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arduino uno R3 schematic and datasheets

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tedstruk

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I am a basic electronics novice, and I don't know how to tell you how strange it is to see so many "clone versions" of the popular system that you might not be getting a device that is good... It bothers me... I bought an Inexpensive clone, and I wondered if there is a way to test it and see if it is going to make devices I can hard copy, or if it is just a command line editor that uses the PC to make it look good.

Whats a schematic of an UNO look like? Are there any datasheets on "Arduino"?

How do you scope it out?
 

OBW0549

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Go here, and scroll down to the Documentation section. Schematics, board layout and mechanical drawings are all there.
 

roughshawd

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That's not R3.... That's the generic version 1kit. Not Arduino, Arduino Clone or kit. R3 has a programmable chipset.
 

roughshawd

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"Anybody can build one..." one week later... " There is a guy in the Caicos that builds them, just order one"....
Quote from my first electronics teacher... 1978
 

Bluejets

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I don't know how to tell you how strange it is to see so many "clone versions" of the popular system that you might not be getting a device that is good... It bothers me... I bought an Inexpensive clone, and I wondered if there is a way to test it and see if it is going to make devices I can hard copy, or if it is just a command line editor that uses the PC to make it look good.
It should work just fine.
Quickest easiest way is to add some code and try a few basic programs.
Plenty of them in the IDE.
I have used clone devices in all sorts of applications over the years without any problems what-so-ever.
 
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