The RGBduino is a stylish clone of the venerable Arduino Uno. However, it includes several additional features than the Uno which provide a better experience for getting started with DIY Electronics and Programming. These include: an on/off switch, 2 onboard RGB LEDs, 2 push buttons, and an incredibly stylish design.
Once you’re ready to pursue more complex projects, the RGBduino board works with all Arduino Uno expansion boards and shields!
Thanks to the onboard ATmega328p microcontroller, the RGBduino board has 14 digital IO pins, of which pins 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11 can be used as PWM output, and pins A0~A5 are analog input pins. A 16Mhz crystal oscillator. A Micro-USB interface for programing (as well as ICSP). A reset button and function buttons. Two 10-bit color LEDs (WS2812B). A buzzer and an on/off switch. As well as a 500mA resettable fuse for overcurrent protection! The included Micro USB cable is all you need to connect it to your computer and get started!
- Microcontroller: ATmega328p
- Operating Voltage: 1.8~5VDC
- Input Voltage (recommended):5V (micro-USB interface; 5V regulator onboard)
- Digital I/O: 14 (6 PWM)
- Analog Input: 6
- Max I/O Current: 40mA
- Flash Memory (internal): 32KB (0.5 KB used by bootloader)
- Clock Speed: 16MHz
- 2 × WS2812B RGB LEDs
- Sound buzzer
- On/Off Switch