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Your Arduino on Breadboard tutorial makes things that much cheaper
posted February 24 2015 20:43.18 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Educ8s.com has kindly put together a new tutorial for those Arduino lovers. You really do not need to get

What you really need is an ATMEGA328P with Arduino bootloader which costs around 2 Euros along with some inexpensive passive components and a 16MHz quartz crystal. For the communication you will need an inexpensive USB to serial converter which costs around 3 Euro and can be used for all your breadboarduinos!

Watch this step-by-step video and DIY your breadboarduino.



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