Go Down

Topic: Arduino UNO Pinout Diagram (Read 164424 times) previous topic - next topic

scottyjr

Wow! Awesome job and THANKS! - Scotty

pighixxx

The Arduino MEGA version is on line

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,146511.0.html

Bye

pighixxx

The AtMega1284p version is out. :smiley-sweat:



Files on first post.

pighixxx

and the ATMega644p



and it's all for today ... XD

CrossRoads

Couple comments -
Missing INT2 on PB2

Arduino pinout- can you add the alternate Bobuino Pinout?  I think its more useful
Code: [Select]

// ATMEL ATMEGA1284P on Bobuino
//
//                       +---\/---+
//           (D 4) PB0 1 |        | 40 PA0 (D 21) AI 7
//           (D 5) PB1 2 |        | 39 PA1 (D 20) AI 6
//      INT2 (D 6) PB2 3 |        | 38 PA2 (D 19) AI 5
//       PWM (D 7) PB3 4 |        | 37 PA3 (D 18) AI 4
//   PWM/SS (D 10) PB4 5 |        | 36 PA4 (D 17) AI 3
//     MOSI (D 11) PB5 6 |        | 35 PA5 (D 16) AI 2
// PWM/MISO (D 12) PB6 7 |        | 34 PA6 (D 15) AI 1
//  PWM/SCK (D 13) PB7 8 |        | 33 PA7 (D 14) AI 0
//                 RST 9 |        | 32 AREF
//                VCC 10 |        | 31 GND
//                GND 11 |        | 30 AVCC
//              XTAL2 12 |        | 29 PC7 (D 29)
//              XTAL1 13 |        | 28 PC6 (D 28)
//      RX0 (D 0) PD0 14 |        | 27 PC5 (D 27) TDI
//      TX0 (D 1) PD1 15 |        | 26 PC4 (D 26) TDO
// INT0 RX1 (D 2) PD2 16 |        | 25 PC3 (D 25) TMS
// INT1 TX1 (D 3) PD3 17 |        | 24 PC2 (D 24) TCK
//     PWM (D 30) PD4 18 |        | 23 PC1 (D 23) SDA
//      PWM (D 8) PD5 19 |        | 22 PC0 (D 22) SCL
//      PWM (D 9) PD6 20 |        | 21 PD7 (D 31) PWM
//                       +--------+
//

Designing & building electrical circuits for over 25 years.  Screw Shield for Mega/Due/Uno,  Bobuino with ATMega1284P, & other '328P & '1284P creations & offerings at  my website.

retrolefty

When you get to chips that arduino doesn't make an 'offical' board for (644P/1284P,etc) then your chart is going to be the reflection of just one persons or one companies decision on what 'arduino' abstracted pin number to use with which port/pins on the AVR chip in question.

As a minimum your chart should state who's pins_arduino.h file was used in the rendition of the pin outs. Otherwise there could be lots of confusion for some users of these 'non-standard-arduino' AVR chips

Lefty

pighixxx


Couple comments -
Missing INT2 on PB2

Arduino pinout- can you add the alternate Bobuino Pinout?  I think its more useful


INT2 corrected and this is a Bobuino version:



The pdf file is on first post.  ;)

pighixxx


When you get to chips that arduino doesn't make an 'offical' board for (644P/1284P,etc) then your chart is going to be the reflection of just one persons or one companies decision on what 'arduino' abstracted pin number to use with which port/pins on the AVR chip in question.

As a minimum your chart should state who's pins_arduino.h file was used in the rendition of the pin outs. Otherwise there could be lots of confusion for some users of these 'non-standard-arduino' AVR chips

Lefty



It 's true. Each person makes their own version. The solution is to create an editable PDF.
I'm working on.

pighixxx

Ok, this is a editable version:
PinOut ATMega1284p - Editable Version

If you like it, I can do a editable version for all processors.  :smiley-roll-sweat:

CrossRoads

nice work pighixxx - I've got this thread bookmarked!
Designing & building electrical circuits for over 25 years.  Screw Shield for Mega/Due/Uno,  Bobuino with ATMega1284P, & other '328P & '1284P creations & offerings at  my website.

pighixxx

The ATMega2560 Pinout is on line here.  :D

yOPERO

Any plans of releasing something for the leonardo (atmega32u4)?
Engineering is the art of
making what you want from
things you can get.

     

[SOLUCIONADO]

pighixxx


Any plans of releasing something for the leonardo (atmega32u4)?


Yes,
I'm working on.  :D

yOPERO

Thanks, I will be waiting for that one.
Engineering is the art of
making what you want from
things you can get.

     

[SOLUCIONADO]

yojimbo

I wasn't even a member of this forum, just a constant lurker.
I had to register just so I could say THANK YOU and amazing work.
This will be incredibly useful for someone with such a shoddy memory as I.

:)

Go Up
 


Please enter a valid email to subscribe

Confirm your email address

We need to confirm your email address.
To complete the subscription, please click the link in the email we just sent you.

Thank you for subscribing!

Arduino
via Egeo 16
Torino, 10131
Italy