DipDuino: a Arduino compatible in 0.3in DIP form #Arduino
DipDuino is a Arduino in 0.3in DIP form. It uses an Atmega328P and an onboard CP2104 to program itself . It comes pre-programmed with an Arduino compatible bootloader. DipDuino may act as a Arduino Pro or Pro Mini.
The DipDuino is a FULL ARDUINO (Minus the A6 & A7 pins). Comes in 5v and 3.3v versions. There is a RGB LED onboard to show the status of Power and UART Transmissions. Green for Power and RED/Blue for Rx/Tx.
Comes with a Reset button on board as well and a LDO for 3.3v Versions.
It’s tiny! The width is 0.37in [9.3mm] & 0.3in [7.62mm] pin width, and the length is 1.82in [46.26mm].
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