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pighixxx

Feb 13, 2013, 04:47 pm Last Edit: Aug 01, 2014, 12:31 pm by pighixxx Reason: 1
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Hi, All

finally the pinout of Arduino Micro.  :D



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MasterHamster

Yesterday i've thinked to ask you about micro, but you are too fast. :-)
Great work.
Thanks!

epicycloid

I think you may have an issue with the analog pin numbering on this diagram.

The analog pins in your diagram do not seem the same as the "official" diagram here: http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardMicro

And the official pins may have an issue too. This thread seems to identify a numbering problem that I was confused by with the pins and the board itself: http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,141122.0.html

robo_kid22

I'd be really interested in an Arduino Nano 3.0 diagram in this format!

microtherion

Lovely!

One typo: "reccomended" should be "recommended".

Also a policy question regarding pin 26: The only way to get a PWM signal out of it is as the inverted signal of pin 27. It cannot be independently controlled in the Arduino sense (i.e. with analogWrite()). Does this still count as a PWM pin for the purpose of your diagrams?

pighixxx


Lovely!

One typo: "reccomended" should be "recommended".


Thanks!
'll Fix soon


Also a policy question regarding pin 26: The only way to get a PWM signal out of it is as the inverted signal of pin 27. It cannot be independently controlled in the Arduino sense (i.e. with analogWrite()). Does this still count as a PWM pin for the purpose of your diagrams?


It 's true, but in all diagrams I reported the exact processor pinout. Shortly I will make new drawings and I will indicate it.
Bye, Pighixxxx

GoForSmoke

How different is that to a Teensy++ 2.0?

I find it harder to express logic in English than in Code.
Sometimes an example says more than many times as many words.

pighixxx


How different is that to a Teensy++ 2.0?


I've found this:
http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/pinout.html

I do not know the card but seems to have an Arduino compatible mode.

GoForSmoke

I was wondering more about the chip and capabilities. Last I knew, the Teensy makers paid into Arduino.

Yes they have compatibility and software that allows use of the IDE giving extra options. They are nice especially for HID.

I find it harder to express logic in English than in Code.
Sometimes an example says more than many times as many words.

Jorgie

I think D7 should have  the AINO box turned Green.
D7 should  not be a digital only pin as it's used for the comparator input also.

liudr


bwinter88

What is with these pin numbers?! They are completely whack!

Or am I just looking at it wrong?

For instance what is clearly marked "13" on the physical Micro is somehow pin 32 on this diagram...  :smiley-eek-blue:

liudr

Gray is chip pin, 13 in white is arduino pin.

bwinter88

Ah I see, that makes sense.

I wish the arduino pin numbering was more prominent.

liudr

Chip physical pins don't concern you. If you are using port manipulation or designing a board based on this IC, then you need to know physical pin locations.

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