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Atmel ATmega328P-PU + Optiboot Bootloader for Arduino Uno + XTAL + 22pF Capacitors

SKU: 000-ATMEGA328+UNO+CAPS

$7.91 AUD, inc GST
$7.19 AUD, exc GST
Atmel ATmega328P-PU + Optiboot Bootloader for Arduino Uno + XTAL + 22pF Capacitors

SKU: 000-ATMEGA328+UNO+CAPS

$7.91 AUD, inc GST
$7.19 AUD, exc GST
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The ever popular ATMEGA328 in PDIP form preloaded with the Arduino UNO bootloader.

  • Includes 16Mhz through hole XTAL for "stock" Arduino speed.
  • Includes 2 x 22pf matched load capacitors.
  • Preloaded with the Arduino UNO bootloader.
  • Works great on our XINO basic for Atmel boards but can be used totally on it's own on a breadboard or as a suitable replacement in all PDIP Arduino compatible boards.

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  1. Review by Roy verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    All you need to set up as an Arduino Uno on a breadboard (and an existing Uno or programmer). Worked well with the easy instructions on th arduino.cc website. (Posted on 7/10/2016)

  2. Review by John - The hard to get bits: bootloaded 328P and the Xtal verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    I plan a few days ahead with my purchases and Core Electronics always delivers. Sourcing the 16Mhz Xtal and the bootloaded 328P together is a real customer bonus and well done Grahame for putting this together.

    Thanks agian Core: what I ordered, on time and immediately useable.

    John. (Posted on 9/02/2014)

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