Arduino UNO is the best board to start your experience with electronics and programming. If this is your first experience with the platform, UNO is the most robust board you can start with. UNO is the most widely used and documented board in the entire Arduino family. Its power ensures ATmega 328p microcontroller, the board is equipped with 14 digital pins, and 6 analog
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The ingenious Italian invention, a small plate with a very powerful force. We are official distributors of Arduino and we are continuously extending our offer to new products, including Arduino Portenta. In our assortment, you can find Arduino Uno, Arduino Nano, Arduino Mega and much more at competitive prices. On our website and blog you will also find basic projects with Arduino and tutorials for Arduino programming, which we will also extend every day with new projects and ideas for experiments described in detail. Follow this page and ask us if you have any doubts or if you want to learn more about the differences between the boards, the Arduino sensors, motors and Arduino shields recommended for each board.
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Arduino Uno R3 SMD is a variation of the Uno with SMD. It has 14 digital input / output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz crystal oscillator, a USB connection, a power connector, an ICSP header and a reset button. In addition, Uno SMD offers the following additional features: - ATmega16U2 instead of 8U2 as a USB to serial converter - 1.0
Arduino has decided to further develop its catchy Nano project in the direction of more power. Nano Every is the simplest of the new series as it doesn´t include any sensors nor connectivity solution, however still significantly more powerful than standard Nano (50% more program memory and 2 times more RAM). Above characteristics make it perfect for projects of small devices with more advanced functionalities, such as audio processing or robotics.
Imagine the simplicity of the Arduino One connected to the communication module. Seems too good to be true, right? That's Arduino One WiFi. Arduino Uno WiFi R2 with its integrated IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) and WiFi is the ideal board to start making your first Internet application from scratch, or to use in the educational field. It has 14 digital input / output pins (5 of which are PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz ceramic resonator, an accelerometer, an RGB LED, a power connector and an ICSP header.
The Arduino Leonardo is one of the most popular versions of the series, behind only the legendary Uno plate to which it has very similar features (see our comparison below). The board contains a microcontroller ATmega32u4 with the participation of 20 digital inputs/outputs, of which 7 can be used as PWM outputs and 6 analog inputs. The system works with the clock signal with the frequency of 16 MHz, has 32K Flash and 2.5 KB of SRAM RAM.
Nano was already a great invention and a super facilitator of many projects, but with Nano BLE opens yet another set of opportunities. First of all, the BLE module - the newest and lowest energy consumption connectivity solution, which effectively allows you to leverage the same technology as used in the newest mass-produced electronic devices
Arduino Micro is based on the same architecture as Arduino Leonardo, but with a smaller form factor, which allows for easy placement on the test plates. That is, it has almost the same functionality but with a much smaller size. And that of size. As we all know, in electronics has meant a lot during the last decades (see example of computers). Developed together with Adafruit, the Leonardo has 20 digital input / output pins of which 7 can be used as PWM outputs and 6 analogue inputs, a 16 MHz crystal oscillator, a micro USB connection, an ICSP header and a reset button. The important thing is also that it comes already equipped with the USB despite its small size because we don't need to install an additional converter.
On top of all the upgrades presented in Nano BLE (64 MHz clock, 1Mb flash memory, 256Kb SRAM) Nano BLE Sense brings basic sensors to the table. It is truly impressive how Arduino team managed to fit those on such a small factor, nonetheless they did and did so for 5 basic modules.
In the package, you get 9 axis IMU, humidity and temperature sensor, barometric sensor, microphone and vision sensor (gesture, proximity, color and light intensity). Such a set together with TensorFlow compatibility enables basic machine learning functionalities straight after taking the board out of the box.
What is the original Arduino?
Arduino Original is a series of electronic boards and accessories for education and professionals. We differentiate between the original boards, because of their opensource license in the market there are a lot of clones that sometimes lack quality or compatibility with the original system. The original line products are produced in Italy with quality assurance and construction according to the original project. The series of products are developed year by year with products like MKR and Nano boards put on the market last year and the professional plate Arduino Portenta this year. The products are designed by the team of developers located in Italy and California, some of which were in the original team that created the Uno plate in 2005. Using original parts you can also benefit from the large volume of materials available on the official Arduino website without the risk of lack of compatibility. The boards cooperate very well with modules from Arduino's partner companies - Sparkfun and Adafruit, further increasing the brand's possibilities.
What are the advantages of Arduino?
The advantages depend on the board, since with selected modules the clones are already so well developed and with the confirmed quality that the differences appear very few. So the originals have the biggest advantage in new series of which the clones do not yet have the confirmed quality. Furthermore, not all boards are available as clones - the new Arduino Nano Ble and IoT work almost only in the original form. What's more, the original plates have a guarantee if used according to the conditions set by the producer. Ultimately, with original modules, we can be sure of compatibility with other parts.
What are the Arduino possibilities?
Every Arduino board is based on user-friendly hardware and software. The GPIO interface allows cooperation with input devices, such as measurement sensors, buttons or potentiometers, which can be used to send signals to output devices through a programmed microcontroller. By writing a program and storing it in the microcontroller's memory, we can command Arduino to implement the planned actions even in cooperation with the peripheral devices. The programming language syntax for Arduino is mainly based on the C and C++ languages and the Wiring environment. The manufacturer provides a dedicated Arduino IDE application along with sample programs. For many years Arduino has been the control center for thousands of projects, from applications used in everyday life at home to sophisticated measuring equipment for scientific and educational purposes.