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Nota: Los diseños y esquemas de Arduino se distribuyen bajo licencia Creative Commons [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ | Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5]]. Mira [[Main/Policy | ¿Quieres hacer un Arduino?]] para indicaciones en producir tu propio hardware.
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Nota: Los diseños y esquemas de Arduino se distribuyen bajo licencia Creative Commons [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ | Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5]]. Mira [[Main/Policy | ¿Quieres hacer un Arduino?]] para indicaciones sobre como producir tu propio hardware.
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. La anterior Diecimila, y las primeras unidades de Duemilanove usaban el Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), mientras que las placas mas antiguas usan el ATmega8 [http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). El Arduino Mega esta basado en el ATmega1280 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2549.pdf | datasheet]]).
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. La anterior Diecimila, y las primeras unidades de Duemilanove usaban el Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), mientras que las placas mas antiguas usan el ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). El Arduino Mega esta basado en el ATmega1280 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2549.pdf | datasheet]]).
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Existen multitud versiones de la placa Arduino. La versión básica actual, "Duemilanove",usa un microcontrolador Atmel ATMega 328([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc8161.pdf | datasheet]]). La versión anterior,"Diecimila", y la primera versión, "Duemilanoves", usaban el microcontrolador Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), mientras que las primeras versiones de la placa, usaban ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). La version "Mega" utiliza un ATmega1280([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2549.pdf | datasheet]]).

Nota: Los diseños estan bajo licencia Creative Commons [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ | Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5]]. Visita [[Main/Policy | Quieres hacer un Arduino?]] para más información y guias de cómo producir tu propio hardware.

!!!I/O Boards

* Duemilanove - Última versión de la placa básica Arduino USB. Se conecta al ordenador mediante un cable estardar USB y contiene todo lo necesario para programar y usar la placa. Puedes ampliar con variedad de "shields": placas a medida para ampliar requisitos específicos hardware. [[ArduinoBoardDuemilanove | detalles]]

* Diecimila - Versión anterior de la placa básica Arduino USB.[[ArduinoBoardDiecimila | detalles]]

* Nano - Versión compacta diseñada para uso en protoboards.Nano se conecta al ordenador usando un cable USB Mini-B. [[ArduinoBoardNano | detalles]]

* Mega - Versión más potente y grande, compatible con shields de Duemilanove y Diecimila. [[ArduinoBoardMega | detalles]]

* Bluetooth - Versión que incluye un módulo bluetooth que permite la comunicación wireless y programación de la placa. Es compatible con las shields de Arduino. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | detalles]]

* LilyPad - Versión diseñada para ser cosida en ropa, telas o aplicaciones flexibles. [[ArduinoBoardLilyPad | detalles]]

* Fio - Versión diseñada para aplicaciones wireless. Incluye un socket para incluir una radio XBee, un conector para una bateria LiPo, y un circuito para la carga de la misma. [[ArduinoBoardFio | detalles]]

* Mini - Versión más pequeña de las placas Arduino. Funciona para aplicaciones de placa de prototipos ó en aquellas que el espacio es primordial. Se conecta al ordenador mediante un adaptador Mini USB. [[ArduinoBoardMini | detalles]]

* Mini USB Adapter - Esta placa convierte una conexión USB a serie RS232 con las siguientes lineas: 5 voltios, GND, TX y RX, las cuales puedes conectar a tu Arduino Mini u otros microcontroladores. [[MiniUSB | detalles]]

* Pro - Versión diseñado para usuarios avanzados, cuyo objetivo es una aplicación final embebida: es más barata que la versión Diecimila y fácil de alimentar con una bateria, pero requiere componentes adicionales y ensamblado. [[ArduinoBoardPro | detalles]]

* Pro Mini - Versión similar a la versión Pro, diseñada para usuarios avanzados, que requieren un sistema de bajo coste, tamaño compacto y dispuestos a realizar un trabajo extra hardware. [[ArduinoBoardProMini | detalles]]

* Serial - Versión básica que usa un interfaz RS232 para la comunicación y/o programación. Esta placa es fácil de montar, incluso recomendable como ejercicio de aprendizaje. [[ArduinoBoardSerial | detalles]] (incluye Esquemáticos y archivos CAD)

* Serial Single Sided - Versión diseñada para ser grabada y montada a mano. Es algo mayor que Dicimila, pero compatible con las shields. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3 | details]]

!!!¿Buscando versiones antiguas?

El [[placas | listado hardware]] de todas las placas Arduino y las diferencias entre ellas.
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Hay multitud de diferentes versiones de placas Arduino. La actual placa básica, el Duemilanove, usa Atmel ATmega328 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc8161.pdf | datasheet]])
. La anterior Diecimila, y las primeras unidades de Duemilanove usaban el Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), mientras que las placas mas antiguas usan el ATmega8 [http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). El Arduino Mega esta basado en el ATmega1280 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2549.pdf | datasheet]]).

Nota: Los diseños y esquemas de Arduino se distribuyen bajo licencia Creative Commons [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ | Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5]]. Mira [[Main/Policy | ¿Quieres hacer un Arduino?]] para indicaciones en producir tu propio hardware.

!!!Placas de E/S

* Duemilanove - Esta es la ultima revisión de la placa Arduino USB básica. Se conecta al ordenador con un cable USB estándar y contiene todo lo necesario para programar la placa. Se puede ampliar con gran variedad de shields: placas de extensión con funcionalidades especificas. [[ArduinoBoardDuemilanove | Mas info]].

* Diecimila - Esta es la revisión anterior de la placa USB básica. [[ArduinoBoardDiecimila | Mas Info]]

* Nano - Una placa compacta diseñada para usar directamente en placas de desarrollo, el Nano se conecta al ordenador con un cable Mini-B USB. [[ArduinoBoardNano | Mas Info]]

* Mega - Mas grande y potente placa Arduino, compatible con los shields de Duemilanove y Diecimila. [[ArduinoBoardMega |Mas Info]]

* Bluetooth - El Arduino BT contiene un modulo bluetooth que permite comunicarse y programarse sin cables. Es compatible con los shields de Arduino. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | Mas Info]]

* LilyPad - Diseñado para aplicaciones sobre prendas, esta placa puede ser cosida a la ropa y es de color purpura y con un diseño con estilo. [[ArduinoBoardLilyPad | Mas Info]]

* Fio - Diseñada para aplicaciones inalámbricas. Incluye un zócalo para XBee, un conector para baterías LiPo y electrónica para cargar baterías. [[ArduinoBoardFio | Mas Info]]

* Mini - La placa Arduino mas pequeña. Funciona perfectamente en una placa de desarrollo o en aplicaciones donde el espacio es primordial. Se conecta al ordenador usando el adaptador Mini USB. [[ArduinoBoardMini | Mas Info]]

* Adaptador Mini USB - Esta placa convierte una conexión USB en 5 voltios , toma tierra, lineas TX y RX que puedes conectar al Arduino Mini o a otro micro controlador. [[MiniUSB | Mas Info]]

* Pro - Esta placa esta diseñada para aquellos que quien dejar la placa incrustada en el proyecto: es mas barata que la Diecimila y se puede alimentar fácilmente con baterías. pero requiere de componentes extra y montaje. [[ArduinoBoardPro | Mas Info]]

* Pro Mini - Como la Pro, la Pro Mini esta diseñada para usuarios avanzados que requieren de bajo coste, menor tamaño y dispuestos a un poco de trabajo extra. [[ArduinoBoardProMini | Mas Info]]

* Serial - Placa básica que utiliza una interfaz RS232 como comunicación con el ordenador para programar o intercambiar datos. Esta placa es fácil de montar incluso como ejercicio didáctico. [[ArduinoBoardSerial | Mas Info]]

* Serial a una cara (Single Sided) - Esta placa esta diseñada para ser trazada y montada a mano. es un poco mas grande que la Diecimila, pero compatible con los shields. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3 | Mas Info]]

!!!Buscas una placa mas antigua?

El [[Boards | índice de hardware ]] lista todas las placas Arduino realizadas y las diferencias entre ellas.
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[[Arduino Shields | Shields]] son placas montadas sobre Arduino y que extienden la funcionabilidad de la misma para controlar diferentes dispositivos, adquirir datos,etc.

* Xbee Shield - Permite comunicar de forma inalámbrica diferentes placas Arduino a distancias hasta 30 metros (interiores) y hasta 90 metros(exteriores) usando el módulo Maxstream Xbee Zigbee. [[ArduinoXbeeShield | detalles]]

* Motor Shield - Permite controlar a una placa Arduino un motor CC y leer encoders. [[ArduinoMotorShield | detalles]]

* Ethernet Shield - Permite conectar a una placa Arduino con internet. [[ArduinoEthernetShield | detalles]]

!!!Third-Party Hardware recomendado

Productos de otros que nosotros hemos probado y referenciado; compatible con el software Arduino.

* [[http://www.ladyada.net/make/boarduino/ | Boarduino]] de Adafruit Industries. Para uso en placas de prototipos usando el conversor USB-a-TTL-Serie de FTDI u otros adaptadores de USB-a-serie. Disponible como PCB o kit.

!!!Otros Hardware relacionados

También puedes visitar [[http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Main/SimilarBoards | listado hardware]] en el playground.
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Los [[Arduino Shields | Shields]] son placas que se colocan encima de la placa Arduino y que amplían una nueva función para que sea controlada desde Arduino, para controlar diferentes aparatos, adquirir datos, etc.

* Shield Xbee - Este shield permite conectar inalámbricamente varios Arduino a distancias de 100 pies en edificios y 300 pies en el exterior usando el módulo Maxstream Xbee Zigbee. [[ArduinoXbeeShield | Mas Info]]

* Shield Motores- Este shield permite a Arduino controlar motores eléctricos de corriente continua, servos y motores paso a paso y leer encoders. [[ArduinoMotorShield | Mas info]]

* Shield Ethernet - Este shield permite a una placa Arduino conectarse a una red Ethernet y tener acceso a y desde Internet. [[ArduinoEthernetShield | Mas info]]

!!!Hardware de terceros recomendado

Productos de otros que hemos probado y nos gustan, compatibles con el software de Arduino.

* [[http://www.ladyada.net/make/boarduino/ | Boarduino]] de Adafruit Industries. Para usar en placas de desarrollo junto a un cable FTDI USB-to-TTL-Serie o otro adaptador de USB a serie. Disponible solo el PCB o en formato de kit.

!!!Mas hardware relacionado
Comprueba la [[http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Main/SimilarBoards | lista de hardware relacionado]] mantenida por la comunidad en el apartado playground.
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Productos de otros que nosotros hemos probado y referenciado; compatible con el software Arduino.
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* Mini USB Adapter - Esta placa convierte una conexión USB a serie con las sguientes lineas: 5 voltios, GND, TX y RX, las cuales puedes conectar a tu Arduino Mini u otros microcontroladores. [[MiniUSB | detalles]]
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* Mini USB Adapter - Esta placa convierte una conexión USB a serie RS232 con las siguientes lineas: 5 voltios, GND, TX y RX, las cuales puedes conectar a tu Arduino Mini u otros microcontroladores. [[MiniUSB | detalles]]
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* Mini USB Adapter - Esta placa extrae una conexión USB en las sguientes lineas: 5 voltios, GND, TX y RX, las cuales puedes conectar a tu Arduino Mini u otros microcontroladores. [[MiniUSB | detalles]]
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* Mini USB Adapter - Esta placa convierte una conexión USB a serie con las sguientes lineas: 5 voltios, GND, TX y RX, las cuales puedes conectar a tu Arduino Mini u otros microcontroladores. [[MiniUSB | detalles]]
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* Xbee Shield - Permite comunicar de forma inalámbrica diferentes placas Arduino a distancias hasta 100 pies (interiores) y hasta 300 pies (exteriores) usando el módulo Maxstream Xbee Zigbee. [[ArduinoXbeeShield | detalles]]
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* Xbee Shield - Permite comunicar de forma inalámbrica diferentes placas Arduino a distancias hasta 30 metros (interiores) y hasta 90 metros(exteriores) usando el módulo Maxstream Xbee Zigbee. [[ArduinoXbeeShield | detalles]]
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!!!Other Related Hardware
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!!!Otros Hardware relacionados
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Existen multitud versiones de la placa Arduino. La versión básica actual, "Duemilanove",usa un microcontrolador Atmel ATMega 328.([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc8161.pdf | datasheet]]). La versión anterior,"Diecimila", y la primera versión, "Duemilanoves", usaban el microcontrolador Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), mientras que las primeras versiones de la placa, usaban ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). La version "Mega" utiliza un ATmega1280([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2549.pdf | datasheet]]).
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Existen multitud versiones de la placa Arduino. La versión básica actual, "Duemilanove",usa un microcontrolador Atmel ATMega 328([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc8161.pdf | datasheet]]). La versión anterior,"Diecimila", y la primera versión, "Duemilanoves", usaban el microcontrolador Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), mientras que las primeras versiones de la placa, usaban ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). La version "Mega" utiliza un ATmega1280([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2549.pdf | datasheet]]).
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* LilyPad - Versión diseñada para aplicaciones en ropa, dicha placa puede ser cosida. [[ArduinoBoardLilyPad | detalles]]
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* LilyPad - Versión diseñada para ser cosida en ropa, telas o aplicaciones flexibles. [[ArduinoBoardLilyPad | detalles]]
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!!!Buscando versiones antiguas?
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!!!¿Buscando versiones antiguas?
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* Bluetooth - Versión que incluye un módulo bluetooh que permite la comunicación wireless y programación de la placa. Es compatible con las shields de Arduino. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | detalles]]
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* Bluetooth - Versión que incluye un módulo bluetooth que permite la comunicación wireless y programación de la placa. Es compatible con las shields de Arduino. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | detalles]]
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Nota: Los diseños estan bajo licencia Creative Commons license [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ | Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5]]. Visita [[Main/Policy | Quieres hacer un Arduino?]] para más información y guias de cómo producir tu propio hardware.
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Nota: Los diseños estan bajo licencia Creative Commons [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ | Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5]]. Visita [[Main/Policy | Quieres hacer un Arduino?]] para más información y guias de cómo producir tu propio hardware.
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* Bluetooth - Versión que incluye un módulo bluetooh que permite la comunicación wireless y programación de la plca. Es compatible con las shields de Arduino. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | detalles]]
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* Bluetooth - Versión que incluye un módulo bluetooh que permite la comunicación wireless y programación de la placa. Es compatible con las shields de Arduino. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | detalles]]
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Porductos de otros que nosotros hemos probado y linkado; compatible con el software Arduino.
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Porductos de otros que nosotros hemos probado y referenciado; compatible con el software Arduino.
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Products from others that we've tried and liked; compatible with the Arduino software.

* [[http://www.ladyada.net/make/boarduino/ | Boarduino]] from Adafruit Industries. For use in bread-boards with FTDI USB-to-TTL-Serial cable or other USB-to-serial adapter. Available as a bare PCB or in kit form.
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Porductos de otros que nosotros hemos probado y linkado; compatible con el software Arduino.

* [[http://www.ladyada.net/make/boarduino/ | Boarduino]] de Adafruit Industries. Para uso en placas de prototipos usando el conversor USB-a-TTL-Serie de FTDI u otros adaptadores de USB-a-serie. Disponible como PCB o kit.
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[[Arduino Shields | Shields]] son placas montadas sobre las placas de Arduino y que extienden la funcionabilidad de la misma para controlar diferentes dispositivos, adquirir datos,etc.
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[[Arduino Shields | Shields]] son placas montadas sobre Arduino y que extienden la funcionabilidad de la misma para controlar diferentes dispositivos, adquirir datos,etc.
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[[Arduino Shields | Shields]] are boards to be mounted on top of the Arduino board and that extend the functionality of Arduino to control different devices, acquire data, etc.

* Xbee Shield - This shield allows multiple Arduino boards to communicate wirelessly over distances up to 100 feet (indoors) or 300 feet (outdoors) using the Maxstream Xbee Zigbee module. [[ArduinoXbeeShield | details]]

* Motor Shield - This shield allows an Arduino board to control DC motors and read encoders. [[ArduinoMotorShield | details]]

* Ethernet Shield - This shield allows an Arduino board to connect to the internet. [[ArduinoEthernetShield | details]]

!!!Recommended Third-Party Hardware
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[[Arduino Shields | Shields]] son placas montadas sobre las placas de Arduino y que extienden la funcionabilidad de la misma para controlar diferentes dispositivos, adquirir datos,etc.

* Xbee Shield - Permite comunicar de forma inalámbrica diferentes placas Arduino a distancias hasta 100 pies (interiores) y hasta 300 pies (exteriores) usando el módulo Maxstream Xbee Zigbee. [[ArduinoXbeeShield | detalles]]

* Motor Shield - Permite controlar a una placa Arduino un motor CC y leer encoders. [[ArduinoMotorShield | detalles]]

* Ethernet Shield - Permite conectar a una placa Arduino con internet. [[ArduinoEthernetShield | detalles]]

!!!Third-Party Hardware recomendado
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Also check out the community-maintained [[http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Main/SimilarBoards | list of related hardware]] on the playground.
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También puedes visitar [[http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Main/SimilarBoards | listado hardware]] en el playground.
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Las [[placas | listado hardware]]listado de todas las placas Arduino y las diferencias entre ellas.
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El [[placas | listado hardware]] de todas las placas Arduino y las diferencias entre ellas.
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* Pro - Versión diseñado para usuarios avanzados, cuyo objetivo es una aplicación final embebida: es más barata que la versión Diecimila and fácil de alimentar con una bateria, pero requiere componentes adicionales y ensamblado. [[ArduinoBoardPro | detalles]]
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* Pro - Versión diseñado para usuarios avanzados, cuyo objetivo es una aplicación final embebida: es más barata que la versión Diecimila y fácil de alimentar con una bateria, pero requiere componentes adicionales y ensamblado. [[ArduinoBoardPro | detalles]]
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* Serial Single Sided - This board is designed to be etched and assembled by hand. It is slightly larger than the Diecimila, but still shield compatible. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3 | details]]

!!!Looking for an older board?

The [[Boards | hardware index]] lists all the Arduino boards made and the differences between them.
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* Serial Single Sided - Versión diseñada para ser grabada y montada a mano. Es algo mayor que Dicimila, pero compatible con las shields. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3 | details]]

!!!Buscando versiones antiguas?

Las [[placas | listado hardware]]listado de todas las placas Arduino y las diferencias entre ellas.
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* Pro Mini - Versión similar a la versión Pro, diseñada para usuarios avanzados, que requieren un sistema de bajo coste, tamaño compacto y dispuestos a realizar un extra trabajo hardware. [[ArduinoBoardProMini | detalles]]
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* Pro Mini - Versión similar a la versión Pro, diseñada para usuarios avanzados, que requieren un sistema de bajo coste, tamaño compacto y dispuestos a realizar un trabajo extra hardware. [[ArduinoBoardProMini | detalles]]
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* Mini - This is the smallest Arduino board. It works well in a breadboard or for applications in which space is at a premium. It connects to the computer using the Mini USB Adapter. [[ArduinoBoardMini | details]]

* Mini USB Adapter - This board converts a USB connection into 5 volt, GND, TX and RX lines that you can connect to the Arduino Mini or other microcontroller. [[MiniUSB | details]]

* Pro - This board is designed for advanced users who want to leave a board embedded in a project: it's cheaper than a Diecimila and easily powered by a battery, but requires additional components and assembly. [[ArduinoBoardPro | details]]

* Pro Mini - Like the Pro, the Pro Mini is designed for advanced users requiring a low-cost, small board and willing to do some extra work. [[ArduinoBoardProMini | details]]

* Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise. [[ArduinoBoardSerial | details]] (including Schematics and CAD Files)
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* Mini - Versión más pequeña de las placas Arduino. Funciona para aplicaciones de placa de prototipos ó en aquellas que el espacio es primordial. Se conecta al ordenador mediante un adaptador Mini USB. [[ArduinoBoardMini | detalles]]

* Mini USB Adapter - Esta placa extrae una conexión USB en las sguientes lineas: 5 voltios, GND, TX y RX, las cuales puedes conectar a tu Arduino Mini u otros microcontroladores. [[MiniUSB | detalles]]

* Pro - Versión diseñado para usuarios avanzados, cuyo objetivo es una aplicación final embebida: es más barata que la versión Diecimila and fácil de alimentar con una bateria, pero requiere componentes adicionales y ensamblado. [[ArduinoBoardPro | detalles]]

* Pro Mini - Versión similar a la versión Pro, diseñada para usuarios avanzados, que requieren un sistema de bajo coste, tamaño compacto y dispuestos a realizar un extra trabajo hardware. [[ArduinoBoardProMini | detalles]]

* Serial - Versión básica que usa un interfaz RS232 para la comunicación y/o programación. Esta placa es fácil de montar, incluso recomendable como ejercicio de aprendizaje. [[ArduinoBoardSerial | detalles]] (incluye Esquemáticos y archivos CAD)
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* Bluetooth - The Arduino BT contains a bluetooth module that allows for wireless communication and programming. It is compatible with Arduino shields. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | details]]

* LilyPad - Designed for wearable application, this board can be sewn onto fabric, and is a stylish purple. [[ArduinoBoardLilyPad | details]]

* Fio - Designed for wireless applications. It includes a socket for an XBee radio, a connector for a LiPo battery, and integrated battery charging circuitry. [[ArduinoBoardFio | details]]
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* Bluetooth - Versión que incluye un módulo bluetooh que permite la comunicación wireless y programación de la plca. Es compatible con las shields de Arduino. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | detalles]]

* LilyPad - Versión diseñada para aplicaciones en ropa, dicha placa puede ser cosida. [[ArduinoBoardLilyPad | detalles]]

* Fio - Versión diseñada para aplicaciones wireless. Incluye un socket para incluir una radio XBee, un conector para una bateria LiPo, y un circuito para la carga de la misma. [[ArduinoBoardFio | detalles]]
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There are multiple versions of the Arduino board. The current basic board, the Duemilanove, uses the Atmel ATmega328 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc8161.pdf | datasheet]]). The older Diecimila, and the first run of Duemilanoves used the Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), while older boards use the ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). The Arduino Mega is based on the ATmega1280 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2549.pdf | datasheet]]).

Note: The reference designs for arduino are distributed under a Creative Commons license [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ | Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5]]. See [[Main/Policy | So you want to make an Arduino?]] for more information and guidelines on producing your own hardware.
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Existen multitud versiones de la placa Arduino. La versión básica actual, "Duemilanove",usa un microcontrolador Atmel ATMega 328.([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc8161.pdf | datasheet]]). La versión anterior,"Diecimila", y la primera versión, "Duemilanoves", usaban el microcontrolador Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), mientras que las primeras versiones de la placa, usaban ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). La version "Mega" utiliza un ATmega1280([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2549.pdf | datasheet]]).

Nota: Los diseños estan bajo licencia Creative Commons license [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ | Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5]]. Visita [[Main/Policy | Quieres hacer un Arduino?]] para más información y guias de cómo producir tu propio hardware.
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* Duemilanove - This is the latest revision of the basic Arduino USB board. It connects to the computer with a standard USB cable and contains everything else you need to program and use the board. It can be extended with a variety of shields: custom daughter-boards with specific features. [[ArduinoBoardDuemilanove | details]]

* Diecimila - This is the previous revision of the basic Arduino USB board. [[ArduinoBoardDiecimila | details]]

* Nano - A compact board designed for breadboard use, the Nano connects to the computer using a USB Mini-B cable. [[ArduinoBoardNano | details]]

* Mega - A larger, more powerful Arduino board, shield compatible with the Duemilanove and Diecmila. [[ArduinoBoardMega | details]]
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* Duemilanove - Última versión de la placa básica Arduino USB. Se conecta al ordenador mediante un cable estardar USB y contiene todo lo necesario para programar y usar la placa. Puedes ampliar con variedad de "shields": placas a medida para ampliar requisitos específicos hardware. [[ArduinoBoardDuemilanove | detalles]]

* Diecimila - Versión anterior de la placa básica Arduino USB.[[ArduinoBoardDiecimila | detalles]]

* Nano - Versión compacta diseñada para uso en protoboards.Nano se conecta al ordenador usando un cable USB Mini-B. [[ArduinoBoardNano | detalles]]

* Mega - Versión más potente y grande, compatible con shields de Duemilanove y Diecimila. [[ArduinoBoardMega | detalles]]
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* Fio - Designed for wireless applications. It includes a socket for an XBee radio, a connector for a LiPo battery, and integrated battery charging circuitry.

** [[ArduinoBoardFio | details]]
** [[ArduinoBoardFioProgramming |Programing the Fio]]
** [[ArduinoBoardFioTips| Fio Sketch-writing Tips]]
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* Fio - Designed for wireless applications. It includes a socket for an XBee radio, a connector for a LiPo battery, and integrated battery charging circuitry. [[ArduinoBoardFio | details]]
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* Fio - Designed for wireless applications. It includes a socket for an XBee radio, a connector for a LiPo battery, and integrated battery charging circuitry.\\
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* Fio - Designed for wireless applications. It includes a socket for an XBee radio, a connector for a LiPo battery, and integrated battery charging circuitry.
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* Fio - Designed for wireless applications. It includes a socket for an XBee radio, a connector for a LiPo battery, and integrated battery charging circuitry. ** [[ArduinoBoardFio | details]]
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* Fio - Designed for wireless applications. It includes a socket for an XBee radio, a connector for a LiPo battery, and integrated battery charging circuitry.\\
** [[ArduinoBoardFio | details]]
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** [[ArduinoBoardFioTips| Fio Sketch-writing Tips]]
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* Fio - Designed for wireless applications. It includes a socket for an XBee radio, a connector for a LiPo battery, and integrated battery charging circuitry. [[ArduinoBoardFio | details]]
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* Fio - Designed for wireless applications. It includes a socket for an XBee radio, a connector for a LiPo battery, and integrated battery charging circuitry. ** [[ArduinoBoardFio | details]]
** [[ArduinoBoardFioProgramming |Programing the Fio]]
*** [[ArduinoBoardFioTips| Fio Sketch-writing Tips\\
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* Fio - Designed for wireless applications. It includes a socket for an XBee radio, a connector for a LiPo battery, and integrated battery charging circuitry. [[ArduinoBoardFio | details]]
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* [[http://moderndevice.com/ | Modern Device Company]]'s Bare-Bones Board (BBB) and Real Bare-Bones Board (RBBB) for use in bread-boards with the FTDI USB-to-TTL-Serial cable. Available as bare PCBs, in kits, or pre-assembled.
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There are multiple versions of the Arduino board. The current basic board, the Duemilanove, uses the Atmel ATmega328 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc8025.pdf | datasheet]]). The older Diecimila, and the first run of Duemilanoves used the Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), while older boards use the ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). The Arduino Mega is based on the ATmega1280 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2549.pdf | datasheet]]).
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There are multiple versions of the Arduino board. The current basic board, the Duemilanove, uses the Atmel ATmega328 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc8161.pdf | datasheet]]). The older Diecimila, and the first run of Duemilanoves used the Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), while older boards use the ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). The Arduino Mega is based on the ATmega1280 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2549.pdf | datasheet]]).
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There are multiple versions of the Arduino board. Most use the Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), while older boards use the ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]).
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There are multiple versions of the Arduino board. The current basic board, the Duemilanove, uses the Atmel ATmega328 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc8025.pdf | datasheet]]). The older Diecimila, and the first run of Duemilanoves used the Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), while older boards use the ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). The Arduino Mega is based on the ATmega1280 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2549.pdf | datasheet]]).
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* Mega - A larger, more powerful Arduino board, shield compatible with the Duemilanove and Diecmila. [[ArduinoBoardMega | details]]
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* Motor Shield - This shield allow an Arduino board to control DC motors and read encoders. [[ArduinoMotorShield | details]]
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* Motor Shield - This shield allows an Arduino board to control DC motors and read encoders. [[ArduinoMotorShield | details]]

* Ethernet Shield - This shield allows an Arduino board to connect to the internet. [[ArduinoEthernetShield | details]]
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* Diecimila - This is the most popular Arduino board. It connects to the computer with a standard USB cable and contains everything else you need to program and use the board. It can be extended with a variety of shields: custom daughter-boards with specific features. [[ArduinoBoardDiecimila | details]]
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* Duemilanove - This is the latest revision of the basic Arduino USB board. It connects to the computer with a standard USB cable and contains everything else you need to program and use the board. It can be extended with a variety of shields: custom daughter-boards with specific features. [[ArduinoBoardDuemilanove | details]]

* Diecimila - This is the previous revision of the basic Arduino USB board. [[ArduinoBoardDiecimila | details]]
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* Xbee Shield - This shield allows multiple Arduino boards to communicate wirelessly over distances up to 100 feet (indoors) or 300 feet (outdoors) using the Maxstream Xbee Zigbee module. [[ArduinoXbeeShield | details]]

* Motor Shield - This shield allow an Arduino board to control DC motors and read encoders. [[ArduinoMotorShield | details]]
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* Pro Mini - Like the Pro, the Pro Mini is designed for advanced users requiring a low-cost, small board and willing to do some extra work. [[ArduinoBoardProMini | details]]
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* Arduino Pro - This board is designed for advanced users who want to leave a board embedded in a project: it's cheaper than a Diecimila and easily powered by a battery, but requires additional components and assembly. [[ArduinoBoardPro | details]]
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* Pro - This board is designed for advanced users who want to leave a board embedded in a project: it's cheaper than a Diecimila and easily powered by a battery, but requires additional components and assembly. [[ArduinoBoardPro | details]]
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* Arduino Pro - This board is designed for advanced users who want to leave a board embedded in a project: it's cheaper than a Diecimila and easily powered by a battery, but requires additional components and assembly. [[ArduinoBoardPro | details]]
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* Diecimila - The latest version of the USB boards. Allows for automatic reset of the board by the Arduino software when uploading. Contains a low dropout power supply (which accepts 6-12V), and has overcurrent protection for the USB connection. [[ArduinoBoardDiecimila | details]]

* Bluetooth - This version eliminates the need for cables going to the microcontroller board. It can be programmed and communicate up to 10 metres away from a computer. It can also be used from a mobile phone. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | details]]
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* Diecimila - This is the most popular Arduino board. It connects to the computer with a standard USB cable and contains everything else you need to program and use the board. It can be extended with a variety of shields: custom daughter-boards with specific features. [[ArduinoBoardDiecimila | details]]

* Nano - A compact board designed for breadboard use, the Nano connects to the computer using a USB Mini-B cable. [[ArduinoBoardNano | details]]

* Bluetooth - The Arduino BT contains a bluetooth module that allows for wireless communication and programming. It is compatible with Arduino shields. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | details]]
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* Nano - A compact board designed for breadboard use, contains integrated USB and a Mini-B USB jack. [[ArduinoBoardNano | details]]

* Mini - This is a miniature Arduino board that works well in a breadboard or for applications in which space is at a premium.[[ArduinoBoardMini | details]]

* Mini USB Adapter - This board converts a USB connection into 5 volt TX and RX that you can connect straight to the Arduino Mini or other microcontrollers, allowing them to talk to the computer. [[MiniUSB | details]]
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* Mini - This is the smallest Arduino board. It works well in a breadboard or for applications in which space is at a premium. It connects to the computer using the Mini USB Adapter. [[ArduinoBoardMini | details]]

* Mini USB Adapter - This board converts a USB connection into 5 volt, GND, TX and RX lines that you can connect to the Arduino Mini or other microcontroller. [[MiniUSB | details]]
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* Serial Single Sided - This board is slightly larger than the serial board (but pin compatible) and designed to be etched by hand. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3 | details]]
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* Serial Single Sided - This board is designed to be etched and assembled by hand. It is slightly larger than the Diecimila, but still shield compatible. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3 | details]]
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* Bluetooth - This version eliminates the need for cables going to the microcontroller board. It can be programmed and communicate up to 10 metres away from a computer. It can also be used from a mobile phone. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | details]]

* LilyPad - Designed for wearable application, this board can be sewn onto fabric, and is a stylish purple. [[ArduinoBoardLilyPad | details]]

* Nano - A compact board designed for breadboard use, contains integrated USB and a Mini-B USB jack. [[ArduinoBoardNano | details]]
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* LilyPad - Designed for wearable application, this board can be sewn onto fabric, and is a stylish purple. [[ArduinoBoardLilyPad | details]]

* Bluetooth - This is the latest version that eliminates the need for cables going to the microcontroller board. It can be programmed and communicate up to 10 metres away from a computer. It can also be used from a mobile phone. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | details]]
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* [[http://moderndevice.com/ | Modern Device Company]]'s Bare-Bones Board (BBB) and Real Bare-Bones Board (RBBB) for use in bread-boards with the FTDI USB-to-TTL-Serial cable. Available as bare PCBs, in kits, or pre-assembled.
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* [[http://moderndevice.com/ | Modern Device Company]]'s Bare-Bones Board (BBB) and Real Bare-Bones Board (RBBB) for use in bread-boards with the FTDI USB-to-TTL-Serial cable. Available as bare PCBs, in kits, or pre-assembled.
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* Serial Single Sided - This board is a bigger version of the Serial one meant for those that don't have easy access to buy a premade board. Then it is possible to assemble the board out of a cupper plate and some acid. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided | details]] (including Schematics and CAD Files)
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* Serial Single Sided - This board is slightly larger than the serial board (but pin compatible) and designed to be etched by hand. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3 | details]]
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!!!Older Hardware

* NG - Further evolution of the USB boards with the new FTDI232R usb interface and some layout improvements (plus some hidden features).[[http://www.arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/arduino_NG_schematic.png | Schematic]]. '''Note''': ''on the Arduino NG Rev. C, the LED on pin 13 is not mounted''.

* USB - It's an evolution of the serial board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/release_arduino_usb_v2.1.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/schematic.gif | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]] '''Note:''' ''revised 20070614 to be USB v2.1''

!!!Hardware Index
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!!!Looking for an older board?
January 26, 2008, at 12:33 AM by David A. Mellis - the pin mapping can just be in the hacking section too. i think. :)
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!!!Pin Mapping

This [[Hacking/PinMapping | diagram]] shows the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.\\
The corresponding chart for the [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Hacking/Atmega168Hardware|Atmega168]].
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!!!Parallel Port Programmer

[[Hacking/ParallelProgrammer | A parallel port programmer]] is a quick-and-dirty tool for burning a bootloader onto new Arduino boards.
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* Standalone - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts. Serial: [[Main.StandaloneAssembly | instructions]], [[Main.standalonePartList |Partlist]]. USB [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/Tutorials/ArduinoBreadboard | instructions and partlist]] (from the [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp | ITP physcomp pages]]).
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* Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise. [[ArduinoBoardSerial | details]] (including Schematics and CAD Files)

* Serial Single Sided - This board is a bigger version of the Serial one meant for those that don't have easy access to buy a premade board. Then it is possible to assemble the board out of a cupper plate and some acid. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided | details]] (including Schematics and CAD Files)
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* Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise. [[ArduinoBoardSerial | details]] (including Schematics and CAD Files)

* Serial Single Sided - This board is a bigger version of the Serial one meant for those that don't have easy access to buy a premade board. Then it is possible to assemble the board out of a cupper plate and some acid. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided | details]] (including Schematics and CAD Files)
January 26, 2008, at 12:28 AM by David A. Mellis - trying to clean up the page a bit.
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* NG - Further evolution of the USB boards with the new FTDI232R usb interface and some layout improvements (plus some hidden features).[[http://www.arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/arduino_NG_schematic.png | Schematic]]. '''Note''': ''on the Arduino NG Rev. C, the LED on pin 13 is not mounted''.

* USB - It's an evolution of the serial board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/release_arduino_usb_v2.1.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/schematic.gif | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]] '''Note:''' ''revised 20070614 to be USB v2.1''
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* Prototyping - This board has a section with prototyping holes (as in perf board) so you can easily and stably attach a few extra parts. To make room, however, it has neither a serial nor USB plug, so you'll need to program it with an AVR-ISP or parallel programmer. [[ArduinoBoardPrototyping | details]]
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!!!Older Hardware

* NG - Further evolution of the USB boards with the new FTDI232R usb interface and some layout improvements (plus some hidden features).[[http://www.arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/arduino_NG_schematic.png | Schematic]]. '''Note''': ''on the Arduino NG Rev. C, the LED on pin 13 is not mounted''.

* USB - It's an evolution of the serial board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/release_arduino_usb_v2.1.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/schematic.gif | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]] '''Note:''' ''revised 20070614 to be USB v2.1''
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!!!Related Hardware

See the community-maintained [[http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Main/SimilarBoards | list of related hardware]] on the playground.
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!!!Recommended Third-Party Hardware

Products from others that we've tried and liked; compatible with the Arduino software.

* [[http://moderndevice.com/ | Modern Device Company]]'s Bare-Bones Board (BBB) and Real Bare-Bones Board (RBBB) for use in bread-boards with the FTDI USB-to-TTL-Serial cable. Available as bare PCBs, in kits, or pre-assembled.

* [[http://www.ladyada.net/make/boarduino/ | Boarduino]] from Adafruit Industries. For use in bread-boards with FTDI USB-to-TTL-Serial cable or other USB-to-serial adapter. Available as a bare PCB or in kit form.

!!!Other Related Hardware

Also check out the community-maintained [[http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Main/SimilarBoards | list of related hardware]] on the playground.
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Note: The reference designs for arduino are distributed under a Creative Commons license [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ | Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5]]
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Note: The reference designs for arduino are distributed under a Creative Commons license [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ | Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5]]. See [[Main/Policy | So you want to make an Arduino?]] for more information and guidelines on producing your own hardware.
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* LilyPad - Designed for wearable application, this board can be sewn onto fabric, and is a stylish purple. [[ArduinoBoardLilyPad | details]]
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!!!Related Hardware
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!!!!Related Hardware

See the community-maintained [[http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Main/SimilarBoards | list of related hardware]] on the playground.
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!!!Hardware Index

The [[Boards | hardware index]] lists all the Arduino boards made and the differences between them.
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* Diecimila - The latest version of the USB boards. Allows for automatic reset of the board by the Arduino software when uploading. Contains a low dropout power supply (which accepts 6-12V), and has overcurrent protection for the USB connection. [[ArduinoBoardDiecimila | details]]
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There are multiple versions of the Arduino board. Most use the Atmel ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]) and some use the ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]).
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There are multiple versions of the Arduino board. Most use the Atmel ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]), while older boards use the ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]).
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!!!Troubleshooting

A link to Arduino hardware [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/Troubleshooting|troubleshooting]] in the Guide section.





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* Mini - This is a miniature Arduino board with a tiny processor that has twice the memory of the one on normal Arduino boards. Can only be powered with up to 9 volts; don't give it any more voltage or plug it in backwards - it'll die.[[ArduinoBoardMini | details]]
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* Mini - This is a miniature Arduino board that works well in a breadboard or for applications in which space is at a premium.[[ArduinoBoardMini | details]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the serial board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/release_arduino_usb_v2.1.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/schematic.gif | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the serial board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/release_arduino_usb_v2.1.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/schematic.gif | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]] '''Note:''' ''revised 20070614 to be USB v2.1''
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* USB - It's an evolution of the serial board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/release_arduino_usb_v2.1.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/schematic.gif | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://arduino.berlios.de/uploads/Main/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the serial board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/release_arduino_usb_v2.1.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/schematic.gif | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the serial board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://arduino.berlios.de/uploads/Main/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the serial board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/release_arduino_usb_v2.1.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/releases/usb_v2/schematic.gif | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://arduino.berlios.de/uploads/Main/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]]
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The corresponding chart for the [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Hacking/Atmega168Hardware|Atmega168]]
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The corresponding chart for the [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Hacking/Atmega168Hardware|Atmega168]].
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This [[Hacking/PinMapping | diagram]] shows the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.\
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This [[Hacking/PinMapping | diagram]] shows the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.\\
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This [[Hacking/PinMapping | diagram]] shows the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.\\\
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This [[Hacking/PinMapping | diagram]] shows the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.\
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This [[Hacking/PinMapping | diagram]] shows the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.
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This [[Hacking/PinMapping | diagram]] shows the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.\\\
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The corresponding chart for the [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Hacking/Atmega168Hardware|Atmega168]]
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A link to Arduino hardware [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/Troubleshooting|troubleshooting]] in the Guide section





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A link to Arduino hardware [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/Troubleshooting|troubleshooting]] in the Guide section.





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!!!Troubleshooting

A link to Arduino hardware [[http://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/Troubleshooting|troubleshooting]] in the Guide section





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* NG - Further evolution of the USB boards with the new FTDI232R usb interface and some layout improvements (plus some hidden features).[[http://www.arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/arduino_NG_schematic.png | Schematic]]. '''Note''': on the Arduino NG Rev. C, the LED is not mounted.
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* NG - Further evolution of the USB boards with the new FTDI232R usb interface and some layout improvements (plus some hidden features).[[http://www.arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/arduino_NG_schematic.png | Schematic]]. '''Note''': ''on the Arduino NG Rev. C, the LED on pin 13 is not mounted''.
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* NG - Further evolution of the USB boards with the new FTDI232R usb interface and some layout improvements (plus some hidden features).[[http://www.arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/arduino_NG_schematic.png | Schematic]]
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* NG - Further evolution of the USB boards with the new FTDI232R usb interface and some layout improvements (plus some hidden features).[[http://www.arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/arduino_NG_schematic.png | Schematic]]. '''Note''': on the Arduino NG Rev. C, the LED is not mounted.
January 27, 2007, at 02:07 PM by David A. Mellis - adding link to bluetooth board.
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* Bluetooth - This is the latest version that eliminates the need for cables going to the microcontroller board. It can be programmed and communicate up to 10 metres away from a computer. It can also be used from a mobile phone. (The design for this board will be downloadable after we debug it :)
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* Bluetooth - This is the latest version that eliminates the need for cables going to the microcontroller board. It can be programmed and communicate up to 10 metres away from a computer. It can also be used from a mobile phone. [[ArduinoBoardBluetooth | details]]
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This [[PinMapping | diagram]] shows the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.
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This [[Hacking/PinMapping | diagram]] shows the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.
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[[http://arduino.berlios.de/index.php/Main/ParallelProgrammer | A parallel port programmer]] is a quick-and-dirty tool for burning a bootloader onto new Arduino boards.



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[[Hacking/ParallelProgrammer | A parallel port programmer]] is a quick-and-dirty tool for burning a bootloader onto new Arduino boards.



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Note: The reference designs for arduino are distributed under a Creative Commons license [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/deed.en | Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5]]
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Note: The reference designs for arduino are distributed under a Creative Commons license [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ | Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5]]
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* NG - Further evolution of the USB boards with the new FTDI232R usb interface and some layout improvements (plus some hidden features).[[http://www.arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/arduino_NG_schematic.png | Schematic]]
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* NG - Further evolution of the USB boards with the new FTDI232R usb interface and some layout improvements (plus some hidden features).
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For information on getting a board working see the Arduino [[Howto]] and the [[BuildSerial | assembly guide]].
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There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]).
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There are multiple versions of the Arduino board. Most use the Atmel ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]) and some use the ATmega168 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf | datasheet]]).
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Note: The reference designs for arduino are distributed under a Creative Commons license [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/deed.en | Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5]]
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* Mini USB Adapter - This board converts a USB connection into 5 volt TX and RX that you can connect straight to the Arduino Mini or other microcontrollers, allowing them to talk to the computer.
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* Mini USB Adapter - This board converts a USB connection into 5 volt TX and RX that you can connect straight to the Arduino Mini or other microcontrollers, allowing them to talk to the computer. [[MiniUSB | details]]
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* Mini USB Adapter - This board converts a USB connection into 5 volt TX and RX that you can connect straight to the Arduino Mini or other microcontrollers, allowing them to talk to the computer.
August 31, 2006, at 06:41 PM by David A. Mellis - adding arduino mini (stamp)
August 31, 2006, at 06:29 PM by David A. Mellis - adding arduino mini (stamp)
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* USB - It's an evolution of the serial board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://arduino.berlios.de/uploads/Main/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://arduino.berlios.de/uploads/Main/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]]
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* Mini - This is a miniature Arduino board with a tiny processor that has twice the memory of the one on normal Arduino boards. Can only be powered with up to 9 volts; don't give it any more voltage or plug it in backwards - it'll die.[[ArduinoBoardMini | details]]
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* Standalone - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts. Serial: [[Main.StandaloneAssembly | instructions]], [[Main.standalonePartList |Partlist]]. USB [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/Tutorials/ArduinoBreadboard | instructions and partlist]]
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* Standalone - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts. Serial: [[Main.StandaloneAssembly | instructions]], [[Main.standalonePartList |Partlist]]. USB [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/Tutorials/ArduinoBreadboard | instructions and partlist]] (from the [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp | ITP physcomp pages]]).
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* [[StandaloneAssembly | Standalone]] - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts. Serial: [[Main.StandaloneAssembly | instructions]], [[Main.standalonePartList |Partlist]]. USB [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/Tutorials/ArduinoBreadboard | instructions and partlist]]
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* Standalone - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts. Serial: [[Main.StandaloneAssembly | instructions]], [[Main.standalonePartList |Partlist]]. USB [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/Tutorials/ArduinoBreadboard | instructions and partlist]]
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* [[StandaloneAssembly | Standalone]] - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts. [[Main.StandaloneAssembly | Instructions]] / [[Main.standalonePartList |Partlist]]
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* [[StandaloneAssembly | Standalone]] - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts. Serial: [[Main.StandaloneAssembly | instructions]], [[Main.standalonePartList |Partlist]]. USB [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/Tutorials/ArduinoBreadboard | instructions and partlist]]
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!!!Pin Mapping
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There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]); see this [[Standalone | diagram]] for the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.
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There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]).
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!!!!Pin Mapping

This [[PinMapping | diagram]] shows the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.
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There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel Atmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). For information on getting a board working see the Arduino [[Howto]] and the [[BuildSerial | assembly guide]].
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There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel ATmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]); see this [[Standalone | diagram]] for the correspondence between the legs of the ATmega8 and the pin labels used on the Arduino board.

For information on getting a board working see the Arduino [[Howto]] and the [[BuildSerial | assembly guide]].
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* Prototyping - This board has a section with prototyping holes (as in perf board) so you can easily and stably attach a few extra parts. To make room, however, it has neither a serial nor USB plug, so you'll need to program it with an AVR-ISP or parallel programmer. [[ArduinoBoardPrototyping | details]]
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* Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise. [[ArduinoBoardSerial | Schematics and CAD Files]]

* Serial Single Sided - This board is a bigger version of the Serial one meant for those that don't have easy access to buy a premade board. Then it is possible to assemble the board out of a cupper plate and some acid. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided | Schematics and CAD Files]]
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* Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise. [[ArduinoBoardSerial | details]] (including Schematics and CAD Files)

* Serial Single Sided - This board is a bigger version of the Serial one meant for those that don't have easy access to buy a premade board. Then it is possible to assemble the board out of a cupper plate and some acid. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided | details]] (including Schematics and CAD Files)
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* [[StandaloneAssembly | Standalone]] - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts. [[Main.StandaloneAssembly | Instructions]] / [[Main.standalonePartList |Partlist]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://arduino.berlios.de/uploads/Main/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Pic]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://arduino.berlios.de/uploads/Main/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Quick View]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]] / [[http://arduino.berlios.de/uploads/Main/USB-board-step-6.jpg | Pic]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]] / [[Main.USBAssembly |Assembly Instructions]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]] /[[Main.USBAssembly |Instructions]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]]
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* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]] /[[Main.USBAssembly |Instructions]]
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* [[StandaloneAssembly | Standalone]] - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts. [[Main.StandaloneAssembly |Instructions]] / [[Main.standalonePartList |Partlist]]
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* [[StandaloneAssembly]] - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts. [[Main.StandaloneAssembly |Instructions]] / [[Main.standalonePartList |Partlist]]
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* Serial Single Sided - This board is a bigger version of the Serial one meant for those that don't have easy access to buy a premade board. Then it is possible to assemble the board out of a cupper plate and some acid. [[ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided | Schematics and CAD Files]]
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* Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise. [[ArduinoBoardSerial | Schematics and CAD Files]]
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Version 1
[[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.jpg | schematic]] / [[PartsSerial | part list]]

Version 2
[[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232v2.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232v2.jpg | schematic]] / [[PartsSerialV2 | part list]]
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[[ArduinoBoardSerial | Schematics and CAD Files]]
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* Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise and should cost less than 20 EUR. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.jpg | schematic]] / [[PartsSerial | part list]]
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* Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise.
Version 1
[[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.jpg | schematic]] / [[PartsSerial | part list]]

Version 2
[[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232v2.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232v2.jpg | schematic]] / [[PartsSerialV2 | part list]]
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* [[Standalone]] - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts. [[Main.StandaloneAssembly |Instructions]] / [[Main.standalonePartList |Partlist]]
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There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel Atmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]).
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There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel Atmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]). For information on getting a board working see the Arduino [[Howto]] and the [[BuildSerial | assembly guide]].
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!!![[http://arduino.berlios.de/index.php/Main/ParallelProgrammer | Parallel Port Programmer]]

A quick-and-dirty tool for burning a bootloader onto new Arduino boards.



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!!!Parallel Port Programmer

[[http://arduino.berlios.de/index.php/Main/ParallelProgrammer | A parallel port programmer]] is a quick-and-dirty tool for burning a bootloader onto new Arduino boards.



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!!![[http://arduino.berlios.de/index.php/Main/ParallelProgrammer | Parallel Port Programmer]]

A quick-and-dirty tool for burning a bootloader onto new Arduino boards.



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* [[Standalone]] - You can use the Atmega8 chip by itself in a breadboard or a prototyping board using just a few extra parts.

!!!Shields
[[Arduino Shields | Shields]] are boards to be mounted on top of the Arduino board and that extend the functionality of Arduino to control different devices, acquire data, etc.




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!!Hardware

There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel Atmega8 ([[http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2486.pdf | datasheet]]).

* Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise and should cost less than 20 EUR. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.jpg | schematic]] / [[PartsSerial | part list]]

* USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip | Download Eagle Cad files]] / [[http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg | schematic]]

* Bluetooth - This is the latest version that eliminates the need for cables going to the microcontroller board. It can be programmed and communicate up to 10 metres away from a computer. It can also be used from a mobile phone. (The design for this board will be downloadable after we debug it :)

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