Arduino Uno Kits
EE102: Intro to Arduino

Arduino Uno Kits

Microcontroller

The Arduino Uno is an open-source microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P microcontroller. It was designed to operate custom circuits built by users. Microcontrollers such as the Uno are common for robotics and electronics applications, such as drones and other automata, but are proving themselves to be invaluable in more and more aspects of daily life.


Arduino is a company that prides itself on being open-source and easy-to-use. Hobbyist groups around the internet offer code shells, hardware tutorials, and more to help aspiring creators realize their dreams. The boards themselves are modular, meaning that circuits can be assembled and disassembled easily without a need for soldering or machining. They're very capable, too - the Uno can control everything from TVs to robots. We love how simple and accessible the Arduino Uno kits are, and we're sure you will too.

Type: ATmega328P microcontroller

Input Voltage: 7-12V

Input/Output Pins: 14 digital I/O (6 have PWM output), 6 analog input, 6 PWM digital I/O

Flash Memory: 32KB (0.5KB used by bootloader)

Clock Speed: 16 MHz

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