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UNO R3 Development Board ATmega328P ATmega16U2 with USB cable for Arduino

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  • Digital I/O Pins: 14 (of which 6 provide PWM output)
  • Flash Memory: 32 KB (ATmega328P) of which 0.5 KB used by bootloader.
  • SRAM: 2 KB (ATmega328P), Operating Voltage 5V
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Product description

The Arduino Uno is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328. 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 jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started.


Product information

Technical Details
BrandChipdot
Form Factorcompact_flash
Item Height9 Millimeters
Item Width6 Centimeters
Item Weight59 g
Product Dimensions7.1 x 6 x 0.9 cm
Item model numberADU-0004
Voltage5 Volts
Operating SystemArduino
Included ComponentsUno R3 development board, USB calbe
  
Additional Information
ASINB00H1HR576
Best Sellers Rank #376 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Date First Available11 June 2014
  
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Purchased this Arduino board few days back, Brand Chipdot, Seller eProLabs. Its working fine. The build quality is as good as original, even though it is a clone it says made in Italy.

No issues with soldiering or anything. the main chip is DIP / Removable. Also, it doesn't uses CH340 chip for USB to serial, which is used by many cheap clones, so it doesn't need any additional drivers. Tested with Windows XP and Windows 7 32bit.

How to Use
1. first download and install the Arduino IDE from the official site Arduino.cc. It will show warning for not signed drivers, ignore those warning and continue.
2. then plug-in the USB cable with Arduino board
3. Windows will detect a new device and start installing drivers from it. Windows installed driver dated 24-Nov-15, version 1.2.3.0 (look under Ports section in device manager)
4. now start Arduino IDE, select the com port from the tools menu
5. open the blink program from examples folder and click upload

In a few secs, TX RX LEDs on board will blink showing data activity. then our blinking LED program will run.

Note to Seller
Faulty USB Cable
The USB cable provided by the seller was faulty, it was able to power the board but not able to make any data connection, so windows was not able to detect the board. Then I used my printer's USB cable and the board was detected/worked fine. Seller should test these cable before sending the package.
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I felt very CHEATED after buying this product due to following reasons:
1. As mentioned in the item description, they didn't give me the Arduino Cable.
2. Even after calling multiple times to the seller they didn't even pick the call.
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APART FROM THE HIGHLY PRICED ORIGINAL BOARD ....

THIS WAS THE CLOSEST I COULD FIND OF A CLONE

EXTREMELY DURABLE , EXCELLENT QUALITY
UNBEATABLE PRICING

MUST GRAB FOR ANY ENTHUSIAST
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Its a clone not a original arduino uno. Used it for my Btech final project.
Pretty good better than most of the clones available on the market you need to purchase the adapter seperately(IF you need it!!)
Worked like a charm and i Got a 'S' for my project too "Hurray"!!!
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Being an open source hardware with schematics freely available to build an arduino board on your own, itis very common to have clones built by other manufacturers for as low as half the price. Thisproduct is definitely another clone but i wouldn't call it a counterfeit. The obvious indicator is the price difference and the packaging. The reason why the original arduino is more expensive than the clones is because they are not mass producer of electronics and mpst of their profits goes into ( as stated in the arduino website)
developing new open source hardware
the documentation
CE/FCC certification
carbon offsetting
quality control
community management
publishing tutorials
make donations to other open source projects
hosting/maintanance website and forum (millions of users!)

This product appears to be manufactured by a hong kong based company called sintron which is designed to be a low cost alternative. The packaging could have been done better but i haven't encountered any problems so far.
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I bought UNO R3 Development board from Circuit Studio. Initially I received a product whose headers were not properly soldered and I wrote an advice to them telling the same.
After some 2-3 weeks later they contacted me and told they took my advice and improved their PCB overall quality, Manufacturing process and asked me if I was interested in replacement.
So I got the replacement and you can clearly tell the difference. Blow are the images of Arduino Board they used to sell before and also the Arduino Board they are selling now.
The quality is simple amazing plus they are not just selling products to make money they are taking customer views/advice and improving accordingly.

Keep up the good work Cricuit Studio :)
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Its the perfect product to start learning arduino.. The packaging is good.Jst search for tutorials on arduino on youtube nd learn it . "jeremy blum" have made a good tutorial nd have used exact same board... So go fr it...
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Bought one from Amazon for 399 (seller - Circuit Studio). Made in India. Build is mediocre. I had to physically tweak the AVR a bit in its IC socket before I managed to upload a sketch. Worse, the headers for mounting shields are severely misaligned. There is no way I can mount a shield without completely redoing the headers. I'm not going to return it because I won't be using shields, but something to look out for.
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