This board uses ATMega328P as main microcontroller and an ATMega8U2 microcontroller as an USB converter, allowing you to simulate USB HID devices (like USB Mouse, joystick or keyboard).
This microcontroller board comes with two supply options: external or USB. It contains internal circuitry in order to automatically choose the best power supply. The external power supply can be an AC-DC adapter or a battery, with a voltage between 6V and 12V.
The Arduino open source platform is based on easy to use hardware and software and it's intended for artists, hobbyists and everyone who wants to design a creative electronics project.
Features • Communication TWI, SPI and UART • 500 mA resetable fuse to protect the USB port • Can be powered from the USB port • Based on ATMega328P integrated circuit • Programmable via USB • Embedded virtual serial port via USB • 6 PWM Outputs • SRAM: 2 KB • EEPROM: 1 KB • Flash Memory: 32 KB (2 KB are used by the bootloader) • Clock Speed: 16 MHz • I/O Voltage: 5 V • Analog Inputs: pin A0 to A5 • Digital I/O: pin 0 to 13 • Supply Voltage: 7 V to 12 VDC • Board Size: 75 x 54 x 15 mm