LilyPad 328 ATmega328P Main Board 16M Compatible with Arduino
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DescriptionThe LilyPad 328 is a development board designed for wearable electronics and e-textiles projects. It features the ATmega328P microcontroller, which is the same chip used in the Arduino Uno. This compatibility makes it easy to program and use with the Arduino IDE, just like other Arduino boards.
Key features of the LilyPad 328 ATmega328P Main Board include:ATmega328P Microcontroller: The heart of the board is the ATmega328P, an 8-bit microcontroller with 32KB of flash memory, 2KB of SRAM, and 1KB of EEPROM. This chip is powerful enough to handle most wearable electronic projects.
Arduino Compatibility: The board is fully compatible with Arduino development tools and libraries. You can use the Arduino IDE to program it and leverage the extensive Arduino ecosystem for your projects.
LilyPad Form Factor: The board is designed to be compact and well-suited for wearable projects. It has sewable pads around the edges, allowing you to stitch it into fabric or use conductive thread to connect components.
16MHz Clock Speed: The board operates at a clock speed of 16MHz, providing sufficient processing power for most embedded projects.
Input/Output: The LilyPad 328 has a variety of digital and analog pins for connecting sensors, actuators, and other electronic components.
Power Options: The board can be powered through a USB connection or an external power supply. It also has built-in power management features to conserve energy in battery-operated projects.
Overall, the LilyPad 328 ATmega328P Main Board is an excellent choice for anyone interested in wearable electronics, e-textiles, or small-scale embedded projects. Its compatibility with the Arduino ecosystem and easy-to-use form factor makes it accessible to both beginners and experienced electronics enthusiasts.
Applications:Educational Tools: Use the LilyPad 328 ATmega328P to teach students about electronics and programming in a hands-on and engaging way.
Interactive Storytelling: Create wearables that respond to specific narrative elements in storytelling or performances, adding an extra layer of engagement.
- The board will run from 2V to 5V.
- The latest version of the LilyPad supports automatic reset for even easier programming.
- The back side of the LilyPad is now completely flat!
- We now use a surface mount programming connector to keep the header from poking through.
- This version of the LilyPad now uses the new ATmega328 at 8MHz.
- Arduino 0016 supports the Pro Mini Arduino 328/8MHz/16MHZ.
- Use this setting when using this new LilyPad 328.
- Model Type: LilyPad
- Microcontroller Chip : ATmega168 or ATmega328V
- Operating Voltage (VDC): 2.7 ~ 5.5
- Input Voltage(Recommended) : 2.7V-5.5 V
- Analog I/O Pins: 6
- Digital I/O Pins: 14
- PWM Digital I/O Pins: 6
- Flash Memory: 16 KB
- SRAM: 1
- EEPROM: 512 bytes
- DC Current per I/O Pin (mA): 40
- Diameter (mm): 50
- Weight (gm) : 6
- 1 x LilyPad 328 ATmega328P Main Board 16M Compatible with Arduino
Great product. I started a project with the Anduino UNO and needed something with lower power that the Lily pad provides.
Awesome product with awesome potential.
The onboard USB works well with Mac OS X Sierra. (need to install FTDI drivers, not included in Arduino IDE). Had issues with Mac OS X and a different LilyPad that had a separate board for USB. I recommend using this one instead (as did AMX3d customer support). I did have some technical issues with previous purchases of this same board, but the wonderful customer support at AMX3d were dedicated in making things right. One of the best customer service experiences I've had in a while.
Do not press the usb port to hard. it broke :(
I was working with a Lilypad before, then lost it. I had a few silly student projects set up to work with it. Lights flashing in cute patterns, that sort of thing. I loaded them onto this and each worked in turn. I see nothing not to love here. If you want to play with the wearable Arduino tech, this is a fine place to start.
Exactly what I wanted. Works perfectly with the costume I'm building