Arduino UNO Rev3
Arduino UNO Rev3
Don’t worry if you are a beginner and don’t yet know much about professional electro-coding. The Arduino UNO Rev3 will help you out making it easier and simpler to deal with upscale electro-coding. You can surely trust this board for your projects and it will help you learn the ins and outs of upgraded development projects. Arduino takes pride in launching the Arduino UNO Rev3 and arguably it has become the most popular board from the company.
Arduino UNO Rev3 Specifications
- ATmega328P microcontroller
- Flash Memory: 32KB
- SRAM: 2KB
- EEPROM: 1KB
- 5KB Flash Memory reserved for the bootloader
- Compatible with 5V operating voltage
- Input Voltage Range: 6V to 20V
- Arduino Recommended Voltage: 7V to 12V
- 14x GPIO pins
- 6x PWM Channels
- 6x Analog input pins
- Support 20mA DC per I/O pin
- Supports 50mA DC for each 3.3V pin
- 13x LEDs
Dimensions (L x W)
68.6mm x 53.4mm
Arduino UNO Rev3 Description
You need to first go to the tool menu to access the IDE to initiate the Arduino UNO Rev 3 specs programming. You can easily program customized codes because the microcontroller supports customized coding owing to its pre-installed bootloader. It means that there is no need to search for the external programming sources or any additional programming hardware.
You may also bypass the bootloader if you want, with the help of Arduino ISP. The programming becomes easier due to ICSP. If you don’t an idea about the firmware source code then must refer to Arduino repository. It will help you to check DFU bootloader.
ADU programmer (Mac. Operating System) and FLIP programmer (Windows Operating System) help loading the firmware. DFU also supports Linux. You have the option to overwrite the DFU bootloader using an external ISP header and programmer.