A simple AVR DIP breakout board, that breaks out all the AVR pins onto RC servo-type headers (GND-Vcc-Signal), and has an on-board 5V/1A and 3.1V/110mA regulators for connection to an external 6V-15V power source.
Just like the Breadboarders, it follows the Arduino pinout to make it easy to find pin assignments. It features our standard 5-pin USB VCP/Bluetooth connector for reset-free programming and general serial I/O.
If you need an ATmega AVR MCU for this board, please see our selection of ATMega8 and ATMega328P MCUs, pre-programmed with the Arduino bootloader. For example: ATmega328P 16MHz with Arduino Uno Bootloader
Since these boards are most likely going to be used for a fixed purpose once the application code is finished, we didn't include a USB-UART serial transceiver on the board. You'll need to have a separate serial programming board such as our FTDIbridge or any other commonly available USB-serial converter, or you can use the standard AVR-ISP connection with an AVR programmer, like our USBasp board. (Arduino fully supports programming by ISP)
An on-board 1A regulator is installed for battery/external powered applications, and two I/O headers that are powered at battery voltage level (trace selectable) for high-speed servos, and other high-voltage uses.
As with most of our boards, we don't install or include headers or plugs, since the choice will vary greatly depending on the application and personal preferences. They are available (at a very low cost!) in the "Wires, Headers & Plugs" category.