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Arduino Uno R3 SMD Board

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  • Compact Design: SMD (Surface Mount Device) version of the Arduino UNO R3, offering the same functionality in a smaller form factor.
  • ATmega328P Microcontroller: Powered by the ATmega328P clocked at 16MHz for robust performance.
  • Versatile I/O: Features 14 digital I/O pins and 6 analog input pins for interfacing with various sensors and devices.
  • USB Connectivity: Equipped with a USB interface for easy connection to a computer for programming and power.
  • Reset Button: Includes a reset button for restarting the program or resetting the microcontroller.
  • ICSP Header: Provides an In-Circuit Serial Programming header for direct programming with an external programmer.
  • Compatible with Shields: Fully compatible with most Arduino shields for easy expansion and customization of projects.
  • Open-Source Platform: Built on the Arduino open-source platform with access to a vast library of community-contributed resources.

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Product Overview

The Arduino UNO R3 SMD Board is a compact and versatile microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P. It is the SMD (Surface Mount Device) version of the popular Arduino UNO R3 board, offering the same features and functionality in a smaller form factor. Designed for beginners and advanced users alike, this board is perfect for prototyping, experimenting, and creating a wide range of electronics projects.

Key Features

  1. ATmega328P Microcontroller: Powered by the ATmega328P microcontroller clocked at 16MHz, providing sufficient processing power for most projects.
  2. Flash Memory: Offers 32KB of Flash memory, of which 0.5KB is used by the bootloader, allowing for storage of code and data.
  3. SRAM and EEPROM: Includes 2KB of SRAM and 1KB of EEPROM for storing variables and non-volatile data.
  4. Digital and Analog I/O: Equipped with 14 digital I/O pins (6 of which support PWM output) and 6 analog input pins for interfacing with sensors, actuators, and other external devices.
  5. USB Interface: Features a USB interface for easy connection to a computer for programming and power supply. It uses the standard USB Type-B connector.
  6. Reset Button: Includes a reset button for resetting the microcontroller or restarting the program.
  7. ICSP Header: Provides an In-Circuit Serial Programming (ICSP) header for direct programming of the microcontroller with an external programmer.
  8. Compatible with Shields: Fully compatible with most Arduino shields, allowing for easy expansion and customization of projects.
  9. Open-Source Platform: Built on the Arduino open-source platform, which provides access to a vast library of community-contributed code and resources.

Specifications

  • Microcontroller: ATmega328P
  • Operating Voltage: 5V
  • Input Voltage (recommended): 7-12V
  • Digital I/O Pins: 14 (of which 6 provide PWM output)
  • Analog Input Pins: 6
  • Flash Memory: 32KB (0.5KB used by bootloader)
  • SRAM: 2KB
  • EEPROM: 1KB
  • Clock Speed: 16MHz
  • USB Interface: Type-B
  • Dimensions: 68.6mm x 53.4mm
  • Weight: Approximately 25 grams

Applications

  1. Education: Ideal for teaching electronics, programming, and microcontroller concepts in classrooms and workshops.
  2. Prototyping: Perfect for quickly prototyping and testing electronic circuits and systems before finalizing designs.
  3. DIY Projects: Suitable for hobbyists and DIY enthusiasts interested in building custom electronic gadgets, robots, and interactive art installations.
  4. Automation: Used in home automation and IoT (Internet of Things) projects for controlling lights, appliances, and sensors.
  5. Research and Development: Valuable tool for researchers and engineers conducting experiments and developing new technologies.

Usage Instructions

  1. Connect to Computer: Use a USB Type-B cable to connect the Arduino UNO R3 SMD Board to your computer.
  2. Install Arduino IDE: Download and install the Arduino Integrated Development Environment (IDE) from the official Arduino website.
  3. Select Board: Open the Arduino IDE, go to ‘Tools’ -> ‘Board’, and select ‘Arduino/Genuino UNO’ from the list of available boards.
  4. Select Port: Go to ‘Tools’ -> ‘Port’ and select the appropriate COM port for your Arduino board.
  5. Write Code: Write or open a sketch (program) in the Arduino IDE.
  6. Upload Code: Click the ‘Upload’ button in the Arduino IDE to compile and upload the sketch to the Arduino board.
  7. Monitor Serial Output: Use the serial monitor in the Arduino IDE to view messages and debug your code.

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The Arduino UNO R3 SMD Board offers versatility, reliability, and ease of use for all your electronics projects. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced maker, this board is the perfect choice for bringing your ideas to life.

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