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LG8F328P SSOP20 mini EVB development board

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The LGT8F328P SSOP20 development board is intended to be a very low cost alternative to embedded Arduino boards such as the Pro Mini . Instead of using the Nanos ATMega328p, it instead features the LG8F328P (SSOP20) microcontroller. This microntroller was not only designed to be a low cost replacement for the ATMega328 but it also significantly improves on the 328s features. Most significant of which, the LG8F328P is capable of running sketches at over twice the speed of the Nano and includes other improvements such as higher resolution ADCs, a DAC, and built in unique serial number (GUID).

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The LGT8F328P SSOP20 development board is intended to be a very low cost alternative to embedded Arduino boards such as the Pro Mini . Instead of using the Nanos ATMega328p, it instead features the LG8F328P (SSOP20) microcontroller. This microntroller was not only designed to be a low cost replacement for the ATMega328 but it also significantly improves on the 328s features. Most significant of which, the LG8F328P is capable of running sketches at over twice the speed of the Nano and includes other improvements such as higher resolution ADCs, a DAC, and built in unique serial number (GUID).

Supplied with 2 x 10 way straight and 1 x 5 way right-angled 0.1" pitch headers.


PLEASE NOTE: To program this board via the Arduino IDE you will need a suitable USB to 5V TTL serial adaptor. Please see the following items:


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HCARDU0011: https://hobbycomponents.com/usb-interfa ... rt-adapter

OR

HCMODU0076: https://hobbycomponents.com/usb-interfa ... al-adaptor



Features:

Model: LG8F328P SSOP20 Mini EV HCDVBD0039
Supply voltage: 6.5 to 12V via RAW pin / 5V via 5V pin
Supply current (VIA 5V Pin): ~18mA
Clock speed 32MHz
Flash 32K
SRAM 2K
DIO: 9 / max 13
ADC: 4 (12 bit)
DAC: 1 (8 bit)
Comparator 1
PWM Max 5
Dimensions (ex header pins): 31mm x 18mm x 3.5mm

Arduino Setup Guide and FAQ on our support forum here.

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