A reference of Arduino Parts for building your own Arduino board.
Bare Minimum Parts:
- U1 - ATMega328 Microcontroller (preferably with Arduino bootloader installed)
- Jumper wires
- R2 - 470 Ohm resistors
- R1 - 1 x 10k Ohm resistor
- 2 x 10 uF capacitors (not pictured but needed on PCB version, below)
- X1 - 16 MHz clock crystal
- C1, C4 - 2 x 0.1 uF ceramic capacitor
- C2, C3 - 2 x 22 pF ceramic capacitors
- Pushbutton for reset (not pictured)
- 7805 Regulator IC (not pictured, again for PCB version)
- USB to Serial Converter Breakout Board
On PCB (with additional LED for power):
Burning the Bootloader:
- Wire the circuit above
- Open ArduinoISP sketch: File > Examples > 11.ArduinoISP
- Select Tools>Board: Arduino/Genuino UNO and appropriate port
- Select Tools>Programmer: Arduino as ISP
- Burn the bootloader through Tools>Burn Bootloader
Is there available components for arduino mkr wan?
I haven't created a list yet but you can check out the components for that board on its schematic: https://content.arduino.cc/assets/MKRWANV1.0_sch.pdf
Hi Roland - excellent info! I'm wondering if you have done [or can offer any info on] "a newbies guide to receiving IR Receiver [IRR] & IR Sender [IRS] codes using an Arduino Uno or Nano"? I have an IRR and IRS modules and am trying to get my Sony TV Remote [Model Sony RM-GD005] buttons codes because my Sony Bravia TV [Model KDL-40Z4500] IRR Module has died and I can't obtain any of the IRR specs, e.g., [Carrier Frequency, voltage and current ratings etc] so I can a) replace the IR Receiver and use my remote or b) obtain a similar IRR and fashion a new IRR!
Sony Support Australia has been absolutely totally useless and clearly don't want to know about this "common issue" other than to say the part has been superseded and is no longer available! [BTW I have been a Sony user all my life - BUT following Sony's dismissive attitude, not any longer]!
Hope you can be of help or able to point me in the right direction, please - I have downloaded the GitHub IR Remotes and Ken Shirriff's post but not being a programmer etc find it very hard going to sort the wheat from the chaff! Greatly appreciate any help you may be able to provide. Regards, Ian