Tuesday, July 3, 2012

uLab40AVR, the ATmega1284P for Solderless Breadboard

Project Objective: The uLab40AVR is designed to be functional similar to the uLab28AVR.

Introduction: This PCB is designed to be a mate to the Daiduino except that it uses the Sanguino pin designations. This will not cause a problem because of the Arduino IDE pin maping. For example, if you connect a LED/resistor to D13 on the uLab40AVR and the Daiduino, then select the appropriate board in the Arduino IDE, the blink sketch will work.


  1. Use of thru hole parts except for regulators
  2. Dual regulators for 5V and 3.3V
  3. Use a breakout boards for serial communication, USB or RS232
  4. Power switch
  5. Use jumpers for selecting power source.
  6. 36 pin header for signals and two separate pin sets for powering the SLBB.

Note: The design is not complete. 7/3/12

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