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This is a non-exhaustive list of Arduino boards and compatible systems. It lists boards in these categories:

  • Released under the official Arduino name
  • Arduino "shield" compatible
  • Development-environment compatible
  • Based on non-Atmel processors

Where different from the Arduino base feature set, compatibility, features, and licensing details are included.

Official Arduino boards[edit]

Many versions of the official Arduino hardware have been commercially produced to date:[1][2]

Name Processor Format Host interface I/O Release date Notes
Processor Frequency Dimensions Voltage Flash (kB) EEPROM (kB) SRAM (kB) Digital I/O (pins) Digital I/O with PWM (pins) Analog input (pins)
Arduino Zero[3] ATSAMD21G18A[4] (Cortex-M0+) 48 MHz Arduino USB 3.3 V 256 up to 16 by emulation 32 14 6 6 May 15, 2014
Arduino Due[5][6] ATSAM3X8E[7] (Cortex-M3) 84 MHz Mega 4 in × 2.1 in [ 101.6 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB 16U2[8] + native host[9] 3.3 V 512 0[10] 96 54 12 12 October 22, 2012[11] The first Arduino board based on an ARM Processor. Features 2 channel 12-bit DAC, 84Mhz clock frequency, 32-bit architecture, 512KB Flash and 96KB SRAM. Unlike most arduino boards, it operates on 3.3 V and is not 5 V tolerant.
Arduino Yún[12] Atmega32U4,[13]
Atheros AR9331
16 MHz,
400 MHz
Arduino 2.7 in × 2.1 in [ 68.6 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB 5 V 32 kB,
16 MB
1 kB,
0 kB
2.5 kB,
64 MB
14 6 12 September 10, 2013[14] Arduino Yún is the combination of a classic Arduino Leonardo (based on the Atmega32U4 processor) with a Wifi system on a chip (SoC) running Linino, a MIPS GNU/Linux based on OpenWrt.
Arduino Leonardo[15][16] Atmega32U4[13] 16 MHz Arduino 2.7 in × 2.1 in [ 68.6 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB 32U4[13] 5 V 32 1 2.5 14 6 12 July 23, 2012[17]
Arduino Leonardo

The Leonardo uses the Atmega32U4 processor, which has a USB controller built-in, eliminating one chip as compared to previous Arduinos.
Arduino Uno[18][19] ATmega328P[20] 16 MHz Arduino 2.7 in × 2.1 in [ 68.6 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB 8U2[21] (Rev1&2)/

16U2[8] (Rev3)

5 V 32 1 2 14 6 6 September 24, 2010[22]
Arduino Uno

This uses the same ATmega328 as late-model Duemilanove, but whereas the Duemilanove used an FTDI chipset for USB, the Uno uses an ATmega16U2 (ATmega8U2 before rev3) programmed as a serial converter.
Arduino Mega2560[23][24] ATmega2560[25] 16 MHz Mega 4 in × 2.1 in [ 101.6 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB 8U2[21] (Rev1&2)/

16U2[8] (Rev3)

5 V 256 4 8 54 15 16 September 24, 2010[22]
Arduino Mega2560

Total memory of 256 kB. Uses the ATmega16U2 (ATmega8U2 before Rev3) USB chipset. Most shields that were designed for the Duemilanove, Diecimila, or Uno will fit, but a few shields will not fit because of interference with the extra pins.
Arduino Ethernet[26] ATmega328[27] 16 MHz Arduino 2.7 in × 2.1 in [ 68.6 mm × 53.3 mm ] Ethernet Serial interface Wiznet Ethernet 5 V 32 1 2 14 4 6 July 13, 2011[28]
Arduino Ethernet

Based on the same WIZnet W5100 chipset as the Arduino Ethernet Shield.[29] A serial interface is provided for programming, but no USB interface. Late versions of this board support Power over Ethernet (PoE).
Arduino Fio[30] ATmega328P[20] 8 MHz minimal 2.6 in × 1.1 in [ 66.0 mm × 27.9 mm ] XBee Serial 3.3 V 32 1 2 14 6 8 March 18, 2010[31]
Arduino Fio

Includes XBee socket on bottom of board.[32]
Arduino Nano[33] ATmega328[27]
(ATmega168 before v3.0[34])
16 MHz minimal 1.70 in × 0.73 in [ 43.18 mm × 18.54 mm ] USB FTDI FT232R[35] 5 V 16/32 0.5/1 1/2 14 6 8 May 15, 2008[36]
Arduino Nano

This small USB-powered version of the Arduino uses a surface-mounted processor.
LilyPad Arduino[37] ATmega168V or ATmega328V 8 MHz wearable 2 in ⌀51 mm ⌀ 2.7-5.5 V 16 0.5 1 14 6 6 October 17, 2007[38]
LilyPad Arduino

This minimalist design is for wearable applications.
Arduino Pro [39] ATmega168 or ATmega328[39] 16 MHz Arduino 2.05 in × 2.1 in [ 52.1 mm × 53.3 mm ] UART Serial, I2C(TWI), SPI FTDI 5 V or 3.3 V 16/32 0.5/1 1/2 14 6 6
Arduino Pro

Designed and manufactured by SparkFun Electronics for use in semi-permanent installations.
Arduino Mega ADK[40] ATmega2560[25] 16 MHz Mega 4 in × 2.1 in [ 101.6 mm × 53.3 mm ] 8U2[21]


MAX3421E
USB Host

5 V 256 4 8 54 14 16 July 13, 2011[28]
Arduino Esplora[41] Atmega32U4[13] 16 MHz 6.5 in × 2.4 in [ 165.1 mm × 61.0 mm ] 32U4[13] 5 V 32 1 2.5 December 10, 2012 Analog joystick, four buttons, several sensors, 2 TinkerKit inputs and 2 outputs, LCD connector
Arduino Micro[42] ATmega32U4[13] 16 MHz 0.7 in × 1.9 in [ 17.8 mm × 48.3 mm ] 5 V 32 1 2.5 20 7 12 November 8, 2012[43]
Arduino Micro

This Arduino was co-designed by Adafruit.
Arduino (Pro) Mini[44] ATmega168[34] (Pro uses ATMega328) 8 MHz (3.3 V model) or 16 MHz (5 V model) 0.7 in × 1.3 in [ 17.8 mm × 33.0 mm ] 5 V or 3.3 V 16 0.5 1 14 6 6 August 23, 2008[45]
Arduino Mini

This miniature version of the Arduino uses a surface-mounted processor.

Superseded boards[edit]

The following have been superseded by later and more capable versions from Arduino, but some, particularly the Duemilanove, are still in widespread use.

Name Processor Format Host interface I/O Release date Notes
Processor Frequency Dimensions Voltage Flash (kB) EEPROM (kB) SRAM (kB) Digital I/O (pins) Digital I/O with PWM (pins) Analog input (pins)
Serial Arduino[46] ATmega8[47] 16 MHz Arduino 3.2 in × 2.1 in [ 81.3 mm × 53.3 mm ] DE-9 serial connection native
Arduino Serial

The first board labelled "Arduino".

Arduino USB[1] ATmega8[47] 16 MHz Arduino 3.2 in × 2.1 in [ 81.3 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB FTDI FT232BM
Arduino USB v2.0
Changed: USB replaces RS-232 interface, Improved: Arduino can be powered from host
Arduino Extreme[1] ATmega8[47] 16 MHz Arduino 3.2 in × 2.1 in [ 81.3 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB The Arduino Extreme uses many more surface mount components than previous USB Arduino boards and comes with female pin headers.[1]
Arduino NG (Nuova Generazione)[1] ATmega8[47] 16 MHz Arduino 3.2 in × 2.1 in [ 81.3 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB FTDI FT232RL
Arduino NG
Improved: FT232BM has been replaced by FT232RL to require fewer external components, LED on pin 13 added
Arduino NG plus ATmega168[34] 16 MHz Arduino 3.2 in × 2.1 in [ 81.3 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB
Arduino BT (Bluetooth)[48][49] ATmega168[34]
ATmega328[27]
16 MHz Arduino 3.2 in × 2.1 in [ 81.3 mm × 53.3 mm ] Bluetooth Bluegiga WT11 Bluetooth 5 V 32 1 2 14 4 6 October 22, 2007[50]
Arduino BT

Similar to the Arduino NG, this has a Bluetooth module rather than a serial interface.[48] Programming is carried out via Bluetooth.
Arduino Diecimila[51] ATmega168 (DIP-28)[34] 16 MHz Arduino 2.7 in × 2.1 in [ 68.6 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB FTDI 5 V 16 0.5 1 14 6 6 October 22, 2007[50]
Arduino Diecimila
Improved: Host is able to reset the Arduino, pin headers for reset and 3.3 V, low dropout voltage regulator allows lower voltage on external power source
Arduino Duemilanove (2009)[52][53] ATmega168,[34] ATmega328P
(ATmega328 for newer version)
16 MHz Arduino 2.7 in × 2.1 in [ 68.6 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB FTDI 5 V 16/32 0.5/1 1/2 14 6 6 October 19, 2008[54]
Arduino Duemilanove, an early production example in orange

Improved: automatically switching between USB and external power, eliminating jumper

Arduino Mega[55][56] ATmega1280[57] 16 MHz Mega 4 in × 2.1 in [ 101.6 mm × 53.3 mm ] USB FTDI 5 V 128 4 8 54 14 16 March 26, 2009[58]
Arduino Mega

Uses a surface-mounted ATmega1280 for additional I/O and memory.[59]

Arduino-compatible boards[edit]

Although the hardware and software designs are freely available under copyleft licenses, the developers have requested that the name "Arduino" be exclusive to the official product and not be used for derivative works without permission. The official policy document on the use of the Arduino name emphasizes that the project is open to incorporating work by others into the official product.[2]

As a result of the protected naming conventions of the Arduino, a group of Arduino users forked the Arduino Diecimila, releasing an equivalent board called Freeduino. The name "Freeduino" is not trademarked and is free to use for any purpose.[60]

Several Arduino-compatible products commercially released have avoided the "Arduino" name by using "-duino" name variants.[60]

Arduino footprint-compatible boards[edit]

The following boards are fully or almost fully compatible with both the Arduino hardware and software, including being able to accept "shield" daughterboards.

Name Processor Maker Notes
Bluno ATmega328 DFRobot.com Added Features:
  • Built in TI CC2540
  • Bluetooth 4.0 Ready
AVR.duino U+ ATmega328 SlicMicro.com
Compatible With Arduino Uno Rev3
Added Features:
  • SlicBus Port (Serial + Power)
  • Crystal Oscillator (Real Time Accuracy)
  • On board test with Button/LED/Trimmer
  • A6 and A7 available
SainSmart UNO[61] ATmega328 SainSmart[62]
Compatible With Arduino
SainSmart Mega 2560[63] ATmega2560[25] SainSmart[62]
Compatible with Arduino
SainSmart UNO R3[64] ATmega328-AU SainSmart[62]
Development board compatible with Arduino UNO R3
Controller: SMD MEGA328P-AU; A6/A7 port added; 3.3 V/5 V supply voltage and I/O voltage switch.
AVR-Duino[65] TavIR[66] Another Arduino/Mega compatible board.
Brasuíno[67] Holoscópio[68] Brasuino BS1.jpg Based on the Uno with rearranged LEDs and reset button, mini-USB connector, and altered pin 13 circuitry so that the LED and resistor do not interfere with pin function when acting as an input. The Brasuíno was designed using KiCad, and is licensed as GPLv2.
ChibiDuino2[69] ATmega328 TiisaiDipJp[69] ChibiDuino2 board.jpg
Japanese Arduino compatible kit using Uno board setting. Includes two mini-B USB sockets, 1602 LCD socket, 5 V or 3.3 V power selection, breadboard area.
Cosmo Black Star[70] ATmega328 JT5[71] Arduino layout-compatible board. Based on the Arduino Duemilanove.
CraftDuino[72] Manufactured and sold by RoboCraft Team.
Diavolino[73] Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories BatBox2.jpg Arduino layout-compatible board, designed for use with a USB-TTL serial cable.
DuinoBot v1.x[74] ATmega32U4 RobotGroup Argentina[75] Arduino fully compatible board, with integrated power supply and controllers designed for robotics. Compatible as well with the system "Multiplo"
eJackino[76] Kit by CQ publisher in Japan. Similar to Seeeduino, eJackino can use Universal boards as Shields. On back side, there is a "Akihabara station" silk, just like Italia on Arduino.
Freeduino MaxSerial[77] Manufactured and sold assembled or as a kit by Fundamental Logic until May 2010. A board with a standard DE-9 serial port.
Freeduino SB[78] ATmega328 Solarbotics Ltd.[79] Solarbotics Freeduino Compatible with the Duemilanove.
Freeduino Through-Hole[80] Manufactured and sold as a kit by NKC Electronics. The design avoids surface-mount soldering.
Illuminato Genesis[81] ATmega644 Provides 64 kB of flash, 4 kB of RAM and 42 general I/O pins. Hardware and firmware are open source.
InduinoX[82] ATmega168/ATmega 328/ATmega 8 Simple Labs[83] A low cost Arduino clone using the ATmega168/ATmega 328/ATmega 8 and designed for prototyping, it includes onboard peripherals such as an RGB LED, switches, IR Tx/Rx and DS1307(RTC).
Japanino[84] ATmega168[34] A kit by Otonano Kagaku publisher in Japan. The board and a POV kit were included in Vol. 27 of the eponymous series. It is unique in having a regular size USB A connector.
1000Pads Luigino[85] Minimalistic version of Arduino: small, without serial converter. Available as a kit, board only or assembled. Smaller than Arduino, with different footprint.
Luigino328[86] ATmega328 It has an improved automatic voltage selector, resolves problems during programming caused by shields that use the serial port, with an automatic serial port selector, and has the LM1117 voltage regulator.
metaboard[87] Developed by Metalab, a hackerspace in Vienna. Designed to have a very low complexity and price. Hardware and firmware are open source.
Rascal AT91SAM9G20 (ARM9) Rascal Micro[88] It is compatible with Arduino shields, but it is programmed in Python rather than C++. It has an embedded webserver.
Raspduino[89] ATmega328 Bitwizard[90] Fully Arduino compatible board, that fits perfectly on a Raspberry Pi, and can be programmed through the Raspberry Pi's serial interface. It also breaks out the Raspberry Pi's SPI and I²C interfaces, or can be used as a stand-alone Arduino when powered with the external power header.
Romeo 2012[91] ATmega328 DFRobot[92] An all-in-one Arduino with motor controller. Compatible with the Arduino Uno. Romeo 2012
Roboduino[93] DFRobot Arduino.jpg Designed for robotics. All connections have neighboring power buses (not pictured) for servos and sensors. Additional headers for power and serial communication are provided. It was developed by Curious Inventor, LLC.
Seeeduino[94] v2.21 (Atmega168 or Atmega328)
v3.0 (Atmega328)
SeeedStudio Seeeduino Perspective view.jpg Derived from the Diecimila. This photo is v1.0b.
SunDuino[95] ATmega8/88/168/328/16/32/324/644 and PIC18F2550/4550 PIC32MX320F128 and ButterFLY, STM32Discovery Lothar Team Arduino PRO Compatible boards. (Poland) Another Arduino compatible board, software- and hardware-compatible.
TwentyTen[96] Freetronics[97] Freetronics TwentyTen Based on the Duemilanove, with a prototyping area, rearranged LEDs, mini-USB connector, and altered pin 13 circuitry so LED and resistor do not interfere with pin function when acting as an input.
Volksduino[98] Applied Platonics[99] A low cost, high power, shield-compatible, complete Arduino-compatible board kit. Based on the Duemilanove, it comes with a 5 V / 1 A voltage regulator (optional 3.3 V regulator). Designed for low component count and for ease of assembly.
Wiseduino[100] Includes a DS1307 real-time clock (RTC) with backup battery, a 24LC256 EEPROM and a connector for XBee adapter for wireless communication.
Xaduino ATXmega128A3U http://www.obdiiworld.com/ (parts in Chinese?) 8/16 bit Xmega core @ 32 MHz. 8 KB SRAM. 37 Digital I/O. 3.3 V. 2 DAC. Output 3.3 V pin: 500 mA, 5 V 500 mA.
YourDuinoRobo1[101] Atmel 328 Yourdunio[102] Includes 6 color-coded 3-pin connectors for direct cable connection of servos, electronic bricks, etc., and 6 3-pin connectors to Analog inputs for electronic bricks, etc. Provides improved 3.3 V regulator supplying 500 mA, and optional 3.3 V operation.
ZArdino[103] A South African Arduino-compatible board derived from the Duemilanove, it features mostly through-hole construction except for the SMD FT232RL IC, power selection switches, option for a Phoenix power connector instead of DC jack, extra I/O pads for using Veroboard as shields. Designed for easy assembly in countries where exotic components are hard to find.
Zigduino[104] ATmega128RFA1 Logos Electromechanical[105] Zigduino-kit.jpg Integrates ZigBee (IEEE 802.15.4). It can be used with other 802.15.4 network standards as well as ZigBee. It is the same shape as the Duemilanove, includes an external RPSMA jack on the side of the board opposite the power jack, and is compatible with shields that work with other 3.3 V boards.
EtherTen[106] ATmega328P Freetronics Fixed SPI behaviour on Ethernet chipset, D13 pin isolated with a MOSFET of which can also be used as an input.
EtherMega[107] ATmega2560[25] Freetronics Fixed SPI behaviour on Ethernet chipset, Micro SD card slot, D13 pin isolated with a MOSFET of which can also be used as an input.
USBDroid[108] ATmega328P Freetronics Can act as a host for an Android device and is compatible with the Android Open Accessory Development Kit, Micro SD card slot, D13 pin isolated with a MOSFET of which can also be used as an input.
Eleven[109] ATmega328P Freetronics Arduino Uno compatible, D13 pin isolated with a MOSFET of which can also be used as an input.
KitTen[110] ATmega328P Freetronics Includes both 3.3V and 5V regulators for shields, D13 pin isolated with a MOSFET of which can also be used as an input.
EtherDue[111] ATSAM3X8E [7] (Cortex-M3) Freetronics Arduino Due with onboard Ethernet, D13 pin isolated with a MOSFET of which can also be used as an input.

Special purpose Arduino-compatible boards[edit]

Special purpose Arduino-compatible boards add additional hardware optimised for a specific application. It is kind of like having an Arduino and a shield on a single board. Some are Shield compatible, others are not.

Name Processor Shield-compatible? Host interface Maker Additions
Io:duino[112] AT90CAN128 yes USB with FTDI serial chip Railstars Adds built-in CAN support through the AT90CAN128 micro processor, dual RJ45 jacks, and optional bus termination. Designed specifically for model railroading applications using the OpenLCB networking protocol, the hardware is sufficiently generic for use with other low-speed CAN networks.
DFRobotShop Rover[113] ATmega328 The is a minimalist tracked platform based on the Arduino Duemilanove. Has an ATmega328 with Arduino bootloader, a dual H-bridge and additional prototyping space and headers. It is compatible with many shields, though four digital pins are used when operating the motor controller. Has an onboard voltage regulator, additional LEDs, a temperature sensor, and a light sensor. Part of the DFRobotShop Rover kit.
Faraduino[114] ATmega328 Yes USB with FTDI serial chip Developed by Middlesex University Teaching Resources.[115] Faraduino.jpg Simple shield-compatible board, with onboard discrete transistor H-bridges and screw terminals to drive two small DC motors from pins 4-7.[116] Has headers for three servos on pins 9-11. Faraduino buggy.jpg Also sold with the Faraduino buggy kit[117] and Faraconnect shield[118] as a simple school-level teaching robot.
Lightuino[119] ATmega328p[120] Produced as a stand-alone '328 Arduino-compatible board and as a shield. It directly drives LEDs (70 constant-current channels) or LED matrices (1100 LEDs), and has an adjustable LED voltage regulator, an ambient light sensor, and an IR receiver.
Motoruino[121] ATmega328 Yes Serial only, 6 pin header Guibot Motoruino.jpg Has L293D twin H-bridge.
ArduPilot[122] An Arduino-compatible board designed for auto-piloting and autonomous navigation of aircraft, cars, and boats. It uses GPS for navigation and thermopile sensors or an IMU for stabilization.
ArduIMU[122] An Arduino-compatible board designed for Inertial Measurement and Inertial Navigation navigation of aircraft, cars, and boats. It uses the ATMEGA128RFA1 and a variety of sensors IMU for various applications.
FlyDuino Mega[123] ATmega 2560[25] Serial only, 6 pin header Paul Bake An Arduino Mega 2560 compatible board designed for auto-piloting and autonomous navigation of multirotor aircraft. Designed to be stacked with sensor bobs and boards with several breakout boards available.
Colibri[124] ATmega168[34] No Serial only JT5[71] Universal Platform for Wireless Data Transmission in the Frequency Band 868 MHz. The Board Combines Features Arduino Mini and the Radio EZRadioPRO for Receiving and Transmitting Data. With dataFlash.
JeeNode[125] ATmega328 6 pin header Jeelabs Includes a wireless radio module, called the RFM12B by HopeRF
ArduPhone[126] ATmega1284P yes USB Freetronics Cellular phone kit, ADH8066 GSM module, Micro SD slot, 16 key matrix keyboard, LiPo charger and microphone/speaker connectors.

Software-compatibility only[edit]

These boards are compatible with the Arduino software, but they do not accept standard shields. They have different connectors for power and I/O, such as a series of pins on the underside of the board for use with breadboards for prototyping, or more specific connectors. One of the important choices made by Arduino-compatible board designers is whether or not to include USB circuitry in the board. That circuitry can be placed in the cable between development PC and board, thus making each instance of the board less expensive. For many Arduino tasks, the USB circuitry is redundant once the device has been programmed.

Name Processor Maker Notes
Ardweeny[127] Solarbotics An inexpensive, even more compact breadboardable device.
Banguino[128] ATmega328 Dimitech Banguino Enhanced Arduino-Uno-compatible in standard PLCC68 socket
Bare Bones Board[129] (BBB) and Really Bare Bones Board[130] (RBBB) Modern Device Compact inexpensive Arduino-compatible board suitable for breadboarding.
BlockDuino[131] ATmega8 ATmega328 Blockduino An Arduino-Diecimila-compatible board with serial connection to Blocks (shields).[132]
Boarduino[133] ATmega168 or ATmega328 Adafruit Boarduino An inexpensive Arduino-Diecimila-compatible board made for breadboarding.
Breaduino[134] Applied Platonics[99] A complete, very low cost Arduino-compatible kit that can be assembled entirely on a breadboard.
Croduino Basic[135] ATmega328 e-radionica.com Inexpensive fully compatible Arduino board for schools and DIY individuals in Croatia.
Cardboarduino[136] ATmega168[34] Inspired by the Paperduino, an ultra low-cost Arduino compatible, built on printed posterboard, rather than a PCB.
Crumbuino-Nano[137] ATmega328 chip45.com/[138] The Crumbuino-Nano is a low-cost module comparable to the Arduino-Nano and can be used as Arduino-Nano in the Arduino-IDE. The Arduino bootloader is preloaded, hence the module is ready-to-use. The documentation shows the pin mapping of Arduino-naming to module pinout.
Crumbuino-Mega[139] ATmega2560[25] chip45.com/[138] The Crumbuino-Mega is a low-cost module comparable to the Arduino-Mega 2560 and can be used as Arduino-Mega 2560 in the Arduino-IDE. The Arduino bootloader is preloaded, hence the module is ready-to-use. The documentation shows the pin mapping of Arduino-naming to module pinout.
Digispark[140] ATTiny85 Digistump[141] Requires special version of the Arduino IDE.
DragonFly[142] ATmega1280[57] A compact board with Molex connectors, aimed at environments where vibration could be an issue. DragonFly features the ATmega1280 and have all 86 I/O lines pinned out to connectors.
Femtoduino[143][dead link] ATmega328P-MU Femtoduino[144]
Femtoduino PCB vs Dime
An ultra-small (20.7x15.2 mm) Arduino compatible board designed by Fabio Varesano. Femtoduino is currently the smallest Arduino compatible board available.[citation needed]
Freeduino USB Mega 2560[145] ATmega2560[25] Bhasha Technologies[146]
Freeduino USB Mega 2560, designed in India with Male headers (coming soon with Female Headers). Suitable for use in project, R&D, device and applications
Freeduino USB Mega 2560 is a cost effective and 100% pin and software compatible to the popular Arduino Mega 2560. Uses through hole components and has male headers.
Freeduino Lite v2[147] ATmega8/168/328 Bhasha Technologies[146] Freeduino Lite v2 is a low cost, Freeduino with no USB and Serial port. Needs FTDI USB Cable or FTDI Breakout board for programming. Uses through hole components and has male headers.
Freeduino Serial[148] ATmega8/168/328 Bhasha Technologies[146] Freeduino Serial is a low cost Freeduino board with serial DB9 connector. Uses MAX232 Chip for Serial connectivty.
Freeduino NANO[144] ATmega328 Bhasha Technologies[146]
Freeduino nano designed in India, completely breadboard friendly, elegant and compact design.
Freeduino Nano is a low cost Arduino Nano compatible board with mini USB connector using SMD components Freeduino Nano.
iDuino[143][dead link] A USB board for breadboarding, manufactured and sold as a kit by Fundamental Logic.
JeeNode[149] ATmega328P JeeLabs[150] JeeNode Low-cost, low-size, radio-enabled Arduino-compatible board running at 3.3 V. Inspired by the Modern Device RBBB (above) with a HopeRF RFM12B wireless module and a modular I/O design supporting a wide range of interfaces.[151]
LCDuino[152] ATmega328P Geppetto Electronics A combination of an ATMega328P and an i2c based RGB backlit LCD interface (software compatible with the Adafruit RGB LCD shield), along with a USB serial programming interface done as a "backpack" module for the LCD.
LEDuino[153] A board with enhanced I²C, DCC decoder and CAN-bus interfaces. Manufactured using surface mount and sold assembled by Siliconrailway.
Moteino[154] ATmega328P LowPowerLab[155]
Moteino
An SD-card size wireless-enabled breadboard friendly Arduino compatible board running at 16 MHz/3.3 V. It can mate with either an RFM12B or RFM69W/HW/CW transceiver from HopeRF, allowing very low cost wireless communication (also available without a transceiver). Programmable from the Arduino IDE through an FTDI cable/adapter, or directly through the USB interface (Moteino-USB revision). Moteino runs DualOptiboot,[156] a custom version of Optiboot that allows wireless programming when external FLASH memory is present.
MoteinoMEGA based on Atmega1284P

The new MoteinoMEGA based on Atmega1284P offers more IO, an extra hardware serial port, a massive 128KB of flash for sketches and 16KB of RAM (8X more!).

NavSpark[157] Venus822 (Leon3 SPARC V8 compatible, 100 MHz 32-bit RISC) SkyTraq[158] The modified Arduino IDE allows the compiled user sketch to be uploaded onto the processor either with or without the proprietary GNSS software. NavSpark has 17 GPIO pins, which include two UARTs, 1 I²C, 1 SPI, 1 PWM, and a trigger. The first UART is usually used by the GNSS software to output NMEA 0183 data, although this can be disabled. This UART communicates over USB through a PL2303 serial converter and the transmit output is also made available on a pin. A 1 pulse per second signal is produced on a dedicated pin when a valid fix has been made.

There is a GPS-only version, a combined GPS/GLONASS version, and a GPS/Beidou version. An adaptor board adds a JST connector for a lithium-ion battery, a charger for the battery, and a microSD card slot connected to the SPI pins.

NB1A[159] An Arduino-compatible board that includes a battery backed up real-time clock and a four channel DAC. Most Arduino-compatible boards require an additional shield for these resources.
NB2A[160] Sanguino-compatible board that includes a battery backed up real-time clock and a two channel DAC. Sanguino's feature the ATmega644P, which has additional memory, I/O lines and a second UART.
Nymph[161] ATmega328P A compact board with Molex connectors, aimed at environments where vibration could be an issue.
Oak Micros om328p[162] An Arduino Duemilanove compacted down to a breadboardable device (36 mm x 18 mm) that can be inserted into a standard 600 mil 28-pin socket, with USB capability, ATmega328P, and 6 onboard LEDs.
OpenTag[163] ATmega328p Loggerhead Instruments OpenTagOpenTagArduino-compatible microSD motion datalogging board with accelerometer, magnetometer, gyroscope, pressure, temperature and real-time clock.
Paperduino[164] ATmega168 An ultra low-cost Arduino compatible, built on a printed paper and cardboard substrate, rather than a PCB.
PicoDuino [165] ATTiny85 Peter Misenko
PicoDuino size demonstration.
  • Requires special version of the Arduino IDE (Digispark IDE recommended)
  • Digispark compatible SW/HW
  • Trinket compatible HW (due to bootloader USB vid restriction)
  • Ultra small board 22mm x 12mm
  • RGB led
  • Relay/motor driver
  • Reset button.
Rainbowduino[166] An Arduino-compatible board designed specifically for driving LEDs. It is generally used to drive an 8x8 RGB LED matrix using row scanning, but it can be used for other things.
Sanguino[167] ATmega644 Sanguino An open source enhanced Arduino-compatible board that uses an ATMega644P instead of an ATmega168. This provides 64 kB of flash, 4 kB of RAM and 32 general I/O pins in a 40 pin DIP device. It was developed with the RepRap Project in mind.
Seeeduino Mega[168] ATmega2560[25] SeeedStudio Arduino Mega compatible board with 16 extra I/O pins and the same a board size as the Arduino Uno. As with the Arduino Mega, most shields that were designed for the Duemilanove, Diecimila, or Uno will fit, but a few shields will not fit because of interference with the extra pins.
SODAQ[169] ATmega328P SODAQ
SODAQ, an Arduino Compatible Solar Powered sensor board
The Raspberry Pi-sized SODAQ board is built for Solar Powered Data Acquisition. It is fitted with a Lipo charge controller and 12 Grove sockets for plug and play prototyping. It runs at 3.3 V and 8 MHz. It also comes with a DS3231 Real Time Clock and 16 Mbit serial flash for data logging. Its "bee" socket can use a range of different modules, like Xbee, RFbee, Bluetoothbee and GPRSbee to make the board communicate.

Specifications:

  • Power supply by LiPo battery (3.7 V) or via Micro USB connector
  • Solar charge controller with JST connector for Solar Panel up to 2.5W
  • Battery Monitor
  • DS3231 Real Time Clock and Temperature sensor, clock backup powered by LiPo battery
  • On/Off switch. With the switch in Off position the solar charge circuit is still active and the RTC clock is still powered.
  • ICSP programming header
Sparrow[170] ATMega328P Open Home Automation Arduino compatible board designed specifically for RF mesh network experiments. It features 10 IOs, an 10 pin ISP programming connector, a connector for a standard LCD display (in 4 bit mode) and a connector for an 2.4Ghz RF module.
Spider Controller[171] Arduino Mega compatible board designed specifically for robots requiring large numbers of servos. A built in 3 A switchmode power supply allows servos to plug directly into the board. Pin spacing allows making custom shields from standard prototype board.
Stickduino[172] Similar to a USB key.
Teensy[173] and Teensy++[173] A pair of boards from PJRC.com that run most Arduino sketches using the Teensyduino software add-on to the Arduino IDE.
Teensy 3.0[174] A very small board from PJRC.com based on the Freescale MK20DX128VLH5 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4 48 MHz CPU. It has 34 I/O pins; 128 kB of flash; 16-bit ADC; UARTs, SPI, I²C, Touch and other I/O capability.
TinyDuino[175] ATmega328p TinyCircuits[176] TinyDuino A fully capable Arduino platform smaller than a quarter, yet with all the power and functionality of the Arduino Uno board, including stackable shield support. The TinyDuino also support an option coin cell holder and has many expansion shields available.
TinyLily[177] ATmega328p TinyCircuits[176] TinLily A fully capable Arduino platform smaller than a dime, designed for e-textiles. Includes large sewtabs and a header for a USB adapter for communication and programming.
Trinket[178] ATTiny85 Adafruit[179] Requires updates to Arduino IDE (or download special version) and driver under Windows. Includes regulator for battery power away from PC. Very low cost.
Wireless Widget[180] A compact (35 mm x 70 mm), low voltage, battery powered Arduino-compatible board with onboard wireless capable of ranges up to 120 m. The Wireless Widget was designed for both portable and low cost Wireless sensor network applications.
ZB1[181] An Arduino-compatible board that includes a Zigbee radio (XBee). The ZB1 can be powered by USB, a wall adapter or an external battery source. It is designed for low-cost Wireless sensor network applications.
SunDuino2[95] ATmega16/32/324/644 An open source enhanced Arduino-compatible board that uses an ATmega16/32/324/644 instead of an ATmega168. This provides 16/32/64 kB of flash, and 32 general I/O pins in a 40 pin DIP device.
OpenEnergyMonitor emonTx[182] ATmega328 EmonTx An open-source low power wireless (RFM12B) energy monitoring node based on ATmega328 and JeeNode design and uses the Nanode (another Arduino compatible) design for their receiver.[183]
panStamp[184] ATmega328 panStamp[184] panStamps Small low-power wireless motes and base boards. Communication library, configuration tools and automation applications are available for panStamps. These wireless miniatures can easily be hooked to different cloud data services via Lagarto,[185] an open automation platform developed for panStamps.[184]
Microduino[186][187] ATmega168/328/644/1284 Microduino Studio 1" x 1.1" small, stackable, low-cost Arduino-compatible board with a uniformed U-shape 27-pin standard interface.
Versalino Uno[188] ATmega328p Virtuabotix
Versalino Uno 1.1
Compact board with pins in two similar layouts "Bus A" and "Bus B". 6 volt input 3.5 mm plug power. Programmed with FTDI.
LeoStick[189] ATmega32U4 Freetronics Compact version of the Arduino Leonardo (which can be plugged straight into a USB port without a cable) and has a buzzer and a 3-in-1 RGB LED.

Non-ATmega boards[edit]

The following non-ATmega boards accept Arduino shield daughter boards. The microcontrollers are not compatible with the official Arduino IDE, but they do provide a version of the Arduino IDE and compatible software libraries.

Name Processor Host interface Maker Notes
PIC.duino Net PIC18F67J60 Ethernet or Serial SlicMicro

Pin compatible with Arduino but uses the ethernet enabled PIC microcontroller to connect to the Internet. Allows sending of email, display of javascript enabled webpages, and remote web based access and control from around the world.

Leaflabs Maple[190] STM32 (Cortex-M3) USB LeafLabs[191] Leaflabs Maple A 72 MHz 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3-based microcontroller (ST Microelectronics] STM32F103[192]) with USB support, compatibility with Arduino shields, and 39 GP I/O pins. Programmable with the Open Source Maple IDE,[193] which is a branch of the Arduino IDE. The Maple IDE includes both an implementation of the Arduino Language,[194] and lower-level native libraries (with support from the libmaple C library).[195]
Microchip chipKIT Uno32 and chipKIT Max32 PIC32 USB Digilent[196] 32-bit MIPS-M4K PIC32 processor boards. The Arduino libraries have been implemented natively for the PIC32 and these kits run in a fork of the standard Arduino IDE, chipKIT32-MAX[197] and are compatible to most shields.[198][199][200]
Freescale Freedom Kinetis-L (Cortex-M0+) USB Freescale[201] A 48 MHz 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0+-based microcontroller (Freescale MKL25Z128VLK4[202]) with USB support, compatibility with Arduino shields and 64 GP I/O pins. Board embeds the new ARM OpenSDA debug and programming interface through USB and is compatible with the majority of the ARM IDE suppliers.
PRO Family[203] ARM Cortex LPC1114 LPC1751 LPC1756 USB Coridium[204] up to 100 MHz ARM Cortex-M3 and ARM7TDMI-based shield-compatible boards, programmable in BASIC or C with Sketch support with open source MakeItC utilities. All boards have 5 V tolerant IOs.
Energia MSP430 USB Texas Instruments The Energia project integrates this with the Arduino IDE.[205][206]
Sakura board[207] Renesas RX63N USB Renesas/Wakamatsu Tsusho Co.,Ltd Web compiler with Sketch support,[208] ethernet interface

Non-Arduino boards[edit]

The following boards accept Arduino shield daughter boards. They do not use ATmega microcontrollers and so are not compatible with the Arduino IDE,[209] nor do they provide an alternative implementation of the Arduino IDE and software libraries.

Name Processor Maker Notes
Bambino 210 NXP LPC4330 Microint USA Dual core ARM Cortex-M4/M0, 264 KB SRAM, 4 MB Flash, mbed HDK, Arduino-compatible headers. The Bambino 210E has the same features as the 210, but adds a 10/100 Ethernet port, 8MB Flash, microSD socket, and Xbee Socket
Cypress PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit (CY8CKIT-042) Cypress PSoC4 CY8C4245AXI-483 Cypress The PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit is a development platform enabling users to design with the ARM Cortex-M0 PSoC®4 device family. The kit features the PSoC 4200 device family as the main processor and includes a PSoC 5LP (ARM Cortex-M3 processor) to perform programming and debugging. The kit is supported using PSoC Creator, which is a free IDE for embedded development targeting the PSoC 3/4/5LP device families. In the summer of 2013 Cypress supported the kit with a 100 projects in 100 days campaign on the community forums at Element14.
Arduino Shield Compatible Propeller Board[210] Parallax Propeller Parallax Based on the Parallax Propeller; interfaces with standard Arduino shields. The Propeller comes with a free IDE called "propeller tool", and an alternative IDE tool is available.[211]
Amicus18[212] PIC Amicus18 is an embedded system platform based on PIC architecture (18F25K20). Can be programmed with any programming language, though the Amicus IDE is free and complete.
Cortino[213] ARM STM32 Development system for a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3-based microcontroller.
Pinguino[214] PIC Board based on a PIC microcontroller, with native USB support and compatibility with the Arduino programing language plus an IDE built with Python and sdcc as compiler.
Unduino[215] PIC A board based on the dsPIC33FJ128MC202 microcontroller, with integrated motor control peripherals.
Netduino[216] AT91SAM7X (ARM7) 48 MHz 32-bit ARM7 microcontroller board with support for the .NET Micro Framework. Pin compatible with Arduino shields although drivers are required for some shields.[217]
Vinculo[218] Vinculum II FTDI USB development board for the FTDI Vinculum II microcontroller.
FEZ Domino,[219] FEZ Panda,[220] and FEZ Panda II[221] ARM 72 MHz 32-bit ARM (GHI Electronics USBizi chips) micro-controller boards with support for the .NET Micro Framework. Pin compatible with Arduino shields, although drivers are required for some shields.[222]
TheUno[223] Freescale S08DZ60 MyFreescaleWebPage[223] Myfreescalewebpage theuno.jpg Freescale 8-bit S08DZ60 based Arduino Shield Compatible development board. Programmable in C or assembly language using the free CodeWarrior development environment from Freescale, based on Eclipse. Integrated open-source debugging cable for fast prototyping.
BigBrother[223] Freescale MCF51AC256 MyFreescaleWebPage[223] Myfreescalewebpage bigbrother.jpg Freescale 32-bit Coldfire MCF51AC256 based Arduino Shield Compatible development board. Programmable in C or assembly language using the free CodeWarrior development environment from Freescale, based on Eclipse and in C++ with CodeSourcery. Integrated open-source debugging cable for fast prototyping. The first Arduino Shield Compatible board with two Arduino slots to add more and more shields.
BigBrother-USB[223] Freescale MCF51JM128 MyFreescaleWebPage[223] Myfreescalewebpage bigbrother usb.jpg Freescale 32-bit Coldfire MCF51JM128 based Arduino Shield Compatible development board. Programmable in C or assembly language using the free CodeWarrior development environment from Freescale, based on Eclipse and in C++ with CodeSourcery. Integrated open-source debugging cable for fast prototyping. The first Arduino Shield Compatible board with two Arduino slots to add more and more shields.
Firebird32[224] Coldfire Freescale 32-bit Coldfire MCF51JM128 based Arduino Shield Compatible development board. Programmable in StickOS BASIC, and C or assembly language using Flexisframework or CodeWarrior with a step-by-step debugger. The Firebird32 is also available in a special model based on the 8-bit MC9S08JM60.
Stampduino[225] PIC or Parallax SX Parallax Arduino Shield compatible BASIC Stamp 2 board, interfaces with most standard Arduino shields. The BS comes with a free IDE.
STM32 Nucleo[226] STM32 Family STMicroelectronics Arduino connectors and ST Morpho headers
SunDuinoPIC[95] PIC18F2550 or PIC18F4550 Microchip PIC Arduino hardware compatible board. Based PINGUINO Project. USB HID Bootloader.
Breeze[227][228] PIC Breeze boards are prototyping platforms for 28-pin PIC microcontrollers. They come with a PIC18F25K22 (USB-UART interface) or PIC18F25J50 (direct USB interface), however almost any 28-pin PIC can be used with the platform.
Goldilocks[229] FPGA Thin Layer Embedded
Goldilocks Dev Board

Goldilocks has three Arduino UNO Shield compatible sockets and a 'helix_4' FPGA Module with Altera Cyclone IV FPGA, DDR2 DRAM, fast SRAM, serial Flash, a MEMs oscillator, power supplies and an Atmel ATSHA204 Authentication IC/EEPROM. The 'helix_4' module is notable for castellated edge connectors; it's designed to be 'soldered-down' to a subsequent PCB development.

Breadstick[230] FPGA Thin Layer Embedded
Breadstick Dev Board

Breadstick has one Arduino UNO Shield compatible socket, 43 GPIO to pin HDRs for breadboarding, and a lower power 'helix_4' FPGA Module with Altera Cyclone IV FPGA, fast SRAM, serial Flash, a MEMs oscillator, power supplies and an Atmel ATSHA204 Authentication IC/EEPROM. The 'helix_4' module is notable for castellated edge connectors; it's designed to be 'soldered-down' to a subsequent PCB development.

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