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Mike Perks

The Oak Micros om328p with Arduino bootloader is a full-featured Arduino compatible with USB in a 28-pin 600mil format; that is twice the width of a mega328p PDIP chip but containing all of the circuitry required for full Arduino compatibility. There are even 2 extra LEDs for monitoring port I/O.

The om328p has a complete User Guide and Reference with details on how to setup and use the device. It has 22 I/O pins which includes the standard 14 digitial I/O pins and a full complement of 8 analog pins.

The om328p has similar function to the Arduino Nano but is smaller and simpler. This Youtube video of 16 om328p devices illustrates its small size compared to the Nano which can only fit 12 on a breadboard. The om328p has all of its components on a single side of a 2-sided PCB measuring 1.4" by 0.7" (36mm x 18mm). Think of it as an "Arduino Pico".

The om328p sells at an introductory price of $29.95 (same as the Arduino Duemilanove). Visit the Oak Micros shop to purchase the om328p or any of our other 9 microcontroller devices.
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Mike Perks
OakMicros.com
Mike Perks
oakmicros.com
See our om328p Arduino Compatible

TBAr

This looks very promising.  I'm looking for a board that can fit into a computer mouse-sized enclosure for a project.  I'll review the documentation.

Coding Badly


Mike Perks

The top of the board is very tightly packed as you can see so there wasn't quite room for any notation. Below is a picture of the underneath that does show the pin numbering. Pin 1 is near the USB socket and it is just a matter of counting around. The photograph also shows the (18 mil) round pins that I am using that will fit into a standard 28-pin IC socket or female SIP headers.



Here are a couple of pictures from the User Guide and Reference that show overlays of AVR and Arduino digital/analog I/O pins. The "top" 8 pins (1-4, 25-28) follow the usual "Stamp" format. I think you will find the documentation quite extensive in terms of covering configuration, setup, and use of the device.



Mike
oakmicros.com
Mike Perks
oakmicros.com
See our om328p Arduino Compatible

westfw

Is that board only two layers?  That's pretty impressive!

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