I don’t know if there is another thing that has changed the world as technology has done. Lately, almost every transaction in our lives has shifted to the internet. We are still marveling at what the computing industry has done to our lives. The ability to receive your text and reply is still a mystery to many. But there are a lot more. What we somehow overlook, though, is the hardware part of the computers. Today, I’m going to teach you all you will need to know about Arduino Nano.
Founded in 2003, this hardware is part of the story of the advancement in technology and better lives. Before we narrow down to the Arduino Nano. Let’s get to know what Arduino is. Well, this is the company specializing in hardware and software and manufactures microcontrollers and microcontroller kits in single small boards. One of their products, which this article is covering, is Arduino Nano. It is a small and fully functional board working with the ATmega328P commonly known as the Arduino Nano 3.x. Its functionality is comparable with Arduino Duemilanove, another product by the Arduino Company. Arduino Nano does not have a built-in DC power jack. This hardware, instead of a standard USB cable, works with a Mini B USB cable.
What are the benefits of the Arduino Nano?
* It is compatible with Xduino Nano
* It is Breadboard friendly
* Arduino Nano is greatly friendly and convenient. It offers a flawless experience to the Arduino users.
* It is a small and portable package
* It is flexibility in its usage.
What are the features of the Arduino Nano?
Arduino Nano has the following features to ensure a seamless productivity:
* It bears an RST red and LED for resetting the device
* Arduino Nano bears a green (TX), red (RX) and orange (L) LED. All incorporated in it
* The drive capability of the Arduino Nano has been enhanced with its new and upgraded 5V voltage sourcing
* It has a mini-B USB. This port allows the Arduino Nano to be programmed.
* It also bears the serial monitor
* As well, Arduino Nano has a TX&RX breakout for application as USB-UART converter.
* Other features include ICSP header that can be mounted on the surface and a DIP with a Standard 0.1”. This DIP is quite friendly to the Breadboard
How do I power my Arduino Nano?
In the event of needing a regulated power supply, you will have to get a 5 volt customized adapter in order to insert the 5V in pin27 of the Arduino Nano. With unregulated power, Arduino Nano can be powered by connecting 6 to 20 volts in the pin30.
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