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make your own complete arduino

by dilll1990 on Tue Apr 30, 2013 3:35 am

i wanna make a complete copy of arduino uno r3
do you have some idea where can i get the diagram of pcb. arduino uno r2 diagram is available on internet but i cant find diagram of uno r3.
i found something like this here for uno 2
http://vonkonow.com/wordpress/2012/10/n ... y-arduino/
but it is not complete, Usb is missing and you have to add usb module externally.

here is another diagram of r2 pcb
http://onlyhdwallpapers.com/thumbnail/a ... 812959.png

i actually need some diagrams of uno r3 to print them myself on a pcb and then assemble it myself...

also if you know where can i get just a printed pcb so that i purchase a pcb and then assemble a complete arduino?
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Re: make your own complete arduino

by westfw on Tue Apr 30, 2013 5:28 am

Um. From the Arduino site: http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardUno ?
See the arduino-uno-Rev3-reference-design.zip download. You'll probably need to download and learn EAGLE to get printed images of the board layers. It's a double-sided board with lots of vias, not really well suited to home fabrication.

The links you included are not "Arduino Uno R2"; they're Version 3 of the Single Sided Serial Arduino design, which you can find more fully described here: http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardS ... ngleSided3

I don't know of anyone who sells a "full" bare board that you can populate. There are numerous bare boards that implement some subset (usually not including the USB.) (like http://shop.evilmadscientist.com/produc ... tsmenu/183 ) There are some bare boards designed for amateur fabrication that include a serial interface
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Re: make your own complete arduino

by dilll1990 on Tue Apr 30, 2013 6:13 am

Is it possible to get some dual sided printed pcb for uno r3 and assemble it myself?

Is there any single sided uno r3 board design with usb??
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Re: make your own complete arduino

by adafruit_support_rick on Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:38 am

Why would you want to simply assemble a Uno? You can buy them already built for cheaper than you could possibly source the parts yourself. There's some pretty fine SMT on there as well. Nothing that I would care to do with a soldering iron. Are you planning to use a reflow oven?

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Re: make your own complete arduino

by dilll1990 on Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:08 am

Yeah i know it is easy to purchase a complete Arduino and use it, but i wanna build it my self.
You please answer my question instead of other suggestions. :) Thanks 8)
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Re: make your own complete arduino

by adafruit_support_rick on Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:22 am

I don't know of anywhere you can get such a thing. Maybe check over on the arduino.cc forums.

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Re: make your own complete arduino

by dilll1990 on Tue Apr 30, 2013 10:49 am

Thanks
I think there is some problem with their forum. I can't register into it.
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Re: make your own complete arduino

by westfw on Tue Apr 30, 2013 11:51 am

The closest thing to a "build-it-yourself" Uno is probably NKC's "Freeduino" kit, http://store.nkcelectronics.com/freedui ... e-kit.html , but it's older (duemilanove compatible.)
It's sold as a kit with a couple of SMT components pre-soldered, and the remaining components are all through-hole. It's being provided through Seeed these days, I think. You might be able to get bare boards there as well...
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Re: make your own complete arduino

by thefatmoop on Tue Apr 30, 2013 1:21 pm

There really isn't much to an arduino... Make your own. If you want fewer components, look into using an 8Mhz version and use the atmega's internal 8mhz resonator.

http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Standalone
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Re: make your own complete arduino

by dilll1990 on Tue Apr 30, 2013 3:47 pm

thanks for your helpful replays.
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Re: make your own complete arduino

by adafruit_support_rick on Tue Apr 30, 2013 4:10 pm

Well, if you're not strictly interested in exactly replicating a Uno, there are some other things you can look at:

There's the Barebones AVR Development Board. The product page has a link to instructions for making a 'minimal arduino'.

Then there's the Boarduino. You can buy the bare PCB for that.

And there's the Adafruit MENTA kit.

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Re: make your own complete arduino

by boinerz on Tue May 07, 2013 6:59 pm

Advantage of manufacture capability is I think obvious going to large-scale. Even small scale permits potential growth with the right design, useful for your own application as well as others. The world is a BIG BIG place...

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This is an Arduino compatible 2313.

I am working on a MEGA32:

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I plan to try the Atmel APPNOTE 305 which implements USB in assembly in the 2313 leaving little room for else. I compiled the code targeting the MEGA32, it looks do-able. AN305 provides tips on implementing it on other processors and an example ATMEGA8 implementation.

Beyond Arduino compatibility, the hardware will also support other code such as that called ILOS featured at CodeProject: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/system/avrilos/schematic.pdf Link is to a schematic but checkout the demonstration. I have compiled it in Atmel Studio 6, interested in combining Arduino and ILOS features. An Arduino application would exist as hosted inside the ILOS.

Interesting thing about ATMEGA32 is that it is available in 40-pin DIP, well suited to hobbyists who don't want to freakout when the processor is damaged. Simply drop in a replacement for little cost, a good selling feature when attempting to appeal to multiple sets of users. The ILOS code is in C, and warrants adaptation to C++ for hosting Arduino applications.

It will take me months to put both the hardware and software together,, looking for help. I think the result will yield a chance to sell the Arduino-compatible to hobbyists. As well it will host the application I have in mind.
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