Arduino Hardware Compatible Boards

Evil Mad Scientist Labs Diavolino

This is a very Arduino-Pro-like board. Completely stripped down for embedded use. Very stylish, too.

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SainSmart Mega ADK

The SainSmart Mega ADK is an Arduino Mega 2560 with a USB host controller and connector for communication with an Android device. It has a beefier voltage regulator to supply charging current to the attached Android device.

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Meduino Nano V3

The Meduino Nano is a Nano clone with a switch selectable supply voltage - 3.3V or 5V. Because of the switch, the board is a little bit longer than a typical Nano, but the pinout is identical.

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LinkSprite WiFi Diamondback

The WiFi DiamondBack 1.0 is an Arduino Uno compatible that has built-in WiFi. It is 100% compatible with the Asynclab BlackWidow.

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MLT Group Fino

Fino (Arduino Compatible) Board is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328 microcontroller with duemilanove bootloader. It has the pre 1.0 pinout, and an FTDI USB to TTL converter. An onboard switch can disable DTR reset and the L LED.

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SainSmart Uno R3

The SainSmart Uno R3 is an Arduino Uno R3 with the through-hole ATmega328. It duplicates the Arduino Uno R3 en about every way.

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SainSmart Leonardo R3

The SainSmart Leonardo R3 is a clone of the Arduino Leonardo R3, a return to the simplified model of the Pro, using an ATmega32U4 as the MCU and USB interface. The main advantage of this design is the ability for the SainSmart Leonardo to appear to the computer to be an HID (keyboard or mouse), rather than only as a serial port. The R3 version has the R3 pinout.

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EtherMega

The Freetronics EtherMega is a merger between the Arduino Mega 2560 and the Freetronics Ethernet Shield. It features an ATmega2560, Wiznet with PoE, a micro-SD slot, and a gold plated PC Board.

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Sparkfun Red Board

The Redboard is a meld of different versions of the Arduino. It has the older FTDI USB to Serial converter, and the newer R3 pinout.

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SolarBotics SB Freeduino

The Freeduino is a board similar to the Arduino Decimila, but as a partial kit.

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Stanford University Hapkit

Hapkit is an open-hardware haptic device designed to be very low-cost and easy to assemble. Hapkit allows users to input motions and feel programmed forces in one degree of freedom.

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Seeeduino 4.2

The Seeeduino 4.2 is an Uno R3 type board with a more efficient power supply, selectable to 3.3V or 5V, and with three Grove-type connectors.

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SainSmart Due

The SainSmart Due is the first Arduino to use a non-ATmega chip, although the ATSAM3X8E is an Atmel made Arm Cortex M3. The MCU runs at 84MHz. It is pin-compatible with the Arduino Mega boards, but is 3.3V only. Only 3.3V shields will work. 5V shields will probably damage the board.

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SainSmart Mega 2560

The SainSmart Mega2560 has an ATmega2560 MCU, and the larger Mega form factor. It has 54 I/O lines, with 15 of them capable of PWM and 16 analog input lines.

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Iteaduino MEGA 2560

Iteaduino MEGA2560 is a derivative of the Arduino MEGA 2560. It is shield compatible with the Uno, but NOT with the Arduino Mega.

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PIC.duino Net

The PIC.duino Net is a board designed by SlicMicro that incorporates the standard Arduino Uno pinout with the addition of a pot, button, and LED, and internet connectivity. It uses the PIC18F67J60 MCU with built in networking making it software-incompatible with the Arduino IDE.

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Netduino 2

The Netduino 2 uses the .NET Micro Framework, has a 120MHz ARM Cortex M3 microcontroller, and is still compatible with most Arduino shields.

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AVR.duino U+

The AVR.duino U+ is a board designed by SlicMicro that incorporates the standard Arduino Uno R3 features with the addition of a pot, button, and LED. Also, A6 and A7 are brought out to pads.

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Freaduino Uno

The Freaduino Uno is an Uno clone with a few enhancements that make it easier to use with sensors and breakout boards.

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Sparkfun Photon Redboard

The Sparkfun Electronics Photon Redboard is a Wi/Fi enabled, 120MHz ARM Cortex M3 powered monster in an Arduino Uno R3 footprint. It has some of the familiar Uno I/O pins, but only 8 digital I/O. There is one DAC output. It runs off of USB or a 6V to 15V wall wart. It is a 3.3V device, so all shields must be 3.3V compatible, and not connect to D8 and D9. The Wi/Fi is capable of up to 65Mbps and has WEP, WAPI, WPA and WPA2-PSK WiFi security modes.

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Meduino Uno R3

The Meduino Uno R3 is an Uno clone, typical of the Uno clones. They have PCB artwork that is nearly identical to the Arduino Uno, but with dead-end feedthroughs missing. Most Counterfeit Unos look similar, but the Meduino does not claim to be an Arduino.

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Netduino Plus 2

The Netduino Plus 2 uses the .NET Micro Framework, has a 168MHz ARM Cortex M4 microcontroller, and is still compatible with most Arduino shields.

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AsyncLabs Black Widow 1.0

The AsyncLabs Black Widow 1.0 is an Arduino Duemilanove clone with 802.11b wireless (WiFi) onboard.

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DFRduino Uno R3

The DFRduino Uno R3 is an almost exact replica of the through-hole Arduino Uno R3. It has color coded socket connectors to keep it interesting, but it is otherwise an Uno R3.

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RepRap Champion Uno

The RepRap Champion Uno baord has some nice features. It costs $6.00. It has an extra pad for each I/O line.It has a header for all of the serial lines. It has something not so good, too...

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Funduino Mega 2560

The Funduino Mega2560 has an ATmega2560 MCU, and the larger Mega form factor. It has 54 I/O lines, with 15 of them capable of PWM and 16 analog input lines.

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ATmega128RFA1 Development Board

The Sparkfun ATmega128RFA1 Development Board is a "Pro-like" board for the ATmega128RFA1 MCU from Atmel. The ATmega128RFA1 is a 2.4GHz IEEE 802.15.4 compatible transceiver merged with an ATmega128 MCU.

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EtherTen

The Freetronics EtherTen is a merger between their "Eleven" and "Ethernet Shield". It features an ATmega328P, PoE built in, a micro-SD slot, and a gold plated PC Board.

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eNTuino

The eNTuino ATmega328 is an Arduino Uno clone with some improvements, including battery charging circuitry, and a dual header pinout.

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InHaos Buono R3

The InHaos Buono is based on the Arduino Uno R3 SMD. It can run at either 5V or 3.3V (switch selectable), with an enhanced regulator for a wider 6V to 23V input range.

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DFRobot Bluno

It is time to get Bluetooth 4.0 into your project, together with your phone! For aficionados of smart devices and wearables, now you can go further than hacking things bought in the market to building your own prototype out of garage. The Bluno board is first of its kind in intergrating BT 4.0(BLE) module into Arduino Uno, making it an ideal prototyping platform for both software and hardware developers to go wireless. You will be able to develope your own smart bracelet , smart pedometer and more. Through the low- power Bluetooth 4.0 technology, real-time low energy communication can be made really easy.

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Eleven

The Freetronics Eleven is a well thought out and executed clone of the Arduino Uno. It features an ATmega328P, a micro USB connector, a prototyping area, and a gold plated PC Board.

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Sparkfun Mega Pro

The Sparkfun Mega Pro is a Sparkfun "Pro" version of the Arduino Mega 2560. Like the Pro and Pro Mini, it has no USB to TTL converter, and no headers. Other than that it is a full blown ATmega2560.

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Seeeduino Mega

The Seeeduino Mega is not like other Megas. It has a slightly smaller form factor and a whole lot more I/O.

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Iduino Uno

The Iduino Uno is an Arduino with the through-hole ATmega328, and appears to be an exact copy of the Arduino Uno.

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SainSmart Mega 2560 R3

The SainSmart Mega2560 R3 is a clone of the Arduino Mega2560 R3, having the new R3 pinout.

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Funduino Uno R3

The Funduino Uno R3 is an Arduino Uno R3 with the through-hole ATmega328. It duplicates the Arduino Uno R3 en about every way.

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Iteaduino BT

Iteaduino-BT is an Arduino compatible board with a master/slave Bluetooth Module HC-05. It is based on the Arduino UNO/Duemilanove, but with added bluetooth.

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DFRduino FIO

The DFRduino Funnel I/O (Fio) is a board based on the original design of the Arduino FIO. It is 100% compatible with original Arduino FIO.Funnel is a toolkit to sketch your idea physically, and consists of software libraries and hardware. By using Funnel, the user can interface to sensors and/or actuators with various programming languages such as ActionScript 3, Processing, and Ruby.

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InHaos Buono Lite R3

The InHaos Buono Lite R3 is based on the InHaos Buono R3 SMD. It can run at either 5V or 3.3V (switch selectable), with an enhanced regulator for a wider 6V to 23V input range. It does not have a USB to serial connection, but uses an external USB converter cable.

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FreakLabs Freakduino v2.1a

The Freakduino is a niche Arduino compatible designed with RF communication in mind. The board comes in several versions, based on the frequency and/or range of the radio. Frequencies are 2.4GHz and 900MHz, with two power ranges available in the 900MHz version.

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