What's Next Purple, ATmega328 Microcontroller, Compatible w/ Arduino® Nano (WN00004)

Regular price $33.95

What's Next Purple is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328. With its tiny form factor, breadboard compatibility, and plenty of I/Os, this is the board to squeeze into your smallest projects.

It has 22 digital input/output pins (up to 6 can be used as PWM outputs and up to 8 as analog inputs), a 16MHz clock, a mini USB connection, TWI, SPI, UART interfaces, an ICSP header and a reset button. Thanks to the integrated DC/DC converter, it can be powered from a 7~12V source. It has more analog and digital pins than the Yellow board and is the perfect solution when you need to shrink down your project. Fully compatible with Arduino? Nano.

The board has all you need to get started, just plug in a USB cable and play!

What's Next is a brand of CC Logistics, who used to be the manufacturer of original Arduino? products. CC Logistics now offers What's Next series with the same quality you'd expect!

Specifications

Interfaces
Serial - 1xUART (shared w/ USB), 1xSPI, 1xTWI
USB - 2.0 device

General
Input Voltage - 5V (USB/ext.) or 7~12V (Vin)
Power Consumption - 19mA
PCB size - 18mm x 45mm
Weight - 7g

Microcontroller
Microcontroller - ATmega328
Architecture - Microchip AVR 8-bit
Operating Voltage - 5V
Flash Memory - 32kB (2kB used by bootloader)
SRAM - 2kB
EEPROM - 1kB
Clock Speed - 16MHz
I/O Total - 22
Digital (max) - 22
PWM (max) - 6
Analog (max) - 8 (10-bit resolution)
DC Current per I/O pins - 40 mA (I/O pins)


  • Perfect to be squeezed into your smallest projects
  • Tiny form factor, breadboard compatibility, and plenty of I/Os
  • Based on the ATmega328
  • 22 digital input/output pins, 16MHz clock, mini USB connection, TWI, SPI, UART interfaces, an ICSP header and a reset button
  • Integrated DC/DC converter: it can be powered from a 7~12V source