Estone New Version Pro Mini Module Atmega328 5v 16m for Arduino Compatible
- The default configuration: ATMG328 5V 16M
- Fully compatible with the official website module
- Increase on the basis of the original A6, A7 mouth
- To increase a power output based on the original
- On the basis of the original increase to prevent reverse the diode to protect the USB port
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Top Customer Reviews
All 3 boards i received did the same thing. No clue why.
To program them, you need a USB to serial converter. That said, the projects I'm using these for doesn't need USB, but needs to be VERY small, and these fit the bill perfectly, at under one square inch and the full 16MHz.
Silk screen and solder are all fine on all units, and seem to be nice quality.
Every one we've tried has worked perfectly. We've never put any more than 9v on the raw pin, however, since it sounds like that may burn out the regulator.
Tons of fun! Great Price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought 10, and other than the power LED lighting up, they did nothing (not programmed with blink). Tried to program them using my FTDI USB-serial converter as a "ProMini,... Read morePublished 14 days ago by DJR
Gave 2 stars because board I received is not as pictured. It is not an Estone and did not have the extra two 'V'and 'G' connections by the reset switch. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ray B.
When I first saw these for sale I couldn't believe the price. I thought for sure these were fake. But to my surprise they arrive early and worked. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Martin C Lim
I have had no trouble programming these with the Arduino IDE and a cable. They have worked well in my battery powered projects so far and cost so little they're practically... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dwight Jones
Works perfectly. Even wired it backwards (VCC to TX or RX) and didn't fry it.Published 8 months ago by Andrew muehlhausen
Easy to install the pin headers. Selected Arduino Pro or Mini Pro, ATmega328, correct voltage and chip speed (5V & 16MHZ), and off we went! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Wilburn