Uno R3 (open-source clone of Arduino Uno R3), USB cable, 9V snap connector, and 8AA battery pack (batteries not included).
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- ATmega328P SMD chip with CH340G USB driver. Plug and play with Windows 10 and the Arduino IDE.
- Power the Uno R3 with a 9V battery or the 8AA battery pack (batteries not included).
- 8 AA rechargable batteries provide 9.6V of power. 8 AA alkaline batteries provide 12V of power. Perfect match for the recommended 7-12V input.
- Includes open-source Arduino Uno R3 clone, USB cable, 9V snap connector with barrel jack plug, and 8AA battery pack (batteries not included).
- Compatible with Arduino Uno R3
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Compatible open-source clone of the Arduino Uno R3, USB cable, 9V snap connector, and 8AA battery pack (batteries not included). Power the Arduino with a 9V battery or use the 8AA battery pack (batteries not included). 8 rechargable AA batteries provide 9.6V. 8 alkaline batteries provide 12V. Recommended input voltage for the Arduino is 7-12V, so the battery pack is in the ideal voltage range. The Uno R3 uses the ATmega328P SMD chip and the CH340G USB driver. On Windows 10, just plug in the USB cable, launch the Arduino IDE, and this device will appear on second COM port.
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This was my first non-FTDI clone and I needed to locate and install the latest version of the drivers for this Chinese serial adapter. Beofre I did that this device just appeared as USB-Serial #2 so I could not use this with the Arduino IDE without the drivers. I was easily able to locate the MacOS High Sierra drivers and install them and, after a reboot, the unit worked fine. I did a simple test with the onboard LED to prove I could download code and I was satisfied.
As with any Arduino board that ships in a bag the header blocks were somewhat bent, but they appear to be close enough to accept a shield, and the soldering appeared satisfactory on the bottom of the board.
The lack of a replaceable chip suggests this is really a board I will use for demo purposes and not active circuit development, although the cost of these clones is probably close to the cost of a replacement chip for a real Uno.
I held back from 5-stars because I'm confident these parts won't hold up to regular use without being upgraded to something more heavy-duty, but the speed of delivery and price-performance makes a pretty good combination.
Overall though, Great price, it works, and I could adapt it to my needs.
Have not tried the free arduino Uno that comes with it but even if that's a total bust, that's ok!