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Kingduino Nano V3.0 Conseil Microcontroller

Kingduino Nano V3.0 Conseil Microcontroller

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L'Arduino Nano est une petite, complète et breadboard-friendly pension sur la base du ATmega328. Il a plus ou moins la même fonctionnalité de l'Arduino Duemilanove, mais dans un emballage différent. Il manque seulement une prise de courant continu, et fonctionne avec un câble USB Mini-B au lieu d'un standard.

Le Nano 3.0 dispose d'un certain nombre de moyens pour communiquer avec un ordinateur, un autre Arduino, ou d'autres microcontrôleurs. Le ATmega328 fournit UART TTL (5V) communication série, qui est disponible sur les broches numériques 0 (RX) et 1 (TX). Un FTDI FT232RL sur les chaînes du conseil d'administration de cette communication série sur USB et les pilotes FTDI (inclus avec le logiciel Arduino) fournit un port COM virtuel pour le logiciel sur l'ordinateur. Le logiciel Arduino comprend un moniteur de série qui permet aux données textuelles simples pour être envoyés vers et depuis la carte Arduino. Les voyants RX et TX sur la carte clignote lorsque des données sont transmises via la puce et la connexion USB FTDI à l'ordinateur (mais pas pour la communication série sur les broches 0 et 1).


* Note: Ce ne sont pas un produit original de marque Arduino, il est fabriqué avec les mêmes composants et fonctionnalités par un autre fabricant.


Spécifications:
Microcontroller: ATmega328
Tension de fonctionnement (niveau logique): 5V
Tension d'entrée (recommandé): 7-12
Tension d' entrée (limites): 6-20V
Digital I / O Pins: 14 (dont 6 fournissent la sortie PWM)
Pins d'entrée analogique: 8
DC Courant par I O Pin /: 40mA
Mémoire flash: 32KB (ATmega328) dont 2 KB utilisé par bootloader
SRAM: 2KB (ATmega328)
EEPROM: 1KB (ATmega328)
Vitesse d'horloge: 16 MHz
Dimensions: 43 x 18 x 19mm
Poids: 6g

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  • Poids 17.0000
  • Longueur 118.00
  • Largeur 15.00
  • la taille 65.00
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Seems to have counterfeit FTDI chips. Bought two, began receiving this error after an update:

stk500_getsync(): not in sync: resp=0x00

After a lot of research, I found that downgrading the driver works, and that it is due to a counterfeit FTDI chip on the board. now I see there is a Windows 8 upgrade that may make this impossible.

If it weren't for this, I'd have rated them 5 stars all across the board.

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Seems to have counterfeit FTDI chips. Bought two, began receiving this error after an update:

stk500_getsync(): not in sync: resp=0x00

After a lot of research, I found that downgrading the driver works, and that it is due to a counterfeit FTDI chip on the board. now I see there is a Windows 8 upgrade that may make this impossible.

If it weren't for this, I'd have rated them 5 stars all across the board.

Bought just one to trial as I've been a PIC assembler programmer for decades and wanted to check out the Arduino and its IDE. Had some problems, to cut a long story short the Nano A0 pin had a dry joint and would intermittently disconnect from the A0 header-pin and instead it would pick up the voltage from the adjacent A1 pin. Used it successfully by leaving A0 disconnected and using other pins instead. Not a brilliant first impression of Arduinos.
Cheers
Phil

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Bought just one to trial as I've been a PIC assembler programmer for decades and wanted to check out the Arduino and its IDE. Had some problems, to cut a long story short the Nano A0 pin had a dry joint and would intermittently disconnect from the A0 header-pin and instead it would pick up the voltage from the adjacent A1 pin. Used it successfully by leaving A0 disconnected and using other pins instead. Not a brilliant first impression of Arduinos.
Cheers
Phil

I bought one to evaluate. On arrival I found it has an intermittent connection from A0 to the header pin, when it happens to be disconnected it picks up the voltage on A1 instead.
Otherwise functions ok, no problems connecting to Windows 8, but don't think I'll buy any more from here. Phil_G.
www.singlechannel.co.uk

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I bought one to evaluate. On arrival I found it has an intermittent connection from A0 to the header pin, when it happens to be disconnected it picks up the voltage on A1 instead.
Otherwise functions ok, no problems connecting to Windows 8, but don't think I'll buy any more from here. Phil_G.
www.singlechannel.co.uk

perfeito para pequenos projetos...

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perfeito para pequenos projetos...

Okay - but to expensive. You will get cheaper ones at the www - roundabout 1,30 $ less........

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Okay - but to expensive. You will get cheaper ones at the www - roundabout 1,30 $ less........

I feel sorry to buy this item as I spent one full day to try to upload sample sketch but I failed to at least communicate with it. I advise you not to buy it.

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I feel sorry to buy this item as I spent one full day to try to upload sample sketch but I failed to at least communicate with it. I advise you not to buy it.

works very well, I like the small size and the reset button, the price is just right, I have Arduino uno R3 units, but they are a bit big to put on a RC craft, so I use the UNO to write my program and work out the bugs, then send the finished program to the little nano, connect my wires and off we go! if the pins are in the way, I unsolder them and use 90 deg pins so I can mount the nano flat, try to keep it away from the RX, the clock on the nano may cause noise problems for the RX.

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works very well, I like the small size and the reset button, the price is just right, I have Arduino uno R3 units, but they are a bit big to put on a RC craft, so I use the UNO to write my program and work out the bugs, then send the finished program to the little nano, connect my wires and off we go! if the pins are in the way, I unsolder them and use 90 deg pins so I can mount the nano flat, try to keep it away from the RX, the clock on the nano may cause noise problems for the RX.

The nano. Arduino for the s,all hearted

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The nano. Arduino for the s,all hearted

First of all, I am not a huge Arduino fan because I think most boards in the family are overpriced for the performance. The one plus about the Arduino family is the good software library support. Having said that, the main reason I got my 4 Arduino Nanos is because the HK price finally makes it a great value, especially since I can get them from the US warehouse. The quality of these clones is great. Only caveat is that you may have to try re-connecting to USB several times before computer recognizes it, but I believe that's true of genuine Nanos too. I'll have to find a shorter cable and see if that improves things. Once it does connect, you can use the Arduino dev IDE w/o problems.

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First of all, I am not a huge Arduino fan because I think most boards in the family are overpriced for the performance. The one plus about the Arduino family is the good software library support. Having said that, the main reason I got my 4 Arduino Nanos is because the HK price finally makes it a great value, especially since I can get them from the US warehouse. The quality of these clones is great. Only caveat is that you may have to try re-connecting to USB several times before computer recognizes it, but I believe that's true of genuine Nanos too. I'll have to find a shorter cable and see if that improves things. Once it does connect, you can use the Arduino dev IDE w/o problems.

I do not know if it was working before but it is always a good idea to burn the boot loader to Arduino if there are any problems. I am not sure if just a USB connection will burn it because I used an usbasp programming stick instead.

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I do not know if it was working before but it is always a good idea to burn the boot loader to Arduino if there are any problems. I am not sure if just a USB connection will burn it because I used an usbasp programming stick instead.

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