Arduino pro micro 5V 16MHz - clone

Arduino pro micro 5V 16MHz - clone
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Description

The Arduino pro micro is actually the small version of the Arduino Leonardo, based on the ATmega32u4. Due to its size, the board contains 12 digital input / output pins (5 of which can be used as PWM outputs), 4 (10 bit) ADC inputs, a 16 MHz crystal and a micro USB connection. Connect the sign to the computer and you can start immediately.

These boards, like the Leonardo, differ from previous boards, because the ATmega32u4 contains built-in USB communication, so that only a single microprocessor is needed on the board. This allows the board to be connected directly and used as a mouse or keyboard, because the USB communication goes through the same chip, the Arduino will log on and log off as a USB system when it is programmed or reset.

This Arduino is a clone, which means that this sign was not built in the original factory. The only difference between original and clones is that these Arduinos are cheaper. All components and circuits are otherwise identical.

Properties

Spanning5 V
Input voltage7 V - 12 V
Flash memory32 KB
Digital I/O12
PWM5
Stroom per I/O40 mA
MicrocontrollerATmega32U4
Clock speed16 MHz
EEPROM1 KB
SRAM2,5 KB
Analoog I / O4

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Question and answer

QThe NetherlandsBlankaBy the way, this is not a clone of a "real" Arduino, but it is a design by Sparkfun, they also put all designs open-source, and so they are cloned.
QThe NetherlandsBartDoes this sign come complete with headers?View1 answer  |   Answer this question

Reviews

The Netherlands
4 stars
The marking at the pins is not really neatly printed and therefore difficult to read. However, there is nothing wrong with a schematic drawing. Furthermore, a nice thing, precisely because it is so small fits easily in all kinds of USB HID applications.
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The Netherlands
5 stars
Perfect
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The Netherlands
5 stars
Well packaged, delivered promptly
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The Netherlands
4 stars
Good working Leonardo (32h4). nice and compact.
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The Netherlands
5 stars
Also seems to work well, good clone.
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