'll be able to connect it to a WiFi network, using its secure ECC608 crypto chip accelerator. The Arduino Uno WiFi is functionally the same as the Arduino Uno Rev3, but with the addition of WiFi / Bluetooth and some other enhancements. It incorporates the brand new ATmega4809 8-bit microcontroller from Microchip and has an onboard IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) LSM6DS3TR. The Wi-Fi Module is a self-contained SoC with an integrated TCP/IP protocol stack that can provide access to a Wi-Fi network, or act as an access point. The Arduino Uno WiFi Rev.2 has 14 digital input/output pins – 5 that can be used as PWM outputs – 6 analog inputs, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller. Simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with an AC adapter or battery to get started. Specifications Operating Voltage 5 V Input Voltage 7 V - 12 V Digital I/O 14 Analog Input Pins 6 Analog Input Pins 6 DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA DC Current for 3.3 V Pin 50 mA Flash Memory 48 KB SRAM 6.144 Bytes EEPROM 256 Bytes Clock Speed 16 MHz Radio Module u-blox NINA-W102 Secure Element ATECC608A Inertial Measurement Unit LSM6DS3TR LED_Builtin 25 Length 101.52 mm Width 53.3 mm Weight 37 g

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  • Arduino Uno SMD Rev3

    Arduino Arduino Uno Rev3 SMD

    The Uno differs from all preceding boards in that it does not use the FTDI USB-to-serial driver chip. Additional features coming with the R3 version are: ATmega16U2 instead of 8U2 as a USB-to-Serial converter. 1.0 pinout: added SDA and SCL pins for TWI communication placed near to the AREF pin and two other new pins placed near to the RESET pin, the IOREF that allow the shields to adapt to the voltage provided from the board and the second one is a not connected pin, that is reserved for future purposes. stronger RESET circuit. Microcontroller ATmega328P Operating Voltage 5 V Input Voltage 7 V - 12 V Digital I/O Pins 14 PWM Pins 6 Analog Input Pins 8 DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA DC Current for 3.3 V Pin 50 mA Flash Memory 32 KB (ATmega328P) of which 0.5 KB used by bootloader SRAM 2 KB EEPROM 1 KB Clock Speed 16 MHz LED_Builtin 13 Length 68.6 mm Width 53.4 mm Weight 25 g

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  • Arduino Ethernet Shield 2

    Arduino Arduino Ethernet Shield 2

    As always with Arduino, every element of the platform – hardware, software, and documentation – is freely available and open-source. This means you can learn exactly how it's made and use its design as the starting point for your own circuits. Hundreds of thousands of Arduino Boards are already fueling people’s creativity all over the world, every day. The Arduino Ethernet Shield 2 allows an Arduino Board to connect to the internet. It is based on the Wiznet W5500 Ethernet chip. The Wiznet W5500 provides a network (IP) stack capable of both TCP and UDP. It supports up to eight simultaneous socket connections. Use the Ethernet library to write sketches that connect to the Internet using the Shield. The Ethernet Shield 2 connects to an Arduino Board using long wire-wrap headers extending through the Shield. This keeps the pin layout intact and allows another Shield to be stacked on top of it. The most recent revision of the board exposes the 1.0 pinout on rev 3 of the Arduino UNO Board. The Ethernet Shield 2 has a standard RJ-45 connection, with an integrated line transformer and Power over Ethernet enabled. There is an onboard micro-SD card slot, which can be used to store files for serving over the network. It is compatible with the Arduino Uno and Mega (using the Ethernet library). The onboard micro-SD card reader is accessible through the SD Library. When working with this library, SS is on Pin 4. The original revision of the Shield contained a full-size SD card slot; this is not supported. The Shield also includes a reset controller, to ensure that the W5500 Ethernet module is properly reset on power-up. Previous revisions of the Shield were not compatible with the Mega and needed to be manually reset after power-up.

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  • Arduino Mega 2560 Rev3

    Arduino Arduino Mega 2560 Rev3

    It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with an AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. The Mega 2560 board is compatible with most shields designed for the Uno and the former boards Duemilanove or Diecimila. Operating Voltage 5 V Input Voltage 7 V - 12 V Digital I/O 54 Analog Input Pins 16 DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA DC Current for 3.3 V Pin 50 mA Flash Memory 256 KB of which 8 KB used by the bootloader SRAM 8 KB EEPROM 4 KB Clock Speed 16MHz LED_Builtin 13 Length 101.52 mm Width 53.3 mm Weight 37 g For more information, check out the Getting Started Guide from Arduino.

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  • Arduino Leonardo met headers

    Arduino Arduino Leonardo with Headers

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    The Leonardo differs from all preceding boards in that the ATmega32u4 has built-in USB communication, eliminating the need for a secondary processor. This allows the Leonardo to appear to a connected computer as a mouse and keyboard, in addition to a virtual (CDC) serial / COM port. Microcontroller ATMega4809 Operating Voltage 5 V Input Voltage 7 V - 12 V Analog Input Pins 12 PWM Pins 7 DC I/O Pin 20 DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA DC Current for 3.3 V Pin 50 mA Flash Memory 32 KB of which 4 KB used by the bootloader SRAM 2.5 KB EEPROM 1 KB Clock Speed 16 MHz Length 68.6 mm Width 53.3 mm Weight 20 g

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  • Arduino Micro with Headers

    Arduino Arduino Micro with Headers

    The Micro contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a micro USB cable to get started. It has a form factor that enables it to be easily placed on a breadboard. The Micro board is similar to the Arduino Leonardo in that the ATmega32U4 has built-in USB communication, eliminating the need for a secondary processor. This allows the Micro to appear to a connected computer as a mouse and keyboard, in addition to a virtual (CDC) serial / COM port. Microcontroller ATmega32U4 Operating Voltage 5 V Input Voltage 7 V - 12 V Analog Input Pins 12 PWM Pins 7 DC I/O Pin 20 DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA DC Current for 3.3 V Pin 50 mA Flash Memory 32 KB of which 4 KB used by the bootloader SRAM 2.5 KB EEPROM 1 KB Clock Speed 16 MHz LED_Builtin 13 Length 45 mm Width 18 mm Weight 13 g

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  • Arduino Portenta Vision Shield (Ethernet)

    Arduino Arduino Pro Portenta Vision Shield (Ethernet)

    Features 324x324 pixels camera sensor: use one of the cores in Portenta to run image recognition algorithms using the OpenMV for Arduino editor 100 Mbps Ethernet connector: get your Portenta H7 connected to the wired Internet 2 onboard microphones for directional sound detection: capture and analyse sound in real-time JTAG connector: perform low-level debugging of your Portenta board or special firmware updates using an external programmer SD-Card connector: store your captured data in the card, or read configuration files The Vision Shield has been designed to fit on top of the Arduino Portenta family. The Portenta boards feature multicore 32-bit ARM Cortex processors running at hundreds of megahertz, with megabytes of program memory and RAM. Portenta boards come with WiFi and Bluetooth. Embedded Computer Vision Made Easy Arduino has teamed up with OpenMV to offer you a free license to the OpenMV IDE, an easy way into computer vision using MicroPython as a programming paradigm. Download the OpenMV for Arduino Editor from our professional tutorials site and browse through the examples we have prepared for you inside the OpenMV IDE. Companies across the whole world are already building their commercial products based on this simple-yet-powerful approach to detect, filter, and classify images, QR codes, and others. Debugging With Professional Tools Connect your Portenta H7 to a professional debugger through the JTAG connector. Use professional software tools like the ones from Lauterbach or Segger on top of your board to debug your code step by step. The Vision Shield exposes the required pins for you to plug in your external JTAG. Camera Himax HM-01B0 camera module Resolution 320 x 320 active pixel resolution with support for QVGA Image sensor High sensitivity 3.6μ BrightSense pixel technology Microphone 2 x MP34DT05 Length 66 mm Width 25 mm Weight 11 gr For more information, check out the tutorials provided by Arduino here.

    € 69,95

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  •  -24% Arduino Studenten Kit

    Arduino Arduino Student Kit

    The Arduino Student Kit is a hands-on, step-by-step remote learning tool for ages 11+: get started with the basics of electronics, programming, and coding at home. No prior knowledge or experience is necessary as the kit guides you through step by step. Educators can teach their class remotely using the kits, and parents can use the kit as a homeschool tool for their child to learn at their own pace. Everyone will gain confidence in programming and electronics with guided lessons and open experimentation. Learn the basics of programming, coding and electronics including current, voltage, and digital logic. No prior knowledge or experience is necessary as the kit guides you through step by step. You’ll get all the hardware and software you need for one person, making it ideal to use for remote teaching, homeschooling, and for self-learning. There are step-by-step lessons, exercises, and for a complete and in-depth experience, there’s also extra content including invention spotlights, concepts, and interesting facts about electronics, technology, and programming. Lessons and projects can be paced according to individual abilities, allowing them to learn from home at their own level. The kit can also be integrated into different subjects such as physics, chemistry, and even history. In fact, there’s enough content for an entire semester. How educators can use the kit for remote teaching The online platform contains all the content you need to teach remotely: exclusive learning guidance content, tips for remote learning, nine 90-minute lessons, and two open-ended projects. Each lesson builds off the previous one, providing a further opportunity to apply the skills and concepts students have already learned. They also get a logbook to complete as they work through the lessons. The beginning of each lesson provides an overview, estimated completion times, and learning objectives. Throughout each lesson, there are tips and information that will help to make the learning experience easier. Key answers and extension ideas are also provided. How the kit helps parents homeschool their children This is your hands-on, step-by-step remote learning tool that will help your child learn the basics of programming, coding, and electronics at home. As a parent, you don’t need any prior knowledge or experience as you are guided through step-by-step. The kit is linked directly into the curriculum so you can be confident that your children are learning what they should be, and it provides the opportunity for them to become confident in programming and electronics. You’ll also be helping them learn vital skills such as critical thinking and problem-solving. Self-learning with the Arduino Student Kit Students can use this kit to teach themselves the basics of electronics, programming, and coding. As all the lessons follow step-by-step instructions, it’s easy for them to work their way through and learn on their own. They can work at their own pace, have fun with all the real-world projects, and increase their confidence as they go. They don’t need any previous knowledge as everything is clearly explained, coding is pre-written, and there’s a vocabulary of concepts to refer to. The Arduino Student Kit comes with several parts and components that will be used to build circuits while completing the lessons and projects throughout the course. Included in the kit Access code to exclusive online content including learning guidance notes, step-by-step lessons and extra materials such as resources, invention spotlights and a digital logbook with solutions. 1x Arduino Uno 1x USB cable 1x Board mounting base 1x Multimeter 1x 9 V battery snap 1x 9 V battery 20x LEDs (5x red, 5x green, 5x yellow & 5x blue ) 5x Resistors 560 Ω 5x Resistors 220 Ω 1x Breadboard 400 points 1x Resistor 1 kΩ 1x Resistor 10 kΩ 1x Small Servo motor 2x Potentiometers 10 kΩ 2x Knob potentiometers 2x Capacitors 100 uF Solid core jumper wires 5x Pushbuttons 1x Phototransistor 2x Resistors 4.7 kΩ 1x Jumper wire black 1x Jumper wire red 1x Temperature sensor 1x Piezo 1x Jumper wire female to male red 1x Jumper wire female to male black 3x Nuts and Bolts

    € 104,95€ 79,95

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  • GSM Antenna for Arduino MKR Boards

    Arduino GSM Antenna for Arduino MKR Boards

    This antenna works with Arduino MKR FOX 1200 / Ardunio MKR GSM 1400 / Arduino MKR WAN 1300 as well. Antenna connection: U.FL GSM 433/868/915 MHz

    € 7,95

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  • Arduino OPLA IoT Starter Kit

    Arduino Arduino OPLA IoT Starter Kit

    The Oplà IoT Kit allows you to add connectivity to devices around the home or workplace. It comes complete with a set of 8 Internet of Things self-assemble projects ready to show you how to turn everyday appliances into ‘smart appliances’ and build custom connected devices that can be controlled with your mobile phone. Remote Controlled Lights - change color, light modes and switch on/off via your mobile Personal Weather Station - record and monitor local weather conditions Home Security Alarm - Detect motions and trigger warnings Solar System Tracker - retrieve data from planets and moons in the Solar System Inventory Control - track goods in & out Smart Garden - monitor and control the environment for your plants Thermostat Control - smart control for heating and cooling systems Thinking About You - send messages between the Oplà and the Arduino IoT Cloud For more advanced users the kit provides them with the potential to create their own connected devices and IoT applications through the open programmable platform providing the ultimate control. The Oplà unit acts as the physical interface with the Arduino IoT Cloud providing you with total control at your fingertips via the Arduino IoT Remote app. Configure and manage all the settings via the Arduino IoT Cloud, with easy to create dashboards providing real-time readings from your smart devices around the home or workplace. Adjusting settings, switching devices on/off, watering plants, etc are all controllable on the go with the Arduino IoT Remote app or fully automate the set-up then sit back and enjoy! Included MKR IoT Carrier designed for this kit, including: Round OLED Display Five capacitive touch buttons On-board sensors (temperature, humidity, pressure, and light) Two 24 V relays SD card holder Plug and play connectors for different sensors RGBC, Gesture, and Proximity IMU 18650 Li-Ion rechargeable battery holder (battery not included) Five RGB LEDs Arduino MKR WiFi 1010 Plastic encasing Micro USB cable Moisture sensor PIR sensor Plug-and-play cables for all the sensors Applications Remote Controlled Lights Personal Weather Station Home Security Alarm Solar System Tracker Inventory Control Smart Garden Thermostat Control Thinking About You

    € 124,95

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  • Arduino Due met headers

    Arduino Arduino Due with Headers

    The board contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a micro-USB cable or power it with an AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. The Due is compatible with all Arduino shields that work at 3.3V and are compliant with the 1.0 Arduino pinout. The Due follows the 1.0 pinout: TWI: SDA and SCL pins that are near to the AREF pin. IOREF: allows an attached shield with the proper configuration to adapt to the voltage provided by the board. This enables shield compatibility with a 3.3V board like the Due and AVR-based boards which operate at 5V. An unconnected pin, reserved for future use. Operating Voltage 3.3 V Input Voltage 7 V - 12 V Digital I/O 54 Analog Input Pins 12 Analog Output Pins 2 (DAC) Total DC Output Current on all I/O Lines 130 mA DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA DC Current for 3.3 V Pin 800 mA DC Current for 5 V Pin 800 mA Flash Memory 512 KB all available for the user applications SRAM 96 KB Clock Speed 84 MHz Length 101.52 mm Width 53.3 mm Weight 36 g Please note: Unlike most Arduino boards, the Arduino Due board runs at 3.3V. The maximum voltage that the I/O pins can tolerate is 3.3V. Applying voltages higher than 3.3V to any I/O pin could damage the board.

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  • Arduino Sensor Kit Base

    Arduino Arduino Sensor Kit Base

    Grove is an open-source, modulated, and ready-to-use toolset and takes a building block approach to assemble electronics. This Kit includes a Base Shield to which the various Grove modules can be connected both individually, or together in various combinations to create fun and exciting projects. All of the modules use a Grove connector, which connects each of the components to a Base Shield in just a few seconds. The Base Shield can then be mounted onto an Arduino UNO board and can be programmed using the Arduino IDE. Instructions for connecting and programming the different modules are also included in this kit. This kit was elaborated in collaboration with Seeed Studio and provides the Arduino community with the opportunity to build projects with minimal effort of both wiring and coding. This kit acts as a bridge to the world of Grove and provides a flexible way for Makers to extend their projects to include other complex Grove modules. The Kit comes includes access to an online platform with all the instructions required to plug, sketch and play with the different Grove Modules. Please note: This kit does not include the Arduino Uno board. Included 1 Base Shield that is designed to fit on top of an Arduino UNO board. It comes equipped with 16 grove connectors, which, when placed on top of the UNO, provides the functionality to various pins. It includes: 7x digital connections 4x analog connections 4x I²C connections 1x UART connection 10 Grove modules included can be connected to the base shield, either through the digital, analog, or I2C connectors on the shield. Let's take a quick look at them: The LED - a simple LED that can be turned ON or OFF, or dimmed. The button - pushbutton can either be in a HIGH or LOW state. The potentiometer - a variable resistor that increases or decreases resistance when turning its knob. The buzzer - a piezo speaker that is used to produce binary sounds. The light sensor - a photoresistor that reads light intensity. The sound sensor - a tiny microphone that measures sound vibrations. The air pressure sensor - reads air pressure, using the I²C protocol. The temperature sensor - reads temperature and humidity at the same time. The accelerometer - a sensor used for orientation, used for detecting movement. The OLED screen - a screen that values or messages can be printed to. 6 Grove cables allow you to easily connect the modules to the Base Shield without any soldering required. The Arduino Sensor Kit Library is a wrapper that contains links to other libraries related to certain modules such as the accelerometer, air pressure sensor, temperature sensor, and OLED display. This library provides easy-to-use APIs that will help you build a clear mental model of the concepts you will be using.

    € 44,95

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  • Arduino Nano 33 IoT met Headers

    Arduino Arduino Nano 33 IoT with Headers

    The board's main processor is a low-power Arm® Cortex®-M0 32-bit SAMD21. The WiFi and Bluetooth® connectivity is performed with a module from u-blox, the NINA-W10, a low-power chipset operating in the 2.4GHz range. On top of that, secure communication is ensured through the Microchip® ECC608 crypto chip. Besides that, you can find a 6 axis IMU, which makes this board perfect for simple vibration alarm systems, pedometers, the relative positioning of robots, etc. WiFi and Arduino IoT Cloud You can get your board to connect to any kind of existing WiFi network, or use it to create your own Arduino Access Point. The specific set of examples we provide for the Nano 33 IoT can be consulted at the WiFiNINA library reference page. It is also possible to connect your board to different Cloud services, Arduino's own among others. Here are some examples of how to get the Arduino boards to connect to: Arduino's own IoT Cloud: Arduino's IoT Cloud is a simple and fast way to ensure secure communication for all of your connected Things. Check it out here. Blynk: a simple project from our community connecting to Blynk to operate your board from a phone with little code. IFTTT: see an in-depth case of building a smart plug connected to IFTTT. AWS IoT Core: we made this example on how to connect to Amazon Web Services. Azure: visit this GitHub repository explaining how to connect a temperature sensor to Azure's Cloud. Firebase: you want to connect to Google's Firebase, this Arduino library will show you how. Microcontroller SAMD21 Cortex®-M0+ 32bit low power ARM MCU Radio Module u-blox NINA-W102 Secure Element ATECC608A Operating Voltage 3.3 V Input Voltage 21 V Digital I/O Pins 14 PWM Pins 11 DC Current per I/O Pin 7 mA Analog Input Pins 8 Analog Output Pins 1 External Interrupts all digital pins UART 1 SPI 1 I2C 1 Flash Memory 256 KB SRAM 32 KB EEPROM none Clock Speed 48 MHz LED_Builtin 13 USB Native in the SAMD21 Processor IMU LSM6DS3 Length 45 mm Width 18 mm Weight 5 g

    € 32,95

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  • Arduino Starter Kit (Engels)

    Arduino Arduino Starter Kit (English)

    Quickly and easily get started with learning electronics using the Arduino Uno Starter Kit, which have a universal appeal to fans at home, businesses, and schools alike. No prior experience is required, as the kits introduce both coding and electronics through fun, engaging, and hands-on projects. You can use the starter kit to teach students about current, voltage, and digital logic as well as the fundamentals of programming. There’s an introduction to sensors and actuators and how to understand both digital and analog signals. Within all this, you’ll be teaching students how to think critically, learn collaboratively, and solve problems. Projects Book GET TO KNOW YOUR TOOLS an introduction to the basics SPACESHIP INTERFACE design the control panel for your starship LOVE-O-METER measure how hot-blooded you are COLOR MIXING LAMP produce any colour with a lamp that uses light as an input MOOD CUE clue people into how you're doing LIGHT THEREMIN create a musical instrument you play by waving your hands KEYBOARD INSTRUMENT play music and make some noise with this keyboard DIGITAL HOURGLASS a light-up hourglass that can stop you from working too much MOTORIZED PINWHEEL a coloured wheel that will make your head spin ZOETROPE create a mechanical animation you can play forward or reverse CRYSTAL BALL a mystical tour to answer all your tough questions KNOCK LOCK tap out the secret code to open the door TOUCHY-FEEL LAMP a lamp that responds to your touch TWEAK THE ARDUINO LOGO control your personal computer from your Arduino HACKING BUTTONS create a master control for all your devices! Included 1 Projects Book (170 pages) 1 Arduino Uno 1 USB cable 1 Breadboard 400 points 70 Solid core jumper wires 1 Easy-to-assemble wooden base 1 9 V battery snap 1 Stranded jumper wires (black) 1 Stranded jumper wires (red) 6 Phototransistor 3 Potentiometer 10 kΩ 10 Pushbuttons 1 Temperature sensor [TMP36] 1 Tilt sensor 1 alphanumeric LCD (16x2 characters) 1 LED (bright white) 1 LED (RGB) 8 LEDs (red) 8 LEDs (green) 8 LEDs (yellow) 3 LEDs (blue) 1 Small DC motor 6/9 V 1 Small servo motor 1 Piezo capsule 1 H-bridge motor driver 1 Optocouplers 2 Mosfet transistors 3 Capacitors 100 uF 5 Diodes 3 Transparent gels 1 Male pins strip (40x1) 20 Resistors 220 Ω 5 Resistors 560 Ω 5 Resistors 1 kΩ 5 Resistors 4.7 kΩ 20 Resistors 10 kΩ 5 Resistors 1 MΩ 5 Resistors 10 MΩ

    € 149,95

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  • Arduino MKR FOX 1200

    Arduino Arduino MKR FOX 1200

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    The Arduino MKR FOX 1200 combines SigFox connectivity with the functionality of the Arduino MKR Zero. It is the ideal solution for beginners wanting to design IoT projects with a low power device. The Arduino MKR FOX 1200 is based on the Atmel SAMD21 and an ATA8520 SigFox module. The intelligent design enables the ability to power the board using an external 5 V power supply or two 1.5 V AA or AAA batteries. Features 32-bit computational power Rich set of I/O interfaces Low power SigFox communication Automatic switch between the two sources These features make this board an excellent choice for IoT battery-powered projects in a compact form factor. The USB port can supply power (5 V) to the board. The Arduino MKR FOX 1200 can run with or without the batteries connected and has limited power consumption. Please note: Unlike most Arduino boards, the Arduino MKR FOX 1200 runs at 3.3 V. The maximum voltage the I/O pins can handle is 3.3 V. Applying voltages higher than 3.3 V to any I/O pin could damage the board. While output to 5 V digital devices is possible, bidirectional communication with 5 V devices needs proper level shifting. Specifications Microcontroller SAMD21 Cortex-M0+ 32bit low power ARM MCU Board Power Supply (USB/VIN) 5 V Circuit Operating Voltage 3.3 V PWM Pins 12 (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, A3 - or 18 -, A4 - or 19) Digital I/O Pins 8 UART 1 I²C 1 SPI 1 External Interrupts 8 (0, 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, A1 - or 16-, A2 - or 17) Analog Input Pins 7 (ADC 8 / 10 / 12 bit) Analog Output Pins 1 (DAC 10 bit) DC Current per I/O Pin 7 mA SRAM 32 KB Flash Memory 256 KB EEPROM No Clock Speed 32.768 kHz (RTC), 48 MHz LED_BUILTIN 6 Full-Speed USB Device and embedded Host LED_BUILTIN 6 Antenna power 2 dB Carrier frequency 868 MHz Working region EU Dimensions 7.64 x 25 mm Weight 32 g Antenna The Arduino MKR FOX 1200 requires a GSM antenna to be attached to the board with the micro UFL connector; please make sure that the antenna is compatible with the frequencies in the SigFox's range (868 Mhz). Please note: Do not attach the antenna to a metallic surface Batteries, Pins and board LEDs Battery capacity: The batteries must have a voltage of 1.5 V. Battery connector: To connect a battery pack (2x AA or AAA) to the Arduino MKR FOX 1200, use the screw terminal block. Polarity: On the silk in the bottom of the board, a positive pin is the closest to the USB connector VIN: This pin can power the board with a regulated 5 V source. If the power goes through this pin, the USB power source is disconnected. That is the only way to supply 5 V to the board, without using USB. 5 V: This pin outputs 5 V from the board when powered from the USB connector or the VIN pin. VCC: This pin outputs 3.3 V through the on-board voltage regulator. This voltage is 3.3 V if USB or VIN is used or equal the two batteries if they are used LED ON: The LED is connected to the 5 V input from either USB or VIN. It is not connected to the batteries. That results in the LED lighting up when the power comes from USB or VIN and staying off when the board is running on battery. That minimizes the waste of energy stored in the battery. Onboard LED: On Arduino MKR FOX 1200, the built-in LED is connected to D6 and not D13 as on the other boards. Blink example or other sketches that uses pin 13 for onboard LED may need to be changed to work properly.

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What is Arduino? Why do you need an Arduino board? What are the benefits?

Arduino boards are equipped with a microcontroller, which is easy to program. The pins of this microcontroller (for example, digital inputs and outputs, and analog inputs) are connected to headers, to which you can connect other electronics without soldering. Connect buttons, potentiometers, LEDs, sensors, motors, displays and many other components and modules to quickly and easily create a prototype of the project you have in mind!

The software for the microcontroller can be developed with a program on your PC, the so-called IDE (integrated development environment). Even for beginners, the IDE is easy to understand, and so are the commands you can use to control your inputs and outputs. For many sensors and other accessories, there are powerful software libraries and samples you can use. Just connect your Arduino board to the PC via USB, write your commands, compile and send your software to the board with one click of the mouse, and see what happens. In short, it has never been easier to create a microcontroller project that includes hardware and software!

The first Arduino boards were developed around 2005 by a group of programming enthusiasts who needed cheap and simple boards for educational purposes. Because programming it was so easy, Arduino became very popular among artists and makers. In the years that followed, more and more boards were developed, some with fairly cheap 8-bit microcontrollers, others with more powerful models, and with different functions on the board such as WiFi or an Ethernet interface. In addition, a very large number of add-on boards, called shields, were developed to expand the functionality.

Arduino boards and the Arduino IDE are often used by Elektor Lab and external authors of Elektor articles and books, for a microcontroller project, or for educational purposes.

What do we offer (our range)?

In addition to many of the currently available Arduino boards Elektor offers official Arduino accessories and a selection of special and tested products from third parties, such as shields (add-on boards) and accessories. We also sell kits and bundles, for example Arduino boards in combination with a book.

Buying an Arduino board: what can you do with it?

What makes Arduino boards so special? These boards are cheap, compact and energy-saving, there are even robust variants for industrial purposes. The boards are very versatile, and there are a huge amount of shields (add-on boards) and modules to expand the functions. All connections can be made without soldering. Programming the Arduino program (called sketch) is very simple, there are many libraries and examples and quite good documentation. Projects such as weather stations, CO2 sensors, simple robots, audio players and much more are easy to implement.

Which accessories are available? What are they used for? What can you do with it?

Buying an Arduino board is just the first step. There are many shields (add-on boards, for example for motor control and lighting) and expansion modules (for example sensors) to expand the functions. Displays, power supplies, housings, cables, ... a wide variety of user-friendly accessories are available. In addition, there are many books about Arduino.

Why should you buy an Arduino from Elektor?

Elektor is an authorized distributor of Arduino. We purchase Arduino directly from the manufacturer in Italy and not through distribution channels.

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