The Arduino Uno Smd Is A Version Of The Arduino Uno, But Uses An Surface Mount Version Of The Atmega328P Instead Of The Through-Hole Version. The Board Is Based On The Atmega328 (Datasheet). It Has 14 Digital Input/Output Pins (Of Which 6 Can Be Used As Pwm Outputs), 6 Analog Inputs, A 16 MHz Crystal Oscillator, A USB Connection, A Power Jack, An Icsp Header, And A Reset Button. It Contains Everything Needed To Support The Microcontroller; Simply Connect It To A Computer With A USB Cable Or Power It With A AC-To-Dc Adapter Or Battery To Get Started. The Uno Differs From All Preceding Boards In That It Does Not Use The FTDI USB-To-Serial Driver Chip. Instead, It Features The Atmega8U2 Programmed As A USB-To-Serial Converter.
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