A new ATMega328p board with onboard OLED Display
Arduino

A new ATMega328p board with onboard OLED Display

Made popular by the Arduino based on it, the Atmega328p has become one of the most popular microcontrollers around, thanks to the ease with which it can be programmed using the Arduino IDE. Either as a direct clone of Arduino boards like Uno and Nano or as a new board with an entirely...

Continue Reading
3.790
Views
0 Comments
Pinky32 – The Tiny STM32F030 Development Board you always wanted
Mcu

Pinky32 – The Tiny STM32F030 Development Board you always wanted

The STM32Fo30 is one of the most popular microcontrollers in the STM32 family. It's relative low-power specification and high-resolution ADCs fetched it good followership among designers, as such, it was quite interesting to hear that Czechia-based electronics specialist and Tindie user,...

Continue Reading
3.731
Views
0 Comments
CH3330N – Small and Cheap USB-Serial Converter IC Needs No Crystal
ICUSB

CH3330N – Small and Cheap USB-Serial Converter IC Needs No Crystal

Recently the hobbyist market has seen the appearance of the Air602 low-cost ARM WiFi module. This module might be a potential competitor of ESP8266, another low-cost powerful WiFi module, that took the electronics hobbyists by storm long ago and is still extremely popular. But what's...

Continue Reading
10.186
Views
0 Comments
CH340E, A New Small Serial to USB Chip
IC

CH340E, A New Small Serial to USB Chip

WCH, a Chinese integrated circuits manufacturer, has just released a new serial to USB chip called CH340E. Unlike other CH340 chips, it doesn't require an external crystal and also needs less PCB space and BOM. CH340 is a 3x3mm tiny chip comes in MSOP10 package and has 10...

Continue Reading
11.848
Views
0 Comments
samDEV_09 – Mini devboard for Atmel’s SAMD09 ARM Cortex M0+ Microcontroller
Mcu

samDEV_09 – Mini devboard for Atmel’s SAMD09 ARM Cortex M0+ Microcontroller

A Basic board to test the Atmel SAMD09. On board there is also a CH340 uart to usb bridge Build this board to getting started with the SAMD microcontroller family after I made the mistake to try the much bigger SAMD21 first. The SAMD09 used here is he smallest from this family and...

Continue Reading
5.319
Views
0 Comments

Join 97,918 other subscribers

Archives