Arduino Nano Every Specifications/Functions
In this article, we will explain in detail the specifications and functions of Arduino Nano Every.
The Arduino Nano Every is an even smaller Arduino board compared to the Arduino Micoro. It can be used by inserting it directly into the breadboard.
The previous product "Arduino Nano", with the same shape and footprint as the Arduino Nano Every, is also currently available, but with lower performance and higher price.
For more information on the specifications and features of the Arduino Nano, please refer to the following article.
Arduino Nano Every Specifications
|Tech Specs||Arduino Nano Every|
|Digital I/O Pins||20|
|PWM Digital I/O Pins||5|
|Analog Input Pins||8|
|Analog Output Pins|
|Rated Current per Pin||20mA/Pin|
|Program Writing Pins||Micro USB Type-B|
For the specifications of Arduino boards other than Arduino Nano Every, please refer to the following article.
Arduino Nano Every Fuctions
Arduino Nano Every Appearance
On the Arduino Nano Every, the pin assignment silk is stamped on the back of the board.
Pin Header Placement/LED Placement
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The microcontroller of Arduino Nano Every uses “ATmega328P” from Microchip Technology(USA).
A microcontroller is a very important component in controlling electronic devices that correspond to the human “brain”.
In addition, various memories such as SRAM, Flash memory, and EEPROM are also built into the microcontroller.
By connecting the Arduino Nano Every to the USB port of your PC with a USB cable, you can communicate between the Arduino Nano Every and your PC.
Programs (sketches) created on the PC can be written to the Arduino Nano Every, and the Arduino Nano Every can be controlled from the PC via serial communication.
It also has the role of powering the Arduino Nano Every via USB, as it doesn't have a power jack like the Arduino Uno.
You can restart the Arduino Nano Every by pressing the reset button. Use this when you want to restart the program from the beginning or when the Arduino Nano Every behaves strangely.
|PWM||0 to +5V analog output|
Analog output by switching between 0V and +5V at high speed
PWM and serial communication are shared with digital I/O. You can specify which one to use in the program.
Unfortunately, the Arduino Nano Every has 5 PWMs, down from 6, compared to the Arduino Nano.
10-bit A/D converter(1step change every 4.8mV)
|TX||Serial data transmission|
|〃||RX||Serial data reception|
|〃||SDA||Serial data transmission/reception|
|SPI||SS||Select device to control|
|〃||MOSI||Master ⇒ Slave data transfer|
|〃||MISO||Slave ⇒ Master data transfer|
|Vin||The voltage input to "Vin" is output.|
Power can also be supplied from USB port.
|+5V||+5V voltage output|
|+3.3V||+3.3V voltage output|
|AREF||Analog input reference voltage (0 to +5V input),|
Not normally used
(Same function as “③Reset Button”)
|ON||Lights up when the Arduino Nano Every is powered|
|TX||Blinks when sending via serial communication|
|RX||Blinks when receiving via serial communication|
|L||Connect to digital I/O No.13|
Arduino Nano Every has 4 LEDs(chip parts). The “L” of LED is connected to the 13th digital I/O, and can be lighted up by setting the 13th pin to HIGH (5V) in the program.
How to get technical data for Arduino Nano Every
Various technical materials of Arduino Nano Every can be obtained from the official Arduino website.
- EAGLE FILES
- SCHEMATICS: PDF Format
- FRITZING FILE
First, go to the Arduino official website from the link below.
Click each icon to download the “EAGLE FILES”, “SCHEMATICS”, and “FRITZING FILE”.