Arduino NANO 3.0 Compatable Board with USB Cable

Arduino NANO 3.0 Compatable Board with USB Cable
Stock Number: 31354 MP
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Arduino NANO V3 compatible
Full featured Arduino NANO V3® compatible controller. Features: a low profile Mini USB connector: 1in. pitch 6 pin header for I2C connection. Auto Reset on Download, Information & Freeware available through www. and others on-line
Processor: 16 MHz ATmega328
Power: 7-12VDC (Operating 5VDC)
Digital I/O : 14 (with PWM available on 6)
Analog Input: 8
Memory: Flash: 32K-2K for bootloader
Ports: Arduino I/O Pins
I2C 6 pin header
USB port:CH340 C/G Interface Chip
Type Mini B Connector
Power: 5V from USB, 6-20V Unregulated via Pin 30, +5 regulated via Pin 27, Auto select.
Manual Reset switch.
.1in pitch holes for headers or direct connection to functions
Includes 30cm USB Power Cable (A Male to Mini B)
L: 1.7” O/A W: 0.7” H: .45” O/A WT: .05

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Nano board driver source
There is a download site for the appropriate driver for this board:
Works Fine For What it IS
Several others have said they couldnt get an FTDI Driver to work with it. Thats understandable since it doesnt use the FDTI chip and uses the CH340 USB chip instead. This board is not a genuine Arduino and is a clone so the manufacturers took some liberties in USB chip selection. The CH340 drivers are out there, but I agree with other reviewers that MPJA should provide a download. Im using Win7 with no issues. I tested the board and it works fine. One thing is that you need to select Old Bootloader under Processor or you cant download anything to it. Also, if you compile the Blink example, be sure to change the LED pin to D13 since the Nano uses a different pin than some. Lastly, you can save yourself some aggravation if you skip soldering in the ISP header. You probably wont need it since downloads work directly from the USB.
- Dennis, FL
I was unable to find a Win 10 driver for this board. If MPJA continues to sell it, they should provide a driver link!
- Bradley Litwin, PA
NANO Board
Im new to Arduino and electronics but these seem like great little boards and the value is GREAT! Worked great straight out of the box. You do need to solder the header pins on before you can use a breadboard.
- S M, GA
Good luck finding the driver for this board if you have an old operating system, Vista. Even with a newer system lots of folks having trouble with it...
WARNING about USB chip!
After struggling with erratic operation, I found the answer on the Arduino Forum! Pin 26 of the FTDI USB chip ..bottom of board.. MUST BE GROUNDED, and on this board, IT ISNT! THANKFULLY, pin25 *IS*, so with CAREFUL hands, a good magnifier, and sharp tip soldering iron, a SMALL solder blob between pins 25 and 26 on the USB chip cures the issue! WHEW! I was getting ready to return the board! Now, I plan to buy more in the near future... but if possible, please have this fixed on new builds!
William Barnett
Nano 3.0
This board is a single step above the bare bones Mini. It includes the USB interface and loader so it will connect directly to a PC, etc. for programming and monitoring. The Mini requires an external USB to serial TTL dongle. These boards have an amazing amount of processing power, use micro amounts of energy and are tiny small. I use these in embedded projects and with the interface I can easily connect my computer for monitoring, debug or reprogramming without worrying about where I left my USB dongle from the last project!
- Lucky Dog, WA

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