OSEPP NANO BOARD ATMEGA328P MICROCONTROLLER BASED
Part No: NAN-01
Manufacturer: OSEPP ELECTRONICS LIMITED
Stock No: 1811-RB1
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The OSEPP Nano is a breadboard-friendly, downsized version of the Uno board with much of the same functionality.
The main workhorse is still the ATmega328P; however, the number of analog pins has gone up from four to eight. The other difference is the lack of a DC power connector.
- 8-bit AVR RISC-based microcontroller running at 16 MHz
Single mini-USB connector for both power and serial communication
Form factor is breadboard friendly
Less than 1/3 the size of the OSEPP Uno
Two extra analog input pins compared to the OSEPP Uno
- Compatible with existing Arduino software libraries
The ATmega328P comes with the Arduino bootloader preloaded.
- There are
ICSP (In-Circuit Serial Programming) pinouts for the ATmega328 that can
be used in conjunction with a header (sold separately) to optionally
replace the bootloader.
- The input or output pins can easily be brought out by soldering 0.100in
headers to the pads. The board was designed to easily fit breadboards
with the headers soldered on.
- Microcontroller ATmega328P
- Clock Speed 16 MHz
- Flash Memory 32 KB
- SRAM 2 KB
EEPROM 1 KB
- Operating Voltage 5V
- Input Voltage 6-12 V
- Digital I/O Pin Count 14 (including 6 for PWM output)
- Analog Input Pin Count 8
- Other Connections Mini-USB
Serial communication (requires header)
- ICSP (requires header)
- Dimensions 1.73 x 0.71 x 0.31 inches (44.0 x 18.0 x 8.0 mm)
- Power Source Mini-USB
Uploading Your First Sketch
- Get the Arduino software if you have not already
- Download from http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software
- Unzip the zip file to somewhere like C:\ (on Windows), so you will end up with a folder like C:\arduino-0022
- Prepare for serial communication
- Connect the USB-B end of the cable into the board
- Connect the other end of the cable into a USB port on your PC/Mac
- If your computer prompts for drivers, point it to the “drivers\FTDI
USB Drivers” subfolder of the Arduino software, e.g.
“C:\arduino-0022\drivers\FTDI USB Drivers”
- You should now see the LED labeled ON near the reset button light up
- Load the sketch
- Open the Arduino software
- Open the LED blink sketch: File menu > Examples > Basics > Blink
- Select the Arduino Nano: Tools > Board > Arduino Nano
- Select the serial port: Tools > Serial Port. This is the serial
port for the board’s built-in FTDI. If you do not know which one this
is, you can find out by going into Device Manager > Ports (COM &
LPT), and look for a “USB Serial Port (COMx)”
- Upload the sketch: File > Upload to I/O Board
- Wait for the “Done uploading” message in the bottom blue status bar
- The LED labeled L near pin 13 should now blink slowly
- Congratulations! You have successfully uploaded your first sketch to your board.
( Shipping Weight: 20 Grams )