A-Star 328PB Micro Programmable Module 5V, 16MHz

PololuSKU: RB-Pol-616
Manufacturer #: 3160

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Description

  • Programmable 16 MHz ATmega328PB AVR microcontroller (24 digital I/O pins)
  • Logic voltage: 5 V / Operating voltage: 5.5 - 15 V
  • Preloaded with Arduino-compatible TTL serial bootloader
  • 32 KB flash, 2 KB SRAM, 1 KB EEPROM
  • Features a blue power LED

The A-Star 328PB Micro Programmable Module 5V, 16MHz is a tiny programmable module featuring the ATmega328PB AVR microcontroller, a backward-compatible replacement for the popular ATmega328P that features more general-purpose I/O and many additional peripherals. This module provides access to all 24 digital input/output pins (of which 9 can be used as PWM outputs and 8 as analog inputs).

A-Star 328PB Micro Programmable Module 5V, 16MHz

It ships preloaded with an Arduino-compatible serial bootloader that enables programming through the Arduino IDE via a USB-to-serial adapter, and the ISP pins are accessible for programming with an AVR programmer. This version features a 16 MHz resonator and a 5 V regulator that can be powered from 5.5 V to 15 V supplies.

  • 1 x A-Star 328PB Micro Programmable Module 5V, 16MHz
  • 0.7″ × 1.3″ × 0.1″
  • Weight: 1.5 g
  • Processor: ATmega328PB @ 16 MHz
  • RAM size: 2048 bytes
  • Program memory size: 32 Kbytes
  • Motor channels:  0
  • User I/O lines:    24
  • Minimum operating voltage: 5.5 V
  • Maximum operating voltage: 15 V
  • Logic voltage: 5 V
  • Reverse voltage protection
  • Version: 5 V logic, 16 MHz resonator

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Thomas
Excellent breakout for the ATmega328

I use the ATmega88/168/328 for many of my projects. In the past, I would buy a DIP version of the IC to socket into a breadboard, but honestly, for the price, this board is a much better deal. It comes with all the voltage regulation circuitry and the 328PB is an updated chip in the series. I program these using Atmel Studio and an AVR ISP mkII. If you're interested in learning how to program the ATmega line of microcontrollers, check out my tutorial here: http://www.radiandynamics.com/tutorials/getting-started-with-avr-microcontrollers/

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