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  • 27/08/2014

    The cheapest way to get the Nano v.3. USB cable is the standard one. I had problems recognizing in W7-x64 but it works perfect after installing new driver (different of Ardudino Uno), Can download from http://robotstore.cz/obchod/arduino/dccduino-nano-v3-0-atmega328-ch340g-arduino-rozsirujici-deska/

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  • 02/08/2019

    Works great. Used in project to run a OLED screen. You need to install CH340 drivers and select "old bootloader" in Arduino IDE in order for it to conect. Price unbeatable.

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  • 12/02/2020

    Great product Great Product Great experience Great experience This product is powered by the old Pot Lauder This products use (old Bootloader)

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  • 26/02/2018

    This is really nice board. Silkscreen is readable. Only complaint I have is that board has mini usb instead of micro usb connector, so you might need to get cable for it: http://bit.ly/2oj7ZeB You will have to solder pins yourself, if you’re not into it, there is board with pins already soldered: http://bit.ly/2oeN5gH

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  • 03/12/2017

    This is quite nice board. Silkscreen is nice and readable. Only complaint I have is that board has mini usb instead of micro usb connector, so you might need to get mini usb cable: https://goo.gl/MgE41a You will have to solder pins yourself, if you’re not into it, there is board with pins already soldered: https://goo.gl/PYEipY

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  • 23/11/2014

    Incredible price for this small device. But with the normal ftdi-drivers this nano wasn't recognized and installed properly (Win 7 64bit). With the following drivers the problems were fixed. Now the clone runs absolutely flawless like an original one. Drivers: http://www.winchiphead.com/download/CH341/CH341SER.ZIP

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  • 01/10/2018

    Nice little controller for HAM radio fox-hunting transmitter on 80-meters. Have built the transmitter board and the Arduino Nano is piggy backed upon it. Arduino takes care of the timing (transmitter on and off) and generates the Morse code to be transmitted. Five of these units are operational at this time, more to follow!

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  • 25/01/2021

    As is already the case, all the aduinos are operating in perfect condition. They are already programmed and ready to be used. Please note the cable to use, there are cables that do not work well, it is not from the arduino. Use Nano "old bootloader".

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  • 07/08/2017

    This is quite nice board. I tested it on my mac, and it worked like a charm. Silkscreen is more readable than on some other nano boards I have. Only complaint I have is that board has mini usb instead of micro usb connector, which is far less common, so you might need to get mini usb cable: https://goo.gl/MgE41a. You will have to solder pins yourself, if you’re not into it, there is board with pins pre soldered: https://goo.gl/PYEipY

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  • 20/10/2019

    Operational only with old bootloader (in Arduino IDE)!

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