MicroChip / Atmel

Global supply chains and chip shortages are affecting us.
UNO and Nano are scarce - see LGT8F328.

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AS-UNO-8 top view
AShop 8MHz UNO +5/3V3
CAD$0.00
AShop 16/20MHz UNO
CAD$0.00
an UNO with a few extras
CAD$15.99
Arduino UNO R3 Development Board
CAD$16.99
ATmega2560 Arduino
CAD$17.99
Arduino Pro mini 5V 16MHz
CAD$5.99
ATtiny88 based Nano clone
CAD$6.49
ATmega2560 Pro Mini
CAD$17.99
ATmega256 with Integrated ESP-8266
CAD$16.99
ATmega328-PU MCU
CAD$6.49
Arduino UNO ESP32 Development Board
CAD$15.99
AVR128DB28-I/SP MCU - 28pin DIP
CAD$16.99
Arduino Nano V3 CH340G
Out of Stock
CAD$9.99
AS-UNO-8 top view
AS UNO-8 (AS-UNO-8)
This is my own design - UNOs and Nano are getting scarce... and pricey...

I laid it out as per my own preference - Bus oriented - 2 x 8 bit parallel buses and 1 x 6 bit.

It has a socketed ATmega328P, although the socket doesn't show in the 3D rendering.
No crystal - runs on it's internal 8MHz clock - which frees up 2 more GPIOs.
Jumper selectable +5V or 3V3 operation so you can connect to your 3V3 sensors.
There is no USB to UART on-board - designed to use a CP2102 board..
optional header for a 3V3 regulator.
No LEDs included - keeps battery life up...  They can be installed optionally.

Separate I2C header designed to use an 0.91" OLED display.  An example sketch for the OLED is available on my GitHub.

There are 100s of possible header pin possibilities so it is priced with none - see the related products tab to grab the ones you want.

rev. 0.9 now in stock

more info on my github WIKI.      Design Goals.
AShop 8MHz UNO +5/3V3
CAD$0.00
AS UNO-20 (AS-UNO-16)
This is my own design - UNOs and Nano are getting scarce... and pricey...

I laid it out as per my own preference - Bus oriented - one 8 bit, and two 6 bit parallel buses.

It has a socketed ATmega328P, although the socket doesn't show in the 3D rendering.
You can choose a 16 or 20 MHz crystal.

There is no USB to UART on-board - designed to use a CP2102 board.. although there is no reason you could not use an FTDI, for example.
But you would have to use jumpers to connect it to the CP2102 header.

LEDs are installed optionally - in case you are running on battery.

Separate I2C header designed to use an 0.91" OLED display.  An example sketch is available on my GitHub.

There are 100s of possible header pin combinations - see the related products tab to grab the ones you want when ordering a BareBones.

I'm happy to announce that rev. 0.9 came out proto-perfect (electrically, at least)  You can program it just like an Arduino UNO.  I recommend you use the miniCore board package if using 20MHz.

The mechanical layout error prevents the use of downward facing pins on the A0-A6 header for bread board installation.  Will be fixed in rev. 1.0

The Kit includes MPU with bootloader, socket, crystal, 2 LEDs and headers.
Feel free to ask for the configuration of your choice. ( LED colour, male/female headers etc.)
AShop 16/20MHz UNO
CAD$0.00
Massduino UNO r3 compatible (MD328)
Chinese UNO clone that uses the Massduino MD328D MCU.

very similar to the ATmega328p  with the following extras:

+5 or 3v3 operation - Switch selectable

10/12/16 bit ADC... as in

   analogRead()             // 10bit ADC, Compatible to UNO R3

   analogRead_12bits()  // 12bit ADC , 130 sps

   analogRead_16bits()  // 16bit ADC , 125 sps

Will work with UNO boards package except timing is wrong
so delay and baud rates don't work right.

Best to download the ver 5.1 OR BETTER boards support zip.
Installation instructions are included - old fashioned - need
to copy files into a 'hardware' directory in your 'Sketches folder'.

Here is the link to the download...
http://www.inhaos.com/downcount.php?download_id=218

Note there are quite a few "non-official" packages out there that DO NOT work...  Make sure you have rev 5.1 or better.



an UNO with a few extras
CAD$15.99
Arduino UNO (UNO)
Arduino Rev. 3.0 Development board
with USB connector for uploading...

CH340G USB-Serial interface chip.


Arduino UNO R3 Development Board
CAD$16.99
mega2560 (Mega2560)
ATmega2560 Arduino
ATmega2560 Arduino
CAD$17.99
proMini 16MHz 5V (proMini16)
ATmega328p MCU
Arduino Pro mini 5V 16MHz
CAD$5.99
Nano88 (Nano88)
Now in Stock

ATtiny88 'Nano' clone - MH-ET LIVE Tiny88(16.0Mhz).

The ATtiny88 is one of the more powerful members of the ATtiny family.
It offers more I/O and performance BUT less Flash and SRAM.

Quick comparison to a regular 'Nano':

GPIO pins:   Nano88 = 26         ---    'Nano' = 14 pins.
Flash:            Nano88 = 8kB      ---    'Nano' = 32kB
SRAM:          Nano88 = 0.5kB   ---    'Nano' = 2kB
EEPROM:    Nano88 = 64 B      ---   'Nano'  = 1kB

This board comes with the microNucleus direct USB bootloader installed.
microNucleus will require a driver for Windows and you will need to add a uDev file to Linux - we can help you with Linux.  You will have to hit the reset button to initiate uploads.

We can also install OptiBoot, but you will need to use an external USB to UART board like our CP2102 or FTDI etc.

We recommend using an USBasp to avoid wasting the 500-800 bytes of flash taken up by the bootloader and the need to hit reset to upload.

We highly recommend Spence Konde's ATtinyCore boards package which will allow you te select many options from the Arduino IDE Tools menu.

http://drazzy.com/package_drazzy.com_index.json
ATtiny88 based Nano clone
CAD$6.49
mega2560 proMini (Mega2560ProMini)
Compact Board with a lot of functionality..

The pin arrangement means this board is not breadboard friendly.

The "soldered in" pins option has male pins facing up...  If you need more, or want them facing down, just ask us... there could be a day or 2 delay in shipping..
ATmega2560 Pro Mini
CAD$17.99
mega2560-WiFi (mega2560WiFi)
ATmega2560 Arduino Board with Integrated ESP-8266.

The primary use case is to add Wifi to an ATmega2560 project using "AT" commands sent through Serial3.

This requires no programming of the ESP-8266 and the ATmega2560 is programmed normally via the USB. There is a 14 pin male header providing connections to some ESP-8266 GPIO Pins.

The ESP-8266 may be programmed independently by changing the position of the slide switch so that the ESP-8266 is connected to the USB UART rather than Serial3 of the mega2560... A "MODE" button is provided to enable IDE program upload to the ESP-8266.

There are DIP switches for custom configuration of the serial communication - First time users should set Switches 3 and 4 to ON and S2 to the TxD3/RxD3 to use the board as a regular ATmega2560 with communication to the ESP via Seria3.println().

We play with our own "toys" and are more than happy to assist you with your specific configuration.


ATmega256 with Integrated ESP-8266
CAD$16.99
ATmega328 (ATmega328-PU)

ATmega328-PU microcontroller

Build your own Arduino

ATmega328-PU MCU
CAD$6.49
Arduino UNO ESP32 (UNOESP32)
Arduino ESP32 UNO format Development board
with microUSB connector for uploading...


Arduino UNO ESP32 Development Board
CAD$15.99
AVR128DB28 (AVR128DB28)

AVR128DB28 microcontroller

Build your own Super Arduino - 24MHz - no crystal required

Above and beyond the ATmega328 of the UNO and Nano the ACR128DB28

Features:

  • 3 UARTs
  • 2 SPI buses
  • 2 I2C
  • Dual Power Domains - Individual GPIOs can be set in software
  • for 5V or 3V3 operation for example
  • Software Selectable Operating Frequency from 1 - 24MHz
  • Possible overclock to 36MHz
  • 1.8V to 5.5V operation
  • Single pin UPDI Upload/Debug
  • Many other detailed functions
AVR128DB28-I/SP MCU - 28pin DIP
CAD$16.99
Arduino Nano (NanoV3)
  • Atmel Atmega328P-AU MCU.
  • Male Pins soldered in.
  • Bootloader installed.
  • Operating Voltage(logic level):5V
  • 14 Digital input / output ports: TX RX D2-D13
  • 8 analog inputs ports:A0 ~ A7
  • 6 PWM ports:D3, D5, D6, D9, D10, D11
  • 1 pairs of TTL level serial transceiver ports RX / TX
  • Supports USB download and Power.
  • External power from 5V ~ 12V DC
  • May be powered by 9V battery.
Arduino Nano V3 CH340G
Out of Stock
CAD$9.99
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