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Arduino Nano Every (Single Board)
Arduino Nano Every (Single Board)
Arduino Nano Every (Single Board)
Arduino Nano Every (Single Board)
Arduino Nano Every (Single Board)

Arduino Nano Every (Single Board)

Arduino Nano Every (Single Board)
Arduino Nano Every (Single Board)
Arduino Nano Every (Single Board)
Arduino Nano Every (Single Board)
Arduino Nano Every (Single Board)
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Features

  • Small (48mm x 18mm), robust and powerful board Based on the ATMega4809 AVR processor
  • Clock 20MHz, Flash 48KB, SRAM 6KB, EEPROM 256byte.
  • Two 15 pins connectors (one on each side) that are pin to pin compatible with the original Arduino Nano
  • Power supply architecture based on a high efficiency DC-DC converter allows powering the board at up to 21V and to drive output peripherals with up to 950mA without overheating.
  • Get started in minutes with thousands of sketches available in open source

Description

The Arduino Nano Every’s tiny size (48×18 mm) makes it ideal for wearable projects; in experiments, in prototypes or in a full cosplay setup! Sensors and motors can be connected without too much fuss which means it’s great for robotics, drones and 3D printing too. Flexible to the requirements of your design, it can be used as a breadboard when mounting pin headers, or s a SMT directly soldered on a PCB thanks to its castellated pads. The Configurable Custom Logic (CCL) is a great way to get beginners more interested in hardware. We’ve used a quality USB chip so people won’t have connection or driver issues. The separate SAMD11 ARM Cortex M0+ processor handling the USB interface also makes it possible to implement different USB classes such as Human Interface Device (HID) instead of just the classic CDC/UART.


Product Dimensions 1.77 x 0.71 x 0.39 inches


Item Weight 0.635 ounces


Manufacturer Arduino


ASIN B07VX7MX27


Item model number ABX00028_SML


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 102 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #283 in Single Board Computers (Computers & Accessories)


Date First Available July 31, 2019


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Features

  • Small (48mm x 18mm), robust and powerful board Based on the ATMega4809 AVR processor
  • Clock 20MHz, Flash 48KB, SRAM 6KB, EEPROM 256byte.
  • Two 15 pins connectors (one on each side) that are pin to pin compatible with the original Arduino Nano
  • Power supply architecture based on a high efficiency DC-DC converter allows powering the board at up to 21V and to drive output peripherals with up to 950mA without overheating.
  • Get started in minutes with thousands of sketches available in open source

Description

The Arduino Nano Every’s tiny size (48×18 mm) makes it ideal for wearable projects; in experiments, in prototypes or in a full cosplay setup! Sensors and motors can be connected without too much fuss which means it’s great for robotics, drones and 3D printing too. Flexible to the requirements of your design, it can be used as a breadboard when mounting pin headers, or s a SMT directly soldered on a PCB thanks to its castellated pads. The Configurable Custom Logic (CCL) is a great way to get beginners more interested in hardware. We’ve used a quality USB chip so people won’t have connection or driver issues. The separate SAMD11 ARM Cortex M0+ processor handling the USB interface also makes it possible to implement different USB classes such as Human Interface Device (HID) instead of just the classic CDC/UART.


Product Dimensions 1.77 x 0.71 x 0.39 inches


Item Weight 0.635 ounces


Manufacturer Arduino


ASIN B07VX7MX27


Item model number ABX00028_SML


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 102 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #283 in Single Board Computers (Computers & Accessories)


Date First Available July 31, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Small (48mm x 18mm), robust and powerful board Based on the ATMega4809 AVR processor
  • Clock 20MHz, Flash 48KB, SRAM 6KB, EEPROM 256byte.
  • Two 15 pins connectors (one on each side) that are pin to pin compatible with the original Arduino Nano
  • Power supply architecture based on a high efficiency DC-DC converter allows powering the board at up to 21V and to drive output peripherals with up to 950mA without overheating.
  • Get started in minutes with thousands of sketches available in open source

Description

The Arduino Nano Every’s tiny size (48×18 mm) makes it ideal for wearable projects; in experiments, in prototypes or in a full cosplay setup! Sensors and motors can be connected without too much fuss which means it’s great for robotics, drones and 3D printing too. Flexible to the requirements of your design, it can be used as a breadboard when mounting pin headers, or s a SMT directly soldered on a PCB thanks to its castellated pads. The Configurable Custom Logic (CCL) is a great way to get beginners more interested in hardware. We’ve used a quality USB chip so people won’t have connection or driver issues. The separate SAMD11 ARM Cortex M0+ processor handling the USB interface also makes it possible to implement different USB classes such as Human Interface Device (HID) instead of just the classic CDC/UART.


Product Dimensions 1.77 x 0.71 x 0.39 inches


Item Weight 0.635 ounces


Manufacturer Arduino


ASIN B07VX7MX27


Item model number ABX00028_SML


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 102 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #283 in Single Board Computers (Computers & Accessories)


Date First Available July 31, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews Arduino Nano Every - sold in either 3 or 6 packs, not as singles according to Arduino however, I have seen them on eBay separately. This must be someone reselling. This is NOT a Nano. It is an evolution of the traditional Arduino Nano, their words, not mine. It is the same size as the Nano with the same number of input/outputs. The website says it only has 5 pwm pins since D11 is used for something else but, according to the pinout sheet I still count 6. It uses an ATMega4809 processor instead of the standard ATMega328P with 50% more program memory (48k vs 32k) and 200% more RAM (6k vs 2k). Yeah I know, I got it off the website. Just cause they can develop neat devices doesn’t make them good at math. The ATMega4809 runs at 20mhz while the ATMega328P runs at 16mhz The IDE went to the Arduino website and downloaded the correct board and USB port when I plugged the first one in. The boards evidently have the “Blink” exercise routine already in memory. Uploaded a sketch without issue. (I use a Mac, you PC weenies are on your own) There is a warning from the IDE after compiling the code “avrdude: jtagmkII_initialize(): Cannot locate "flash" and "boot" memories in description”, but it doesn’t affect the compile or upload. Header pins are not attached to the board. It tells this on the website but not in any of the sellers ads. Uses a Micro-B USB cable instead of the Mini-B used on the standard Nano. It is not included. The boards aren’t even in anti static bags, just loose in the boxes. Has the Official NFL or NASCAR silver sticker on the boxes for all the Arduino snobs.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 3, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;This is a Nano on steroids.;;Pat Patterson;;;Nano Every = Everyday Use. Primary chip ATMega4809 which runs at 20Mhz or 16Mhz with a SAMD11 doing the USB interfacing. It is functionally compatible with the old Nano except with some nice improvements. Two noticed; more current output on the 3.3V pin and really nice, TX and RX can actually be used without issues. The only disappointment is it does have mounting holes except they are too small to be of use. Some new stuff to explore with this one, the possibility to program the SAMD, changing the clock, exploring the native use of the 4809.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Maker Arduino Go To Board;;Ub;;;doesn't work with the standard IDE.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;doesn't work;;brien steffey;;;This little computer is well made. Has a better current adjustment pot than some of the clones. Used as a controller for conversion of a manual camera slider to a stepper driven slider. Easy to incorporate in a small 3D printed housing with NEMA 17 motor and driver.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great controller;;MontanaMonk;;;the Nano Every seems to work pretty well, but i did find that code which compiles for the Nano doesn't necessarily compile cleanly for the Every. i do not know why, and i'm not sure i will try to find out. however, i can't really think of a reason to use the Every instead of a Nano V3. i gave it 4 stars because of the incompatibility. other than that, it is worth 5 stars. if the incompatibility is really a result of buggy design, then it's only worth 3 stars.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2020;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;not quite the same as a V3;;D. Sroelov;;;Nice true Arduino boards without the headers. I prefer no headers as I want to use different ones than typically are soldered on. This board has a lot of punch compared to the Uno but is software and pin compatible. Thanks Arduino!;;Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great deal.;;John Coryat;;;I've bought plenty of knockoff Arduino Nanos, and for the most part I have no regrets. But these were for sensors on a high school FRC competition robot. I didn't want to compromise on quality or deal with alternate USB drivers. These work as well as you would expect and I'm certain the quality is there.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Can always trust the original;;Kevin;;;First, I did every possible thing and I could not get the sketches to upload, and I have worked with many arduino boards in the past. I thought possibly this was a bad one. Turned out that you need to install the Nano Every driver in IDE using the Tools Device Manager - The Nano by itself does not work. After that everything worked.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2020;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Missing info;;Neil

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Pat Patterson - Reviewed in the United States on May 3, 2020
This is a Nano on steroids.
Arduino Nano Every - sold in either 3 or 6 packs, not as singles according to Arduino however, I have seen them on eBay separately. This must be someone reselling. This is NOT a Nano. It is an evolution of the traditional Arduino Nano, their words, not mine. It is the same size as the Nano with the same number of input/outputs. The website says it only has 5 pwm pins since D11 is used for something else but, according to the pinout sheet I still count 6. It uses an ATMega4809 processor instead of the standard ATMega328P with 50% more program memory (48k vs 32k) and 200% more RAM (6k vs 2k). Yeah I know, I got it off the website. Just cause they can develop neat devices doesn’t make them good at math. The ATMega4809 runs at 20mhz while the ATMega328P runs at 16mhz The IDE went to the Arduino website and downloaded the correct board and USB port when I plugged the first one in. The boards evidently have the “Blink” exercise routine already in memory. Uploaded a sketch without issue. (I use a Mac, you PC weenies are on your own) There is a warning from the IDE after compiling the code “avrdude: jtagmkII_initialize(): Cannot locate "flash" and "boot" memories in description”, but it doesn’t affect the compile or upload. Header pins are not attached to the board. It tells this on the website but not in any of the sellers ads. Uses a Micro-B USB cable instead of the Mini-B used on the standard Nano. It is not included. The boards aren’t even in anti static bags, just loose in the boxes. Has the Official NFL or NASCAR silver sticker on the boxes for all the Arduino snobs.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ub - Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2019
Maker Arduino Go To Board
Nano Every = Everyday Use. Primary chip ATMega4809 which runs at 20Mhz or 16Mhz with a SAMD11 doing the USB interfacing. It is functionally compatible with the old Nano except with some nice improvements. Two noticed; more current output on the 3.3V pin and really nice, TX and RX can actually be used without issues. The only disappointment is it does have mounting holes except they are too small to be of use. Some new stuff to explore with this one, the possibility to program the SAMD, changing the clock, exploring the native use of the 4809.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By brien steffey - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2019
doesn't work
doesn't work with the standard IDE.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By MontanaMonk - Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2019
Great controller
This little computer is well made. Has a better current adjustment pot than some of the clones. Used as a controller for conversion of a manual camera slider to a stepper driven slider. Easy to incorporate in a small 3D printed housing with NEMA 17 motor and driver.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By D. Sroelov - Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2020
not quite the same as a V3
the Nano Every seems to work pretty well, but i did find that code which compiles for the Nano doesn't necessarily compile cleanly for the Every. i do not know why, and i'm not sure i will try to find out. however, i can't really think of a reason to use the Every instead of a Nano V3. i gave it 4 stars because of the incompatibility. other than that, it is worth 5 stars. if the incompatibility is really a result of buggy design, then it's only worth 3 stars.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By John Coryat - Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2020
Great deal.
Nice true Arduino boards without the headers. I prefer no headers as I want to use different ones than typically are soldered on. This board has a lot of punch compared to the Uno but is software and pin compatible. Thanks Arduino!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevin - Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2020
Can always trust the original
I've bought plenty of knockoff Arduino Nanos, and for the most part I have no regrets. But these were for sensors on a high school FRC competition robot. I didn't want to compromise on quality or deal with alternate USB drivers. These work as well as you would expect and I'm certain the quality is there.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Neil - Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2020
Missing info
First, I did every possible thing and I could not get the sketches to upload, and I have worked with many arduino boards in the past. I thought possibly this was a bad one. Turned out that you need to install the Nano Every driver in IDE using the Tools Device Manager - The Nano by itself does not work. After that everything worked.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Pat Patterson - Reviewed in the United States on May 3, 2020
This is a Nano on steroids.
Arduino Nano Every - sold in either 3 or 6 packs, not as singles according to Arduino however, I have seen them on eBay separately. This must be someone reselling. This is NOT a Nano. It is an evolution of the traditional Arduino Nano, their words, not mine. It is the same size as the Nano with the same number of input/outputs. The website says it only has 5 pwm pins since D11 is used for something else but, according to the pinout sheet I still count 6. It uses an ATMega4809 processor instead of the standard ATMega328P with 50% more program memory (48k vs 32k) and 200% more RAM (6k vs 2k). Yeah I know, I got it off the website. Just cause they can develop neat devices doesn’t make them good at math. The ATMega4809 runs at 20mhz while the ATMega328P runs at 16mhz The IDE went to the Arduino website and downloaded the correct board and USB port when I plugged the first one in. The boards evidently have the “Blink” exercise routine already in memory. Uploaded a sketch without issue. (I use a Mac, you PC weenies are on your own) There is a warning from the IDE after compiling the code “avrdude: jtagmkII_initialize(): Cannot locate "flash" and "boot" memories in description”, but it doesn’t affect the compile or upload. Header pins are not attached to the board. It tells this on the website but not in any of the sellers ads. Uses a Micro-B USB cable instead of the Mini-B used on the standard Nano. It is not included. The boards aren’t even in anti static bags, just loose in the boxes. Has the Official NFL or NASCAR silver sticker on the boxes for all the Arduino snobs.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ub - Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2019
Maker Arduino Go To Board
Nano Every = Everyday Use. Primary chip ATMega4809 which runs at 20Mhz or 16Mhz with a SAMD11 doing the USB interfacing. It is functionally compatible with the old Nano except with some nice improvements. Two noticed; more current output on the 3.3V pin and really nice, TX and RX can actually be used without issues. The only disappointment is it does have mounting holes except they are too small to be of use. Some new stuff to explore with this one, the possibility to program the SAMD, changing the clock, exploring the native use of the 4809.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By brien steffey - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2019
doesn't work
doesn't work with the standard IDE.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By MontanaMonk - Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2019
Great controller
This little computer is well made. Has a better current adjustment pot than some of the clones. Used as a controller for conversion of a manual camera slider to a stepper driven slider. Easy to incorporate in a small 3D printed housing with NEMA 17 motor and driver.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By D. Sroelov - Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2020
not quite the same as a V3
the Nano Every seems to work pretty well, but i did find that code which compiles for the Nano doesn't necessarily compile cleanly for the Every. i do not know why, and i'm not sure i will try to find out. however, i can't really think of a reason to use the Every instead of a Nano V3. i gave it 4 stars because of the incompatibility. other than that, it is worth 5 stars. if the incompatibility is really a result of buggy design, then it's only worth 3 stars.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By John Coryat - Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2020
Great deal.
Nice true Arduino boards without the headers. I prefer no headers as I want to use different ones than typically are soldered on. This board has a lot of punch compared to the Uno but is software and pin compatible. Thanks Arduino!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevin - Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2020
Can always trust the original
I've bought plenty of knockoff Arduino Nanos, and for the most part I have no regrets. But these were for sensors on a high school FRC competition robot. I didn't want to compromise on quality or deal with alternate USB drivers. These work as well as you would expect and I'm certain the quality is there.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Neil - Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2020
Missing info
First, I did every possible thing and I could not get the sketches to upload, and I have worked with many arduino boards in the past. I thought possibly this was a bad one. Turned out that you need to install the Nano Every driver in IDE using the Tools Device Manager - The Nano by itself does not work. After that everything worked.