Arduino Leonardo With Headers

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Arduino Leonardo With Headers

Searching for something different in Arduino line? Check this one out! Arduino Leonardo with Headers is an upgraded version which, in addition to the built-in USB communication, features the reliable ATmega32U4 microcontroller. The good news is that Leonardo doesn’t require the assistance from secondary processor. The built-in USB communication enables devices to identify Leonardo as a plug&play input (just like a USB mouse and keyboard).

Arduino Leonardo Specifications

·         ATmega32U4 Microcontroller

·         5V operating voltage compatibility

·         Supports an input voltage from 7V to 12V (as recommended by Arduino)

·         The voltage limit (input) ranges from 6V to 20V

·         Carries 20 Digital input/output pins

·         Features 7 PWM channels

·         12 analog input channels

·         Supports 40mA direct current for each input/output pin

·         Configured for 50mA direct current for 3.3V pin

·         32KB Flash Memory for microcontroller

·         4KB of Flash Memory has been reserved for the bootloader

·         2.5KB SRAM

·         1KB EEPROM

·         16MHz clock speed

·         L x W = 68.6mm x 53.3mm

·         Weighs only 20-grams

Arduino Leonardo Description

The inclusion of an ICSP Header along with the power jack, Leonardo becomes a highly desirable product from Arduino, and let’s not forget the reset button. Putting it in simple words, Leonardo doesn’t seem to lack anything. If you are looking for a board containing maximum features to help the microcontroller perform at its best, then you must consider enlisting Leonardo among the preferred options.

In addition to the USB cable, Leonardo can also receive the power supply from a battery as well as an AC-DC adapter; the choice is yours. Like some other Arduino boards, Leonardo also features extra protection against short circuit and overcurrent. The familiar Polyfuse is a reliable solution and Arduino seems to be completely satisfied with its performance.

Surprisingly lightweight, just 20-grams is suggestive of the fact that the modern technology has traveled a long way since the era of the giant computers, back in the 1970s.