3 x CANADUINO Breadboard Buddy – Compatible with Arduino UNO and NANO – incl. USB Adapter

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CANADUINO Breadboard Buddy V2 development board DIY soldering kit is very easy to assemble and only requires basic soldering skills.

This is a set of 3 of our breadboard development modules, together with a USB programming adapter with CH340G chip.

Breadboard Buddy V2 has the same pinout as an Arduino Nano but comes with an Atmega328P-PU (Arduino UNO processor).

These modules are your first choice when it comes to developing your projects on a breadboard. BBB V2 saves you a lot of breadboard space and development time. When you are done developing, just take the chip out and move it over to your Arduino UNO board, or any other application.

CANADUINO Breadboard Buddy V2 has the typical 2 LEDs for power and D13, and the reset button on board. The Atmel MCU is already programmed with bootloader and “blink” sketch.

It has 2 LEDs for power and D13 – typical for microcontrollers, especially Arduinos. BBB V2 has a 5-pin header to connect the included USB adapter for easy programming or to establish a serial RX/TX connection to any other peripheral device.

Since there is no voltage regulator on board, the power supply must be 4.5 to 5.5V (see Atmel ATmega328P-PU datasheet for details). 3.3V power supply works as well but is out of specs for the Atmel MCU.

We recommend downloading the required USB driver for your operating system from WCH official website.

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2 reviews for 3 x CANADUINO Breadboard Buddy – Compatible with Arduino UNO and NANO – incl. USB Adapter

  1. 5 out of 5

    sendpeteremail (verified owner)

    Very nice kit! When together it looks way better than a cheap clone.

  2. 5 out of 5

    john.weir (verified owner)

    I have bought 3 or 4 sets of these and used them in several successful projects. It’s educational to see just what a minimal system requires. One of my projects is a pump control with 2 wireless remote monitors. The remote monitors were built not using this kits pcb, but, on a proto pcb with a colour LCD and an NRF24L01 radio.

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