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SunilShahu

hi.. i am planning to buy Freeduino DU from embeddedmarket.com.i m new to this board.
The link of product is
http://www.embeddedmarket.com/products/Arduino-Compatible-Freeduino-DU
my question is which board type, com port and data rate to choose in tools option in Arduino software provided at arduino.cc?
is this board is compatible with arduino?

johnwasser

Looks like a direct clone of the Diecimila. 

If it has a ATmega168 processor, select "Arduino Diecimila, Duemilanove, or Nano w/ ATmega168".

If you put in an ATmega328 processor, use "Arduino Duemilanove or Nano w/ ATmega328"

Select the serial port that only shows up in the list when the Arduino is connected.
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simon.monk

I think I have one of them somewhere.

They work fine.
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SunilShahu

Thanx john & Si.. I apriciate your help..

flak

I got the Freeduino-DU yesterday..
It comes with a 328 and the website says its a Duemilanove clone.

It works fine.
The only difference I could see is superficial: it does not have headers on any of its pins and that means I'm looping wires around the pins at the moment ..

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