<p>A range of high performance, 8-bit FLASH-based microcontrollers featuring a wide range of peripherals. <strong>MegaAVR</strong> offers substantial program and data memory and performance approaching 1 MIPS per MHz. Shares the same AVR instruction set and memory organisation as <strong>ATtiny</strong>, allowing for easy migration.
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130 Powerful instructions, most of which execute within a single clock cycle
Self-programming FLASH memory with boot block
High accuracy 10-bit ADC and up to x200 analogue gain stage options
UART/USMART and SPI interfaces on all models
Two Wire Interface (compatible with I²C) on all models except ATmega162
Low power device options offer 1.8V operations, optimising battery life
30 March 2014 Question by: Keith
| Product code: 73-4283
Q. What is the difference (apart from price) between the Atmega 328-PU and the Atmega 328P-PU?
A. Hi Keith. Thank you for your question. The main difference between the "P" version and the non "P" version is that the "P" version has lower power consumption.
16 June 2012 Question by: Daniel Bailey
Q. The technical specifications mention an atmega 328P-PU, the device used in an Arduino UNO. Do you sell them? (I can't seem to find it in the list of products in this range). I want to buy the raw microcontroler (Not on an Arduino and without the bootloader)
A. Thanks for your enquiry Daniel. I believe the product you are looking for is order code: 73-4283 .