Arduino Uno is the ideal board for getting started with electronics, through fun and engaging hands-on projects. This board is your entry to the unique Arduino experience: great for learning the basics of how sensors and actuators work, and an essential tool for your rapid prototyping needs. Arduino Uno Rev3 is the most used and documented board in the Arduino family. Thanks to the lively and helpful community surrounding the Arduino Uno, no one will find themselves without support.
Arduino Uno Rev3 is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P, an 8-bit microcontroller with 32KB of Flash memory and 2KB of RAM. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started.
The Uno board is the first in a series of USB boards and it is the reference model for the Arduino platform; for an extensive list of current, past or outdated boards see the Comparison Page.
|Digital I/O Pins||6|
|Analog Input Pins||6|
|Flash Memory||32 KB|
|Clock Speed||16 MHz|
The Uno is open-source hardware! These are the relevant files:
If you want more information about programming the Arduino Uno or how to interface hardware with it, please go to the Product Page.
Arduino Uno Rev3 is programmed, as all the other Arduino boards with the Arduino Software (IDE) that you can download for free.
The PIC18F4550 USB Dev Kit is loaded with features, including a large 32kb of program memory, optimized for C programs. The PIC18F4550 Development Board comes complete with the Microchip PIC18F4550 microcontroller pre-installed, together with the necessary crystal and power supply components, for a ready-to-run solution. Simply connect the power and download your program, using the easy to use programming interface and software, and your ready to start exploring the new PIC18 USB.
PIC18F USB Dev Kit Programs can be downloaded or updated directly to the microcontroller using the USB in-circuit programming interface together with a suitable programmer or MPLabs HID Bootloader software.
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Pushbuttons and LED's are also included on our development board for testing and developing your code. This board is the ideal for applications requiring a USB Connection together with a large number of A/D inputs for monitoring and control.
Our new PIC18F4550 Development board will get you started with an inexpensive, ready-to-run solution, which is ideal for the student or hobbyist.
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Allen & Heath Zone 62 Club Mixer Technical Specifications 0dBu = 0.775 Volts rms +4dBu = 1.23V rms 0dBV = 1 Volt rms -10dBV = 316mV rms Maximum output level XLR +26dBu into >2k ohm load TRS jack +21dBu into >2k ohm load RCA Phono +15dBu into >10K ohm load Internal headroom Channels +21dB Mix to output +23dB Peak indicators Turn on 5dB before clipping Meters MIX /MONITOR Peak hold 12 LED 3 colour STEREO CHANNEL Peak reading 4 LED 3 colour Frequency response 20Hz to 40kHz +0/-1dB Distortion THD+noise measured at +14dBu 1kHz < 0.006% Crosstalk channel shutoff measured at 1kHz < 90dB Noise measured rms 22Hz to 22kHz MIC EIN -128dB referred to 150 ohm source Residual output noise XLR -90dBu (-94dB S/N) TRS jack -84dBu (-84dB S/N) L RCA -92dBu (-84dB S/N) Mix noise, ch routed XLR -86dBu (-90dB S/N) TRS jack -82dBu (-82dB S/N) RCA Phono -91dBu (-83dB S/N) Power Supply Internal switch mode power unit with auto sensing mains input. MAINS IN socket IEC 3 pin Power lead Country dependent with moulded mains plug supplied AC mains 100 to 240V AC @ 50/60Hz Consumption 30W max Mains fuse rating 100-240V AC T500mA 20mm