Arduino Uno Hardware Manual
The Arduino Uno Hardware Manual is a reference and user guide for the Arduino Uno hardware and firmware that provides up-to-date information for the popular Arduino Uno open-source electronics platform.
At last a hardware manual that explains the Arduino Uno hardware and firmware. Get all the information that you need on the hardware and firmware found on Arduino Uno boards in this handy reference and user guide. Ideal for the workbench or desktop. Everyone from beginners to advanced users can benefit from this easy to use guide.
Some of the features of the Arduino Uno Hardware Manual include:
- Contains all of the Arduino Uno hardware information in one place
- Covers Arduino / Genuino Uno revision 3 (R3 or REV3) and earlier boards including recent updates to R3 boards
- Easily find hardware technical specifications with explanations
- Use the pin reference chapter with interfacing examples when building Arduino Uno projects or designing a shield
- Diagrams and illustration provide easy reference to alternate pin functions and hardware connections
- Learn to back up and restore firmware on the ATmega328P and ATmega16U2 microcontrollers on the Arduino Uno board, or load new firmware
- Basic fault finding and repair procedures show how to test a new Arduino Uno or repair a faulty one
- Power supply circuits are simplified and explained
- Mechanical dimensions are split into five easy to reference diagrams
- Find the circuit diagram or schematic in this book, as well as a parts list and a board layout reference to easily locate components on an Arduino Uno board
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Arduino is the easy to use open-source electronics platform used by hobbyists, makers, hackers, experimenters, educators and professionals. Find the Arduino website at www.arduino.cc where more information can be found on the Arduino Uno and other Arduino boards.