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Arduino is a popular open-source hardware project that is a single-board microcontroller, designed to make the process of using electronics in multidisciplinary projects more accessible. The hardware consists of a simple open hardware design for the Arduino board with an Atmel AVR processor and on-board input/output support. The software consists of a standard programming language compiler and the boot loader that runs on the board.

Arduino Board Models[edit | edit source]

Arduino Processor Frequency Voltage Flash
kB
EEPROM
kB
SRAM
kB
Digital I/O
pins
...with
PWM
Analog input
pins
USB Interface
type
Other
I/O
Dimensions Release date
ADK ATmega2560 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 256 4 8 54 14 16 8U2 MAX3421E
USB Host
7000450000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02011-07-13July 13, 2011[1]
BT (Bluetooth) ATmega328 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 32 1 2 14 4 6 None Bluegiga WT11 Bluetooth 7000380000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02007-10-22October 22, 2007[2]
Diecimila ATmega168 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 16 0.5 1 14 6 6 FTDI 7000340000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02007-10-22October 22, 2007[3]
Due[4] AT91SAM3X8E 700184000000000000084 MHz 3.3 V 512 0[5] 96 54 12 12 16U2
+ native host[6]
2 DAC 7000450000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02012-10-22October 22, 2012[7]
Duemilanove ATmega168/328P 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 16/32 0.5/1 1/2 14 6 6 FTDI 7000340000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02008-10-19October 19, 2008[8]
Esplora Atmega32u4 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 32 1 2.5 32u4 Analog joystick, four buttons, several sensors, 2 TinkerKit inputs and 2 outputs, LCD connector 7000690000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02012-12-10December 10, 2012
Ethernet ATmega328 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 32 1 2 14 4 6 None Wiznet Ethernet 7000340000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02011-07-13July 13, 2011[9]
Fio ATmega328P 70008000000000000008 MHz 3.3 V 32 1 2 14 6 8 None 7000280000000099999Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02010-03-18March 18, 2010[10]
Leonardo Atmega32u4 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 32 1 2 14 6 12 32u4 7000340000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02012-07-23July 23, 2012[11]
LilyPad ATmega168V or ATmega328V 70008000000000000008 MHz 2.7-5.5 V 16 0.5 1 14 6 6 None 7000200000000000000Template:Convert/inTemplate:Convert/test/Aon ⌀ 02007-10-17October 17, 2007[12]
Mega ATmega1280 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 128 4 8 54 14 16 FTDI 7000450000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02009-03-26March 26, 2009[13]
Mega2560 ATmega2560 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 256 4 8 54 14 16 8U2/16U2 7000450000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02010-09-24September 24, 2010[14]
Nano ATmega168 or ATmega328 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 16/32 0.5/1 1/2 14 6 8 FTDI 7000190000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02008-05-15May 15, 2008[15]
Uno ATmega328P 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 32 1 2 14 6 6 8U2/16U2 7000340000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02010-09-24September 24, 2010[16]
Micro ATmega32u4 700116000000000000016 MHz 5 V 32 1 2.5 20 7 12 7000200000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02012-11-08November 8, 2012[17]
Pro Mini ATmega168 70008000000000000008 MHz (3.3 V model) or 16 MHz (5 V model) 5 V or 3.3 V 16 0.5 1 14 6 6 7000150000000000000Template:Convert/xTemplate:Convert/test/Aon 02008-08-23August 23, 2008[18]

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