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Nano

Discussion in 'Arduino' started by MrAl, Sep 8, 2015.

  1. MrAl

    MrAl Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    Hi,

    Anyone try the Nano yet?
    PC board only about 0.7 x 1.7 inches yet has full 328P capabilities.
     
  2. SPDCHK

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    Yes.

    I am currently using the NANO in two applications at my home

    1 For controlling my evacuated water heater heating element timing control
    2 For controlling my swimming pool solar panels Delta Temperature control

    In both cases I'm using I2C for LCD display and Dallas DS1820 temperature probes. In the water heater application I also use the DS3231 real time clock chip, to make sure my time is always current, should the power fail, which happens quite frequently in ZA

    I am currently working on RS485 I/O port expansion project but with work loads I'm not getting the project finished as yet :(
     
  3. MrAl

    MrAl Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    Hello there,

    Oh ok, so i guess there are people here using them on a regular basis.
    I just got my first Nano yesterday so i am going to do some tests. So far so good, but i am wondering if the Analog converter is as good as the PIC chips, which includes the implementation as well as the practical aspects. I am hoping one of the GND breakout pins on the board goes directly to the GND pin on the chip for analog purposes.
     

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