Keyestudio ATmega328P Maker Touch Starter Kit (Arduino-Compatible)

LCAA100003
£28.79

5 in stock

FEATURES
  • Flux SKU:
    LCAA100003
  • Length (mm):
    70
  • Width (mm):
    53
  • Height (mm):
    45
  • Suitable (Noted projects):
    Banana keyboard
  • Brand:
    Keyes
  • Brand Series:
    Keyestudio
  • Main Colour:
    Black
  • Country of Manufacture:
    China
  • MPN:
    KS0188
  • UPC:
    Does Not Apply
  • Minimum Operating Temperature:
    -40°C
  • Maximum Operating Temperature:
    85°C
  • Number of Items:
    1
  • Pin Pitch:
    2.54mm
  • Pass Through:
    UNO
  • Logic Level Voltage:
    5V
  • USB Powered:
    True
  • Drive Current:
    40mA per I/O pin
    50mA per 3.3V pin
  • Mounting Hole Size:
    M3
  • Mounting Dimensions:
    52/28mm
  • Format:
    USB
  • Chipset:
    ATmega16U2
  • Chipset MPN:
    ATmega328P
  • Clock Clock:
    16MHz
  • Flash Memory:
    32KB
  • SRAM Memory:
    2KB
  • EEPROM Memory:
    1KB
  • Number of Keys:
    13
  • Noted Onboard Components:
    6 Test LED
  • Noted Mechanical:
    2 Crocadile clips holes
DESCRIPTION
The set gives you and an Arduino access to a resistive keypad, that in turn can be used to turn all manner of objects into keyboard inputs. 6 Onboard LEDs can be used for direct feedback while still allowing use as a keyboard. Combined with crocodile clips it is possible to wire each key to a separate object which can then be used as a key when tocuhed. This is a result of changing resistance. This "object" can be anything from a banana to a human being.
Based on the ATmega328P chipset this board is the entry level Arduino-compatible board. Featuring a socket for a AC-DC adapter that can power the board and supply more current then available from the USB connection. This allows you to use the board to power servos and large numbers of LEDs. The adapter should be 9 - 12V DC, 250mA or more, have a centre pin positive 2.1mm plug.
The board is programmed via the Arduino development software downloadable for FREE from their website. The kit comes with a number of example codes to help introduce you to the system. The board is based on the Open Source Arduino project and follows the same exact specification. This may require a driver to be installed, however this is a standard driver that is distributed by Microsoft Windows Update, is not required on Linux and can be configured in MAC OS.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information regarding the set's operation.

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