Arduino Uno R3 compatible – Atmega328P – CH340 USB – High Quality

(1 customer review)

CAD 8.95

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Description

Arduino UNO R3 compatible microcontroller development board with CH340G USB-TTL bridge. Our UNO R3 board comes with the essential features of the original Arduino UNO R3, with some additional advantages. With the included pin header and the special advanced board layout, is our UNO R3 board much better suitable for your breadboard projects than any other UNO R3 board design, the original Arduino UNO R3 included (see picture). Essential features of the Original Arduino UNO R3, not included in many of the Chinese boards:

– Diode “VD” avoids conflicts between different power supplies when connected to 2 different Vin sources same time
– Transistor “Q1” protects your computer’s USB port when UNO is connected to “Vin” source the same time
– ML358 OPA decouples the LED on I/O13 to make the port usable for other purposes as well

Additional features as advantage over the original Arduino UNO R3:

– 3.3V LDO “U5” can deliver 200mA continuously (original Arduino UNO R3 only 150mA)
– additional tie points 3.3V, 5V, GND, SCL, and SDA for easier I2C bus access
– precisely 16MHz crystal with 0.003% error (original Arduino UNO R3 only +/- 0.5%)

A set of male pin headers, to use the UNO on a breadboard, is included with every UNO controller.

We recommend to download the required USB driver for your operating system from WCH official website.

Additional information

EAN

4260474030255

Manufacturer

UNIVERSAL-SOLDER

Brand

CANADUINO

1 review for Arduino Uno R3 compatible – Atmega328P – CH340 USB – High Quality

  1. gerald.wolfe (verified owner)

    Works fine. The only difference I can see between this and a “real’ UNO, is that the board is not named in the COM port list. Just the COM port number shows. The normal bootloader works fine.

  2. UNIVERSAL-SOLDER

    As the title and the description say: This board comes with CH340 USB-UART, not the Atmega16u2 as used on the original Arduino module. Both chips are completely different, and the Atmega16u2 is programmed to return a device name to the host computer, the CH340 is not.

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