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ATmega328 Simon Game Through-Hole Soldering Kit, w/ Bootloader US$24.95

KIT-10547
ATmega328 Simon Game Through-Hole Soldering Kit, w/ Bootloader


Build your own Simon game!

All components in this Simon game kit are through-hole, making it a great place to start when you're learning to solder. When building this kit, you'll have a chance to solder a 28-pin microprocessor, LEDs, battery clips and more.

After you have successfully assembled the kit, you will have a greater knowledge of through-hole soldering and the tools, techniques, and terminology required to populate your own PCB prototype. You will have a development platform with five outputs (LEDs and buzzer), five inputs (buttons), and serial for debugging. And, of course, you'll have your very own Simon game.

Assembly time varies, but for a true beginner with no soldering experience, the kit can take 20-40 minutes to assemble.

The kit includes an ATmega328 microcontroller than is pre-programmed with the Simon code as well as the STK500 serial bootloader. This serial bootloader will allow you to re-program the Simon game using the Arduino development environment. There isn't direct support under the Arduino IDE, but the Lilypad Arduino w/ ATmega328 selection should allow you to reprogram the board using Arduino. You can also use a standard text editor and WinAVR. The serial port on this board, should you want to change the ATmega328's firmware, requires a male header and an FTDI Basic board, which are not included.

Simon Kit Contents

  • ATmega328 pre-programmed with Simon firmware
  • Buzzer
  • Two 0.1μF Capacitors
  • 10K Resistor
  • Four LEDs (blue, yellow, red, green)
  • Two Slide Switches (one for Power on/off; one for Sound on/off)
  • Four Battery Clips
  • Two AA Batteries
  • Button Pad
  • Bezel
  • Four Standoffs and Screws
  • Assembly Instructions

A soldering iron and wire cutters are the bare minimum tools required. Once assembled, the kit will look like the picture to the right.

ATmega328 Simon Game Kit Resources


This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 30 November, 2011.

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