Introducing the latest Arduino board

The latest Arduino in the family is the Arduino Duemilanove (which means “2009”) and includes 14 digital input/output pins of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs, 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz crystal, USB connection, power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button. The main difference between this and the last version, the “Diecimila” is that this version automatically selects the power source for the boards, dispensing of the old USB/External power jumpers and it also adds a way of disabling the auto-reset of the board, but includes a solder jumper just in case you need to re-enable it.

Arduino Duemilanove via HackAday

2 thoughts on “Introducing the latest Arduino board

  1. Nice move. Too bad they didn’t use the opportunity to get rid of the stupid 160mil pin connector spacing and replace the 16MHz oscillator with a 18.4320MHz one to increase the range of usable baud rates…

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