Standalone Arduino UNO

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Introduction: Standalone Arduino UNO

This is just a replica of my arduino UNO. They are easy to program, all you need to do is just connect RX TX GND Reset ----------------- So far I have made 6 of them lol which are currently being used by other projects.

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    romny1992
    romny1992

    8 years ago on Introduction

    all the pins are accessible.

    i use them without problems look

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    romny1992
    romny1992

    8 years ago on Introduction

    sorry i forgot to put the part list lol


    (1) Atmel 328p
    (1) 5V regulator
    (1) small PBC from radishack
    (1) Red small LED
    (1) Green small LED
    (2) 10uf 35v Capacitor
    (1) Push Button to reset it
    (2) 22pF Ceramic Capacitor
    (1) 100nF Ceramic Capacitor
    (2) 510 Resistor
    (1) 1K Resistor
    (1) 16,000 Crystal
    (23) Male Headers "wish i had Females, but i only had Males Available"
    (1) terminal to connect power source.

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    ishan553
    ishan553

    6 years ago on Introduction

    how to connect it to a pc to program it

    i think u should add a usb soccet

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    dvingale
    dvingale

    7 years ago on Introduction

    i built the same ckt , i have connected TX->RX, RX->TX, RST, 5v, Gnd as specified by you, i have removed the controller from uno board, i am using Arduino 1.5.5 ver IDE, arduino port checked its on com7, the boot loader is pre loaded for arduino....
    when i hit upload i get the following error msg....
    avrdude: stk500_getsync(): not in sync: resp=0x00
    can you guide me on this pls ???

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    Ali051292
    Ali051292

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I had the same problem, but i solved it. Its very easy to solve it. When you have had uploaded the program to your arduino, under uploading just unplug or turn your arduino off, once you did it, the problem will be solved, and you can try again to upload the program with success :)

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    romny1992
    romny1992

    7 years ago

    @dvingale
    Give me your email. I'll send you a video to guide you!

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    rohinrohin
    rohinrohin

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Good Tutorial! :D
    I just had a question on how you program it using an Arduino Uno?

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    romny1992
    romny1992

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    It's easy just connect:

    Arduino Uno-------------Stand alone arduino
    Rx -------------------------> Tx
    Tx -------------------------> Rx
    Reset ---------------------> Reset
    5V -------------------------> 5V
    Gnd -----------------------> Gnd

    Remember to remove your chip from the Original arduino UNO.
    Otherwise it will not work.

    http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ArduinoToBreadboard

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    maxatan
    maxatan

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Hi !
    If you have (like me) an arduino UNO SMD, you cant remove the original chip from the arduino :(... How can you program the standalone ATmega ? So solutions exist ?

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    rohinrohin
    rohinrohin

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    You would not be able to program using an ARDUINO SMD. You would need to buy a USB-TTL adapter to upload the sketches to the standalone arduino, and a AVR Programmer to boot-load your atmega chip with the arduino firmware if your chip wasn't boot-loaded before(done only once).
    pm me if you have any questions! :)

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    rohinrohin
    rohinrohin

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    You would not be able to program using an ARDUINO SMD. You would need to buy a USB-TTL adapter to upload the sketches to the standalone arduino, and a AVR Programmer to boot-load your atmega chip with the arduino firmware if your chip was'wasn't programmed before(done only once).
    pm me if you have any questions! :)

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    romny1992
    romny1992

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Second option is to get a:

    USB 2.0 TO TTL UART, CP2102 (chipset) 6 PIN SERIAL CONVERTER MODULE.

    If you don't feel comfortable removing your chip from your original arduino uno.

    This is the link:
    http://bit.ly/ZZm3mW