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Arduino Pro Mini Replacement LGT8F328P Mini EVB

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    Arduino Pro mini Atmega328P LGT8F328P. The Arduino pro mini board uses the LGT8F328P chip. The capabilities and functionality are the same as the Arduino pro mini using the Atmega328P chip. For this model, the new LGTF328P chip is made, which is cheaper. And improve efficiencyHas the abili..
    Arduino Pro mini Atmega328P LGT8F328P. 

    The Arduino pro mini board uses the LGT8F328P chip. The capabilities and functionality are the same as the Arduino pro mini using the Atmega328P chip. For this model, the new LGTF328P chip is made, which is cheaper. And improve efficiency

    Has the ability to increase from the original model, such as pin A0-A5. Analog to Digital channel works better than the ADC channel of 8F328P. Readings are finer 
    0-4095, while Atmega328P read-only 0-1023.

    8F328 Board Features

    • 8F328P-U MCU used by the LGT8F328P is an Atmel MEGA328P compatible chip.
    • 8F328D architecture design is relatively new, peripheral functions far stronger than Atmel MEGA328. Especially the program encryption ability is far more than MEGA328.
    • 8F328D can use 3V3 and 5V power supply running at 16M frequency, excellent level compatibility.
    • Built-in high-precision RC, no external crystal can be stable operation.
    • Less peripheral parts, circuit design is simple.
    • 12-bit ADC (analog-to-digital conversion)
    • Onboard DAC
    • Owned GUID (unique ID) can be used for chip program encryption
    • Built-in internal 1.024V / 2.048V / 4.096V ± 1% calibratable reference voltage source


    The feature compare

    FeatureLGT8F328Patmega328P
    DAC outputYes-
    Internal reference resoltuion± 0.5%± 1.5%
    PWM dead zone controlYes-
    High current push-pull PWMYes-
    Computing Accelerator (DSC)Yes-
    Stacking expansion systemYes-
    Speed32M16M
    Parameters

    MCULGT8F328P
    FLASH32Kbytes
    SRAM2Kbytes
    E2PROM 0K / 1K / 2K / 4K / 8K (FLASH Share)
    PWM8
    Frequency16MHz (Maximum 32MHz)
    ADC6 passageway12 position
    DAC1passageway8 position
    UART1
    SPIYES
    TWI (I2C)YES
    GUIDYES
    Internal benchmark1.024V / 2.048V / 4.096V ± 0.5%
    System logic levelFactory 3V3 (switch from pad to 5V)







































     / *
     Blink
     Turns on an LED on for one second, then off for one second, repeatedly.
     
    Most Arduinos have an on-board LED you can control. On the Uno and
     Leonardo, it is attached to digital pin 13. If you're unsure what
     pin the on-board LED is connected to on your Arduino model, check
     the documentation at http://www.arduino.cc
     
     This example code is in the public domain.
     
     modified 8 May 2014
     by Scott Fitzgerald
     * /
     
     
    // the setup function runs once when you press reset or power the board
    void  setup () {
    // initialize digital pin 13 as an output.
    pinMode ( 13 , OUTPUT);
    }
     
    // the loop function runs over and over again forever
    void  loop () {
    digitalWrite ( 13 , HIGH); // turn the LED on (HIGH is the voltage level)
    delay ( 1000 ); // wait for a second
    digitalWrite ( 13 , LOW); // turn the LED off by making the voltage LOW
    delay ( 1000 ); // wait for a second
    }

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