Arduino Mini Rev05
When it comes to the precision, compactness and smaller size, Arduino doesn’t leave anything unturned. The Arduino Mini Rev05 is surprisingly small but doesn’t compromise on the features. It’s a powerful board carrying ATmega328P microcontroller but this board doesn’t feature a USB-serial, something we have with the Arduino Nano and would have appreciated with this board as well.
Arduino Mini Rev05 Specifications
- The Arduino Mini Rev05 carries ATmega328P
- Supports 5V of operating voltage
- 2KB SRAM work efficiently with the microcontroller
- Flash Memory 32KB (sharing 2KB to support the bootloader)
- 1KB EEPROM
- Configured to support a voltage range from 7V to 9V
- Comes with 14 GPIO pins (6 pins reserved for PWM)
- The remaining 8 pin feature analog input (4x broken out analog inputs onto pins)
- 40mA DC support for each of the I/O pins
- The Clock Speed measures 16MHz
Dimensions (L x W)
30mm x 18mm
Arduino Mini Rev05 Description
The replacement of ATmega168 with ATmega328P in the Arduino Mini Rev05 is encouraging and gives power to the board in order to work better in combination with the breadboards. This board also support the USB serial, RS232, and TTL serial adapters. The new microcontroller helps the makers to get different components on the board. The board carries a reset button. The pin configuration is similar to that of the Mini Rev04.
The Arduino Mini Rev05 isn’t configured to handle more than 9V so you need to be careful about this max. Voltage limit. There is no protection against backward plugging so make sure you don’t commit a mistake. Slight negligence can damage the board or any of its components.