Arduino Nano (Clone)
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The Arduino Nano (Clone) with FTDI is a compact and versatile microcontroller board that resembles the official Arduino Nano but is typically produced by third-party manufacturers. This clone version includes an FTDI (Future Technology Devices International) USB-to-Serial converter chip, allowing it to be programmed and communicated with via USB. It is compatible with the Arduino IDE, making it a convenient choice for a wide range of embedded projects, from simple prototypes to more complex applications.
Specificatoins of Arduino Nano (Clone):
- Microcontroller: ATMega328P
- Architecture: AVR
- Operating Voltage: 5 V
- DC Current per I/O Pins: 40 mA (I/O Pins)
- Power Consumption: 19 mA
- USB-to-Serial Converter: FT232RL chip.
- Input Voltage: Accepts a voltage range of 7-12V when powered via the VIN pin or 5V when powered via the USB port.
- Digital Pins: Offers 14 digital input/output pins, each of which can be used for digital input or output and supports PWM (Pulse Width Modulation).
- PWM Output: 6
- Analog Pins: Provides 8 analog input pins for reading analog sensor values.
- UART, I2C, and SPI: Includes UART (Serial), I2C, and SPI communication interfaces, expanding its connectivity options.
- Flash Memory: Features 32KB of flash memory, of which 2KB is used for the bootloader.
- SRAM: Contains 2KB of SRAM for variable storage during program execution.
- EEPROM: Includes 1KB of EEPROM for non-volatile data storage.
- Clock Speed: Operates at a clock speed of 16 MHz for rapid program execution.
- Dimensions: 18.5mm x 45mm.
- Integrated Components: Include built-in components such as LEDs, reset button, and voltage regulator for ease of use.
- Compatibility: Compatible with the Arduino IDE, allowing you to program it using Arduino sketches and libraries.
- Please note that the exact specifications may vary slightly between different clone manufacturers, so it's advisable to refer to the specific datasheet or product documentation provided by the manufacturer when working with a particular Arduino Nano clone.
Features of Arduino Nano (Clone):
- USB Connectivity: The FTDI chip enables easy USB communication with the microcontroller, simplifying programming and data transfer.
- Arduino Compatibility: It can be programmed using the Arduino IDE and is compatible with a wide range of Arduino libraries and shields.
- Compact Size: The Nano's small size makes it suitable for projects with space constraints or those requiring a compact form factor.
- Usage Tip:
- When using a clone or third-party Arduino Nano, ensure that you have the necessary drivers for the FTDI chip installed on your computer, as they may differ from official Arduino boards. Additionally, check the voltage variant (5V or 3.3V) to match your project's requirements.
- Be cautious when purchasing clone or third-party Arduino boards, as their quality and compatibility may vary. Ensure that the board you select meets your project's specifications and quality standards