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The Arduino UNO R4 Minima is armed with a powerful 32-bit microcontroller courtesy of Renesas. Brace yourself for increased processing power, expanded memory, and a whole new level of on-board peripherals. The best part? Compatibility with existing shields and accessories remains intact, and there's no need to make any changes to the standard form factor or 5 V operating voltage.
Joining the Arduino ecosystem, the UNO R4 is a trusty addition suitable for both beginners and seasoned electronics enthusiasts. Whether you're just starting out or looking to push the boundaries of your projects, this robust board delivers reliable performance every time.
Here's what the UNO R4 Minima offers:
UNO R4 Minima Development Board R7FA4M1AB3CFM#AA0
Working with the documentation, open the box and test the out of the box experience. Show us what you discovered through text, images, videos, and/or any other media, so the reader understands what is involved in using the product.
|Begin enrollment:||August 17, 2023|
|End enrollment:||Sept 27, 2023|
|Select roadtesters:||Sept 28, 2023|
|Ship unit:||Oct 10 2023|
|Begin roadtesting:||Oct 15 2023|
|element14 follow up:||Nov 15 2023|
|Post Reviews by:||Dec 15 2023|
Arduino is an open-source hardware, software and content platform with a global community of over 30 million active users. Born to provide an easy-to-use platform for anyone making interactive projects, Arduino has adapted to new needs and challenges, branching out into products for IoT, wearables, 3D printing and embedded environments. Its success has been made possible by combining a wide variety of electronics boards, easy-to-use tools, a collaborative community and practical project examples to suit all levels.
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