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juliandm95

I'm working on a proyect where I Use an arduino Nano, but with my own PCB. Does anybody know where can I Buy all the components in a pack or something, so I don't have to buy spare parts? Thanks!

Paul_KD7HB

I'm working on a proyect where I Use an arduino Nano, but with my own PCB. Does anybody know where can I Buy all the components in a pack or something, so I don't have to buy spare parts? Thanks!
SMD components come on tape. Either reels or for smaller quantities, you can buy "cut tape", but each will cost more than each piece on a reel.

Paul

Wawa

Buy a $2 Nano from ebay, remove all the parts, solder them onto your own board  :o
Or, design your board to take a Nano as daughter board.
Leo..

srnet

I would be amazed if anyone would sell all the parts for a Nano seperatly as some form of a kit.

Most people wanting to do a build your own would buy all the parts seperatly. 
No PMs please, they dont get answered.

CrossRoads

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Jun 16, 2020, 02:53 pm Last Edit: Jun 16, 2020, 02:56 pm by CrossRoads
@juliandm95,
Where are you located? You can buy all the parts at Digikey.com.
Just need to go thru the schematic and make yourself a parts list of what to order.

Pay attention to the package types, epsecially RP1 and RP2, little 8-pin x 4 resistor packs.

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Exported from Arduino NanoV3.sch at 6/16/2020 8:46 AM
EAGLE Version 7.7.0 Copyright (c) 1988-2016 CadSoft
Assembly variant:
Part     Value          Device         Package       Library  Sheet
C1       0.1uF          CAP0805-NP     CAP0805-NP    MySMD    1
C2       4.7uF          CAP-TANA-P     TAN-A         MySMD    1
C3       0.1uF          CAP0805-NP     CAP0805-NP    MySMD    1
C4       0.1uF          CAP0805-NP     CAP0805-NP    MySMD    1
C7       0.1uF          CAP0805-NP     CAP0805-NP    MySMD    1
C8       4.7uF          CAP-TANA-P     TAN-A         MySMD    1
C9       0.1uF          CAP0805-NP     CAP0805-NP    MySMD    1
D1       MBR0520        MBR0520        SOD-123       MySMD    1
J1       HEAD15-NOSS    HEAD15-NOSS    HEAD15-NOSS   MyCON2   1
J2       HEAD15-NOSS-1  HEAD15-NOSS-1  HEAD15-NOSS-1 MyCON2   1
J3       USB-MINI-B%C   USB-MINI-B%C   USB-MINI-B_2  MyCON2   1
J4       HEAD3X2        HEAD3X2        HEAD3X2       MyCON2   1
LED1     RED_RX         LED0805        LED0805       MySMD    1
LED2     GREEN_TX       LED0805        LED0805       MySMD    1
LED3     L_AMBER        LED0805        LED0805       MySMD    1
LED4     BLUE           LED0805        LED0805       MySMD    1
RP1      1K             RES4NT         RES4NT        MySMD    1
RP2      330            RES4NT         RES4NT        MySMD    1
SW1      RESET          PB157          157SW         MySMD    1
U1       ATMEGA168-20AU ATMEGA168-20AU QFP032        MySMD    1
U2       FT232RL        FT232RL        SSOP28        MySMD2   1
U3       UA78M05        UA78M05        SOT223        MySMD    1
Y1       16MHz          RESONATORMU    RESONATOR     MySMD2   1
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wilykat

^ the BOM can change depending on which PCB design is used.  I've seen some nano without resistor network, using tiny SMD resistors instead.  I'd check the board design first to verify the BOM before ordering them.

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