Atmega328P Arduino Plus Nrf24l01+ Board, Nrf24Duino R1.6

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(2 customer reviews)

$5.00

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Description

  • Nrf24Duino is a arduino based board, with attached 2.4G nrf24l01+ wireless transceiver, low cost and design to work for short distance wireless communication.
  • In open area distance can reach 500 meters, but at indoors environment it can only make 10-50 meters transmission, Nrf24l01 has a bad capability the transmitting through walls.

Feature:

  • On board control IC Atmega328, which is already flashed arduino bootloader and RF24 (getstartted) sketch.
  • On board 8M-bit (old 4M-bit) Winbond SPI Flash memory, use SPI flash library.
  • On board programming LED D9. No power LED.
  • Pre-soldered NRF24L01, not soldered pin headers. Find more information about this Nrf24l01 board here.

R1.6 New Features:

  • Bootloader firmware change to Arduino Pro-mini 3V3/8M for low power purpose.
  • Power Pin are “3V3, GND, VIN, 3V3”, VIN pin can be disconnected, support to use boost or buck board, for example our mini boost board. Use two AA battery, board can keep working when power is drained down to 1.8V.
  • D9 programming LED can be disconnected by jumper.
  • Optimize for NRF24L01+ transmission range, range test can be found here.
  • NRF IRQ interrupt pin is NOT connected to arduino D2 interrupt pin, during our test it seems influence the range, so it is discarded in this version. Board can work all fine, but this function still not be able to be used.

Specification:

  • Total board size within 23x37mm (old 4.5×2.5CM), arduino pro mini similar layout design.

Note:

  • Each purchase is for one board only.

Documentation on this page.

Additional information

Weight 0.015 kg

2 reviews for Atmega328P Arduino Plus Nrf24l01+ Board, Nrf24Duino R1.6

  1. rajbadri (verified owner)

    hi
    i have bought 2 modules of this item but can’t power it on. need help

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Bim

    Good boards. You can drive them from 5V via Vin, they are pretty compact and you can program them directly from the Arduino IDE. They work fine with the RF24 Arduino library.

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