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Are you a passionate DIY enthusiast or an aspiring inventor? Look no further! The Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V/8MHz ATMEGA328P Board is your gateway to endless possibilities. This compact and powerful microcontroller board is designed to bring your creative ideas to life. The Arduino Pro Mini features an ATmega328 microcontroller that provides 14 digital input/output pins, 6 PWM ports, and 6 analog inputs. Its 8MHz bootloader ensures smooth and efficient operation. Measuring just 5 x 3 x 2cms, this board is perfect for projects where space is limited. Its small size makes it ideal for embedding into objects or exhibitions seamlessly.
Are you looking for a board that offers exceptional performance and connectivity options? The Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V/8MHz ATMEGA328P Board has got you covered!*
With a 3.3V circuit operating voltage and an 8MHz clock frequency, this board ensures stable and efficient performance for your projects.
The Pro Mini comes equipped with 6 PWM ports (D3, D5, D6, D9, D10, and D11) that allow you to control motors, servos, and other devices precisely.
The onboard resonator and reset button make it easy to connect and program the board without any hassle. The Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V/8MHz ATMEGA328P Board is not just a microcontroller; it's a gateway to a world of possibilities. From robotics and automation to IoT projects and sensor applications, this board is suitable for a wide range of projects.
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|Circuit Operating Voltage
|Digital I/O Pins
|Analog input port
|8 A0 ~ A7
|6 (D3, D5, D6, D9, D10, D11)
|5 x 3 x 2cms
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Yes, the ATmega328P microcontroller can run on a voltage of 3.3V.
The ATmega328P has a recommended operating voltage range of 1.8V to 5.5V, which means it can be powered by a wide range of voltages. However, it's important to note that the clock speed of the microcontroller is dependent on the voltage applied. At lower voltages, the clock speed may need to be reduced to maintain stability.
If you plan to run the ATmega328P at 3.3V, you should ensure that any other components in your circuit, such as sensors or ICs, are also compatible with that voltage. Additionally, it may be necessary to adjust the programming of the microcontroller to ensure that it runs properly at the lower voltage.
The difference between the 3.3V and 5V Pro Mini is the voltage at which they operate.
The 3.3V Pro Mini is designed to operate at a voltage of 3.3 volts, while the 5V Pro Mini is designed to operate at a voltage of 5 volts. This difference in voltage affects the maximum clock speed of the microcontroller and the operating range of the connected components.
When running at 3.3V, the microcontroller on the 3.3V Pro Mini will operate at a lower clock speed than the same microcontroller running at 5V. This is because the clock speed of the microcontroller is proportional to the voltage applied. Therefore, the 3.3V Pro Mini may not be as fast as the 5V Pro Mini, but it can be useful in applications where lower power consumption is required.
Another difference between the two Pro Minis is the operating range of the connected components. Most components are designed to operate within a certain voltage range, and using a component outside of its specified range can cause damage. Therefore, if your project requires components that operate at a specific voltage, you will need to choose the Pro Mini that matches that voltage.