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Arduino Due Original

Arduino Due Original

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  • This is Arduino Due Original manufactured by Arduino Officials.
  • Unleash your creativity with the Arduino Due Original, a 32-bit ARM core powerhouse for limitless project possibilities.
  • Experience lightning-fast performance and optimized processing speeds with the Atmel SAM3X8E microcontroller.
  • From robotics to home automation, the Arduino Due Original is your go-to board for versatile applications.
  • Connect and communicate effortlessly with a wide range of devices through its abundant I/O pins, USB port, Ethernet connectivity, and SD card slot.
  • Trust in the reliability and stability of the original Arduino, backed by a thriving community of creators and innovators.
  • Get exceptional value with the Arduino Due Original's competitive pricing, providing unbeatable features and performance at an affordable cost.
  • Robocraze is the authorized seller of Arduino products in India and you can buy Arduino Due board at best prices from Robocraze.

Arduino Due Board Original

Introducing the Arduino Due Original, the groundbreaking microcontroller board based on the Atmel SAM3X8E ARM Cortex-M3 CPU. This board is the first Arduino with a 32-bit ARM core microcontroller, unlocking a new level of performance and capabilities for your projects.

Featuring 54 digital input/output pins, including 12 PWM outputs, and 12 analog inputs, the Arduino Due Original provides exceptional flexibility for connecting various sensors, actuators, and components. With its powerful 32-bit core, you can perform operations on 4 bytes of data within a single CPU clock, enabling rapid and efficient execution of complex tasks.

The Arduino Due Original comes equipped with 96KBytes of SRAM and 512KBytes of flash memory, allowing you to store and run your code with ease. Additionally, it features a DMA (Direct Memory Access) controller that offloads memory-intensive tasks from the CPU, optimizing overall performance.

Pinout Of Arduino Due Original

The Arduino Due board contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a micro-USB cable or power it with an AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. The Due is compatible with all Arduino shields that work at 3.3V and are compliant with the 1.0 Arduino pinout.

Note: Robocraze is the authorized seller of Arduino in India. Therefore, even if you are in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, or Pune, you can order and buy Arduino Due online from the comfort of your home.

Versatile Applications:

Whether you're a hobbyist, a professional developer, or an educational institution, the Arduino Due Original caters to a wide range of applications. From building interactive art installations to crafting complex automation systems, this board is a versatile solution that adapts to your specific needs. Its broad compatibility with various shields and sensors makes it ideal for prototyping, testing, and bringing your ideas to life.

Abundant Connectivity:

The Arduino Due Original comes equipped with an impressive array of connectivity options. With its extensive I/O pins, including digital and analog inputs and outputs, you have the freedom to connect and interface with a multitude of external devices. The USB port enables easy communication with your computer, while the Ethernet connectivity allows for network integration. Additionally, the SD card slot provides expanded storage capabilities for data logging and file management.

Reliable Development:

As the original best Arduino board, the Arduino Due Original offers the utmost reliability and stability. It provides a consistent development environment that ensures seamless integration with the Arduino software ecosystem. The extensive community support, vast libraries, and countless online resources empower you to find solutions, troubleshoot issues, and share knowledge with fellow enthusiasts. With the Arduino Due Original, you can focus on what truly matters—your project.

Competitive Pricing:

We understand the importance of affordability without compromising on quality. That's why the Arduino Due Original offers exceptional value at a competitive price point. You get a feature-rich development board with unparalleled performance at a cost that won't break the bank. Whether you're a student, an entrepreneur, or a professional, this board is a wise investment for your creative endeavours.

Join a Thriving Community:

By choosing the Arduino Due Original, you become part of a vibrant community of creators, innovators, and learners. Share your projects, seek inspiration, and collaborate with like-minded individuals from around the world. The Arduino community is a treasure trove of knowledge and support, enabling you to grow and expand your skills as you embark on your development journey.

Order Your Arduino Due Original Today:

Don't miss out on the opportunity to take your projects to new heights. Embrace the power, versatility, and reliability of the Arduino Due Original. Place your order today and unlock a world of endless possibilities in electronics, programming, and beyond.

Remember, the Arduino Due Original is just one of many remarkable development boards available. Explore our extensive collection of Arduino boards to find the perfect board that suits your specific needs. Together, let's shape the future of innovation!

Also, read our blog on the best Arduino board explaining the different types of Arduino boards and how to select the right Arduino board for your needs.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x Arduino Due Original Board

Features of Arduino Due Original

Model Type

Arduino Due

Microcontroller Chip


Input Voltage (limit)


Input Voltage(Recommended)


Analog I/O Pins


Digital I/O Pins

54 (of which 12 provide PWM output)

Analog Output Pins

2 (DAC)

Clock Speed

84 MHz

Flash Memory

512 KB all available for the user applications


96 KB (two banks: 64KB and 32KB)

DC Current for 3.3V Pin

800 mA

DC Current per I/O Pin

130 mA

On-Board LEDs


Operating Temperature (°C)

-20 to 80

Weight (gm)


Length (mm)


Width (mm)


Height (mm)


Shipment Weight

0.12 kg

Shipment Dimensions

12 × 6 × 3 cm

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1.What is special about the Arduino Due?

The Arduino Due is the first Arduino board that is built around a 32-bit ARM core microcontroller. It is the ideal board for powerful larger scale Arduino projects, with 54 digital input/output pins and 12 analogue inputs.

2.Where is Arduino Due used?

The ARDUINO DUE is a board with an ARM controller designed for electronic engineers and hobbyists. The ARM architecture has had a significant impact on modern electronics. We use controllers based on the ARM architecture everywhere. ARM controllers, for example, are used in mobile phones, iPods, and computers.

3.Does the Arduino Due have I2C?

The Arduino Due has two I2C/TWI interfaces, SDA1 and SCL1, which are close to the AREF pin, and another on pins 20 and 21. The table below shows where TWI pins are located on various Arduino boards as a reference.

4. What is Arduino Due Original?

The Arduino Due Original is a potent microcontroller board with a 32-bit ARM core, 54 digital I/O pins, 12 PWM outputs, 12 analog inputs, 4 UARTs, and an 84 MHz clock. It provides 96KB SRAM and 512KB flash for code storage. It supports 3.3V Arduino shields and suits robotics, home automation, sensor networks, and IoT projects. Connect it to a computer or power source via micro-USB cable or adapter to unleash its capabilities. Suitable for beginners and experienced enthusiasts alike.

5. What are the key features of Arduino Due Original?

The Arduino Due Original is a powerful microcontroller board with key features:

  • Based on AT91SAM3X8E ARM Cortex-M3 CPU.
  • Input voltage range of 6-16V (recommended 7-12V).
  • 12 analog input and 54 digital I/O pins (12 PWM outputs).
  • 2 analog output pins (DAC).
  • Clock speed of 84 MHz.
  • 512 KB flash memory, 96 KB SRAM.
  • On-board LEDs for feedback and debugging.
  • Temperature range: -20 to 80°C.
  • Compact design (102mm x 54mm x 25mm, 36g).

Great for electronics enthusiasts, makers, and professionals. Compatible with Arduino shields.

6. How does Arduino Due Original differ from other Arduino boards?

The Arduino Due Original differs from other Arduino boards in several aspects, making it a unique and powerful choice for microcontroller-based projects. Here are the key differences between the Arduino Due Original and other Arduino boards:

  • Microcontroller Chip: The Arduino Due Original is based on the AT91SAM3X8E ARM Cortex-M3 CPU microcontroller chip, while other Arduino boards may use different microcontroller chips such as AVR or ARM Cortex-M0.
  • 32-bit Architecture: The Arduino Due Original is the first Arduino board based on a 32-bit ARM core microcontroller, providing increased processing power and performance compared to 8-bit Arduino boards.
  • Higher Clock Speed: The Arduino Due Original operates at a clock speed of 84 MHz, which is higher than the clock speeds of many other Arduino boards. This allows for faster execution of instructions and more efficient processing.
  • More Input/Output Pins: The Arduino Due Original offers 54 digital input/output pins, of which 12 can be used as PWM outputs. This provides greater flexibility for connecting and controlling external devices compared to Arduino boards with fewer pins.
  • Increased Memory: The Arduino Due Original has 512 KB of flash memory for storing code and 96 KB of SRAM for data storage during program execution. This increased memory capacity enables the implementation of more complex and resource-intensive projects.
  • 3.3V Operation: Unlike most Arduino boards that operate at 5V, the Arduino Due Original runs at 3.3V. This should be taken into consideration when interfacing with external components that operate at different voltage levels.
  • Compatibility with Shields: The Arduino Due Original is compatible with shields designed for the Arduino 1.0 pinout and operating at 3.3V. This allows for easy integration with a wide range of existing Arduino shields and expansion modules.

These differences make the Arduino Due Original well-suited for applications that require more processing power, memory capacity, and input/output capabilities. It is particularly suitable for projects involving data-intensive tasks, high-speed communication, and advanced control systems.

7. Can Arduino Due Original be used by beginners?

The Arduino Due Original can be used by beginners, but it may require some additional effort and understanding compared to entry-level Arduino boards. Here are a few factors to consider:

  • Advanced Features: The Arduino Due Original is a more advanced board with a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller, higher clock speed, and more input/output pins. While these features offer increased capabilities, they may also introduce complexities for beginners who are new to microcontrollers and electronics.
  • 3.3V Operation: Unlike most Arduino boards that operate at 5V, the Arduino Due Original operates at 3.3V. This voltage difference may require careful consideration when selecting and connecting external components, such as sensors and actuators, as they may need to be compatible with 3.3V logic levels.
  • Programming Language: Arduino boards are programmed using the Arduino programming language, which is based on C/C++. While the basics of programming are applicable across Arduino boards, some advanced features and libraries specific to the ARM Cortex-M3 architecture may require additional learning for beginners.
  • Community and Resources: Arduino boards have a large and supportive community, with extensive documentation, tutorials, and example projects available online. However, since the Arduino Due Original is less commonly used than some other Arduino boards, the availability of beginner-friendly resources may be relatively limited compared to more popular models.

Despite these considerations, with proper guidance, learning resources, and patience, beginners can still use the Arduino Due Original for their projects. It offers a more powerful platform for advanced projects and provides a learning opportunity to delve into the world of 32-bit microcontrollers. It's advisable for beginners to start with simpler Arduino boards, gain some experience, and gradually transition to more advanced boards like the Arduino Due Original as they become more comfortable with electronics and programming concepts.

8. What programming language is used with Arduino Due Original?

Arduino Due Original uses the Arduino programming language, based on C++. It simplifies code writing, offers libraries, and functions for hardware interaction. The language is beginner-friendly, allows defining functions/variables, and performs operations like standard C++. The Arduino IDE provides a user-friendly interface for code writing and uploading. Arduino programming language controls digital/analog I/O, communicates with other devices using I2C, SPI, UART protocols, and interacts with sensors/components. Learning Arduino unlocks its potential for various projects, from LED blinking to robotics and IoT. 

9. Are there any compatible shields for Arduino Due Original?

Yes, there are several compatible shields available for the Arduino Due Original. Shields are add-on boards that can be easily attached to an Arduino board to provide additional functionality and features. Since the Arduino Due Original is compatible with the standard Arduino R3 form factor, it can work with a wide range of shields designed for Arduino boards.

Here are some examples of compatible shields for the Arduino Due Original:

  • Ethernet Shield: This shield allows you to add Ethernet connectivity to your Arduino Due Original, enabling it to connect to the internet and communicate with other devices over a network.
  • Motor Shield: The Motor Shield is designed for controlling motors and can be used with the Arduino Due Original to drive DC motors, stepper motors, and servo motors.
  • LCD Shield: LCD shields provide an interface to connect and control LCD displays with the Arduino Due Original. They typically include buttons or a keypad for user input and can be used to create simple user interfaces.
  • WiFi Shield: WiFi shields enable wireless connectivity and allow the Arduino Due Original to connect to WiFi networks, making it possible to create IoT projects and communicate with other devices wirelessly.
  • Bluetooth Shield: Bluetooth shields add Bluetooth communication capabilities to the Arduino Due Original, allowing it to interact with Bluetooth-enabled devices such as smartphones, tablets, and other Arduino boards.

These are just a few examples, and there are many other shields available for various purposes, including sensor shields, relay shields, GPS shields, and more. When choosing a shield, make sure it is compatible with the Arduino Due Original and supports the features and functionality you require for your project.

10. How can I power Arduino Due Original?

The Arduino Due Original can be powered in multiple ways: via USB, DC power jack, VIN pin, or 3.3V pin. Ensure voltage is within specified range and polarity is correct. Note the higher current draw compared to other Arduino boards. Refer to documentation for detailed power requirements.

11. What is the maximum voltage Arduino Due Original can tolerate?

The Arduino Due Original has a maximum input voltage of 16V, but it is recommended to use 7V to 12V for optimal performance and safety. Going beyond this limit can damage the board, so it's important to follow the specified voltage range. A regulated power supply within the recommended range is advised for stable and safe operation. Consult the official documentation or manufacturer's guidelines for further details on voltage tolerances and operating conditions.

12. Can I connect Arduino Due Original to a computer?

To connect an Arduino Due Original board to a computer, follow these steps:

  • Turn off the board.
  • Connect it to the computer via USB cable.
  • The computer should detect it as a USB device and install necessary drivers automatically. If not, install Arduino IDE software.
  • Open Arduino IDE software.
  • In the software, select "Arduino Due (Programming Port)" under "Board" in the "Tools" menu.
  • Use Arduino IDE to write, compile, and upload code to the board.

Note: The Programming Port is used for USB communication, while the Native Port is for serial communication and debugging. Refer to Arduino documentation for more details.