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Barebones Arduino Circuit Kit
There are many reasons to want an
circuit on a
. Building the Arduino-compatible circuit on the breadboard or PCB takes up much less space than trying to stuff a standard Arduino board inside your project. Some projects don't always require every pin to be used on the I/O headers, or maybe you won't be using a
, but you still want the brain of the Arduino at the heart of your project.
For a step-by-step guide to assemble the circuit, visit the
Jameco Workshop page
Part No. Qty. Description 2129334 1 IC, ATmega328P, DIP-28, Optiboot bootloader 526248 1 Socket, IC, 28-pin, 0.3" 51262 1 IC, 5V regulator, 7805T 333973 1 LED, Red, 660nm, T1-3/4 (Replaced 334035) 693901 1 LED, Green, 565nm, T1-3/4 691104 1 Resistor, 1/4W, 10K Ω 690689 2 Resistor, 1/4W, 180 Ω 29891 2 Capacitor, radial, 10µF, 50V 325139 or 137891 1 Crystal, 16 MHz, low-profile 15405 2 Capacitor, ceramic disc, 22pF, 50V 15270 or 2146311 1 Capacitor, ceramic disc, 0.1µF, 50V 153251 1 Switch, pushbutton, OFF-(ON) 153700 1 Header, 6-pin, 1-row, vertical, 0.1" 242114 1 IC, 3.3V regulator, LM1117T-3.3 94078 2 Capacitor, tantalum, 10µF, 25V Optional Components:
You may already have some of these components laying around in your toolbox, but just in case you need some hook-up wire or a power option, we've listed some below.
Solid Hook-Up Wire - 22 AWG
Wire Jumper Kits
Breadboard, 830 point, 6.5" x 2.125"
FTDI Breakout Board, 5V, USB to Serial
USB-A to USB Mini-B Cable
(for use with FTDI breakout board)
Power Supply, Wall adapter, 9V @ 1.2A
DC Power Jack, 2.1mm
(Panel & PCB mountable)
Resources & Downloads Circuit schematic (on last page of datasheet) Arduino Documentary: Open Source Hardware is Here Check out more fun and exciting electronic kits
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