The RDBKNAN1 provides a convenient method to connect to an Arduino NANO.
After plugging an Arduino NANO into the socket headers, signals may be conveniently accessed at terminal blocks and/or thru-hole pads. A number of convenient design features, such as a prototype area and pads that accommodate a DC-DC* converter for operation from higher supply voltages, facilitate the inclusion of an Arduino NANO in a variety of projects.
*See app note section for more information. DC-DC converter is not included with RDBKNAN1.
The signal connections on this product are clearly marked. Please note the following details:
1. All ground connections (GND) shown on this breakout board are electrically connected together (with or without a NANO module plugged in).
2. There are two signals dedicated to Reset (RST). Without a NANO module plugged in, these signals are not connected. When a NANO is plugged in, these signals are connected (thru the NANO).
A breakout board is sometimes referred to as a "transition module", "terminal board", "terminal block", "breakout box", "breakout adapter", "terminator", or "interface module".
|Description||Data Sheet||PDF Drawing||DWG Drawing||IGES Model||STEP Model||App Note|
|Arduino Nano Breakout, DIN Mount|
|Arduino Nano Breakout, Rubber Feet|
|Using NANO with higher supply voltage|
Pricing and Ordering
|Product #||Description||1+||10+||RoHS||Buy Now|
|RDBKNAN1-DIN||Breakout for Arduino NANO -- 3.5mm term blocks, thru-hole signal access points, small proto area, DIN mount||$18.75||$17.65||Yes|
|RDBKNAN1-FT||Breakout for Arduino NANO -- 3.5mm term blocks, thru-hole signal access points, small proto area, rubber feet||$17.10||$16.05||Yes|
All of the above items are normally stocked. Please call us if you need to verify availability for a specific quantity, or for pricing at higher quantities. Please visit our ordering page for our ordering policies and a list of ordering methods.