DIY NANO Strong

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MelD
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DIY NANO Strong

Post by MelD » 19 Jun 2020, 00:56

Ended up with some of these.

https://www.diymore.cc/products/dm-stro ... or-arduino

Does not look like anything in the documentation. Any ideas if the encoder program will run and how to modify it like the others?
Thanks,
Mel D.

Mike_K
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Re: DIY NANO Strong

Post by Mike_K » 19 Jun 2020, 16:23

Hi Phil

I've had a couple of those boards and they are the same except having the additional CH40G and USB programming port, so they are more of a Nano rather than a Pro Mini. But they still have the ICSP header, so for most applications work just as well. And the 5V regulator is the AMS1117-5.0 voltage regulator, so you get a claimed 1A @ 5V. If you can live with (or want) a bootloader, they're probably better.

Mike

Tobe
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Re: DIY NANO Strong

Post by Tobe » 19 Jun 2020, 16:25

I have used them and they work fine. I have used also the 3.3 v socket for the NRF24 which have a regular voltage regulator up to 200mA. I got mine several years ago.
You will notice it has a well defined ICSP socket for programming

MelD
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Re: DIY NANO Strong

Post by MelD » 20 Jun 2020, 18:15

Thanks, all. Going to work with them this weekend. Got to break out the laptop and try to get the IDE fired up. Been a while....

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