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gshubham96

Can i program arduino ng with the same code as for programming arduino uno
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Shubham Garg

retrolefty

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Jun 20, 2011, 06:00 pm Last Edit: Jun 20, 2011, 06:02 pm by retrolefty Reason: 1

Can i program arduino ng with the same code as for programming arduino uno


Yes, within the flash memory size resistriction of the specific chip installed on your NG board. Early versions used a atmega8 chip and later versions used atmega168 chips. That is why there are two different arduino NG board choices avalible in the IDE menu. Also nothing prevents you from inserting a atmega328 chip onto the board if you wish, you just have to select the standard 328 type board.

Lefty


gshubham96

I am using atmega8 8) and also can i replace the atmega 328 mcu in my uno with atmega8 to program it?
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Shubham Garg

retrolefty


I am using atmega8 8) and also can i replace the atmega 328 mcu in my uno with atmega8 to program it?


Yes, as long as you select NG board when you have the atmega8 installed in your Uno board.

Lefty

PaulS

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I am using atmega8 and also can i replace the atmega 328 mcu in my uno with atmega8 to program it?

Why don't you just try some things?

gshubham96

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Why don't you just try some things?

dont wanna risk my arduino's life  :% 8)
thx for the reply
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Shubham Garg

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