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Arduino Nano bundle€78,47 excl. VAT /
Arduino Portenta H7€114,95 /€95,00 excl. VAT
Arduino Fundamentals Exam€32,45 /€26,82 excl. VAT
Arduino Uno Rev3 - ATMEGA328€23,95 /€19,79 excl. VAT
Arduino Nano 33 IOT - With Headers€23,45 /€19,38 excl. VAT
Arduino Mega 2560 Rev3€41,95 /€34,67 excl. VAT
Arduino Nano Every - With Headers€12,50 /€10,33 excl. VAT
Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect - With Headers€27,95 /€23,10 excl. VAT
Arduino Nano 33 BLE - With Headers€24,95 /€20,62 excl. VAT
Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense - With Headers€36,95 /€30,54 excl. VAT
Arduino Nano - ATMEGA328€23,95 /€19,79 excl. VAT
Arduino Micro€21,95 /€18,14 excl. VAT
Buying Arduino Boards?
Arduino is the worldwide leader when it comes to open-source hardware & software.
The company offers a range of software tools, hardware platforms and documentation that allow almost anyone to be creative with technology. Arduino boards are accessible to everyone. From starting hobbyists to professional companies that develop products, for example. Arduino is currently even developing products that can be used in industry. The possibilities with Arduino boards are endless! Haven't started with Arduino yet? Then start now!
Why Buy an Arduino Board?
Arduino is a popular tool for IoT product development and one of the most successful tools for STEM / STEAM education.
Hundreds of thousands of designers, engineers, students, developers and makers around the world use Arduino to innovate in music, games, toys, smart homes, agriculture, autonomous vehicles and more.
Comparable microcontrollers & microcontroller platforms are available.
Below are the most important features of Arduino:
- Simple to use
- Easy & professional programming environment
- Open source hardware
- Open source software
- Giant community
What should you pay attention to when buying an Arduino Board?
You have decided to make a project with Arduino, but which board do you actually choose? There are a number of factors to consider when choosing an Arduino board. First of all you have to consider how many I / O ports you need. You connect lights, motors and sensors to these ports. The more things you want to connect the more I / O ports you need. Then you look at the format of your project. Is there only a small area available or does not matter. Other examples of factors are: Shields, Speed, memory, voltage.
The Arduino Uno R3 is the most commonly used board from Arduino.
This board is suitable for beginners and advanced users.
The Arduino Uno is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P (datasheet).
It has 14 digital input / output pins (6 of which can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz quartz crystal, a USB connector, a power connector, an ICSP header and a reset button.
The Uno contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; just connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with an AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started.