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Product Description

YourDuinoRoboRED    DETAILS HERE    COMPARE RoboRED AND UNO HERE

Upgraded Arduino UNO Compatible: with ATMEGA328 Processor. Advanced Power capability, 3-pin connectors for all I/O.

 

NOTE: Set the BOARD in your Arduino IDE to ArduinoUNO with ATMEGA328 Processor.

This Arduino-Compatible Controller is  useful for Robots and many other Arduino projects. Here are some of it’s features:

  • Logically and software equivalent to the Arduino UNO, with many important improvements
  • ALL Digital and Analog I/O pins are provided on 3-pin connectors so you have Ground-Voltage-Signal pins together for Every signal.
  • PWM: 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, and 11. Same as Arduino UNO. Provide 8-bit PWM output with the analogWrite() function
  • Dual operating Voltages: The processor chip can be run at 5.0 or 3.3 V by flipping a small switch.  This can accomodate newer peripheral chips that can only operate at 3.3V signal levels.  
  • Advanced Power for your designs with new onboard 5.0V and 3.3V power supplies.
  • Earlier Arduino versions had only 50 mA of current available at 3.3V but now RoboRED provides up to 500 mA at 3.3V
  • An advanced 5.0V switch-mode power supply onboard the RoboRED provides MUCH more 5V power than the original: up to 2 Amps (2000 mA) to power many servos or powerful LEDs, etc. And the Input Voltage rating is higher at 7-23V. (EXTERNAL POWER OF 9 to 20V REQUIRED FOR 2A CURRENT).
  • Repositioned LEDs and Reset button closer to board edges.
  • New 4-pin communications pin groups for Serial: (Receive/Transmit/Voltage/Ground) and I2C (Ground/Voltage/SDA/SCL) make it easy to connect to devices such as LCD displays, GPS, RealTime Clock, etc.
  • Better Analog noise levels: Careful layout of Analog input circuits reduces interference from I2C signals on A4 and A5.

See the larger photo: (Click above) Then hover over upper right to go to more images that show how easy it is to securely connect many devices to YourDuinoRoboRED

See our Cable How-To HERE.

NOTE: Color of pin connectors may vary depending on production batch.

USER HINT:

  • In Arduino IDE Select TOOLS>BOARD > UNO with ATmega328
  • In Arduino IDE Select TOOLS>SERIAL PORT > (Your correct Serial Port)