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  • Demoboard for Arduino

Demoboard specially designed to allow the end user to perform and demonstrate the operation of the circuits made with the ATmega328PU processor in the Arduino environment. The demoboard is based on the compatible ATmega328PU Nano module (included) and allows numerous hardware connections.

In this workstation, there is everything you need to learn how to use Arduino, develop software and hardware activities using a single PCB support.

This development environment provides different hardware solutions to connect Arduino accessories, without any need for welding. It connects directly to the PC via the USB cable and is programmed through the Arduino IDE.

It is recommended for self-learning, development and design of new prototypes, computer courses, etc.

The compatible Arduino Nano can be used as an ISP-AVR programmer. The necessary connections are derived from the Arduino Nano digital lines and are connected to the 28-pin socket, positioned within the Arduino UNO layout area. Insert a virgin Atmega328P-PU chip into the socket. To install the bootloader in the chip, run the Arduino IDE, from the tool menu select the Write Bootloader entry. At this point, the chip is ready to receive new sketches and to be programmed as needed.

The Demoboard comes with the following parts: Arduino Nano compatible, 16x2 LCD display, ESP8266 module, HC05 Bluetooth module, IR38DM infrared receiver, DS18B20 temperature sensor, a module with 8 LCD displays and MAX7219, PCF8574 and ULN2003 (already installed).


Thanks to the PCB support of this Demoboard, you will no longer have any waste of materials for the construction of your circuits. You do not necessarily need to use one-sided or breadboard cards. You can connect your experimental modules to the terminals of the board with simple Dupont connectors. Numerous JTAG connectors will take you straight to the ATmega328 pins, with no possibility of error. On board the digital I / Os are all monitored by means of LEDs. You can even program a new ATmega328, through the plinth set up within the Arduino UNO Layout area. The Arduino shields can be plugged into the special 30-pin connector. A special circuit allows programming the Nano module, without any hardware conflicts affecting the serial line.

Try using it with graphics compilers: 

Object-oriented programming allows an easier approach to Arduino programming. Object-oriented programming is a programming model that, through the use of a graphical interface, simplifies the learning and development of programs.
The modularity typical of object-oriented languages gives the opportunity to re-use without too many problems, entire portions of code in programs that are very different from each other.







The development of a program is no longer based on variables and code: these two elements are integrated within objects or classes, constituted by a state (collection of variables) and behavior (collection of instructions). The classes will correspond to things or objects that exist in the real world: in the graphics control panels, for example, they are listed as switches, push buttons, LEDs, digital instruments, potentiometers, etc. The main objectives of object-oriented programming are to increase the comprehensibility of the code, facilitate maintenance and updating of programs.

  1. PCF8574
  2. Driver PWM / Relays
  3. Connector for Wi-Fi ESP8266 module
  4. Connector for Bluetooth HC05-HC06 / RS232 module
  5. ADC Module
  6. ADC Terminal 
  7. Analog Sensor
  8. Power supply section 5 Volt – 5 A
  9. Input power supply 9-30 VDC
  10. Power ON/OFF switch
  11. RS232 Forward / Reverse Selector
  12. Layout Arduino UNO Shield
  13. Reset
  14. RS232 selector Arduino Nano programming
  15. Socket for programming an ATmega328PU
  16. Port B Module
  17. Port B Pushbuttons
  18. Port B Terminals
  19. Pull-UP-Down Port B
  20. I/O Port B Selector
  21. Port D Module 
  22. Port D Pushbuttons 
  23. Port D Terminals
  24.  I/O Port D Selector
  25. Pull-UP-Down Port D
  26. Connector for Arduino Nano
  27. Connector for 4-digit Display Module (with SN74HC595) / 8-digit (with MAX7219)
  28. Connector for  LCD 16x2
  29. LCD I/O Expander Selector
  30. Selector for Set PCF8574 
  31. ULN 2003 PWM / Relay Selector


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Demoboard for Arduino

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