ATmega168 Prototyping Board Features
- 24-pin DIP socket for inserting the included POP168 ATmega168 microcontroller module
- 3.8" x 5" Prototyping area
- Separate power supply terminals for board logic and servo motors:
- Barrel power plug: Accepts AC or DC power input 6-9V AC or 9-12V DC
- 2-pin screw terminal: Accepts DC input voltage 6V to 12V DC
- Power on/off switch
- 2-pin terminal block
- 4.8 to 6V DC (+Vm) depending on your servo motor model
- Power switch and Power LED
- Reset switch
- Free pads for connecting to all microcontroller port pins. They are assigned to be compatible with BASIC Stamp ports P0 to P15 and the Arduino microcontroller.
- Eight 3-pin connectors for PC0 to PC7 (or AN0 to AN7) with +5V, GND and pin signal.
- Six 3-pin, 0.1" spaced, square pin headers for Servo motor connectors. They are connected with PC0 to PC5 of the POP168 MCU module.
- RJ11 connector for RS232 serial port
ATmega168 Kit Contents
- POP168 ATmega168 DIP Module
- JX-POP168 prototyping base board
- RJ11 to DB9 female cable for connection to PC serial (RS232) port
- CD-ROM with Documentation
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ATmega168 Prototype Board Documentation
Download ATmega168 Prototype Board manual
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