As I have said in earlier posts I have been working with Arduino for the last several months. My latest project was to take the ATmega328 chip and assemble a very basic Arduino on a breadboard.
Using various sources found using Google I was able to assemble the breadboard Arduino in an evening and get it running a basic blink program.
I found several excellent sources for parts and information which I pass along below:
- NYU’s Tisch Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) program’s Tutorial for Setting up an Arduino on a breadboard.
- Sparkfun for the ATmega328 with the Arduino boot loader and a FTDI Basic Breakout – 5V.
- The todbot blog for the Arduino Chip Label.
Once I got all the parts and pieces the project was easy to assemble and get running. I was also able to combined this with the power supplies I built earlier to have a free standing finished product.