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ATMega1284 and Resistor Networks

ATMega1284 and Resistor Networks

We’ve been selling many different AVR microcontrollers for some time. This week we add the ATMEGA1284 to our lineup.

The ATMEGA1284 is quite impressive with 128K of flash and 16K of RAM. It comes in a 40 pin through-hole PDIP package, has the same general pinout as the ATMEGA32A but runs faster and has more features. Like the ATMEGA32A, in can be used with our 40 Pin AVR Development Board.

The other products we added this was were resistor networks.

Bourns make many different styles of resistor networks. These are the “Bussed” ones, meaning they have 5 resistors, all connected to pin 1, and one each of the other pins. I think the picture below explains it a lot better.

Resistor Networks

They are perfect for breadboard use when you need to have current limiting resistors for say LEDs that all need to go to ground. You can also use them as pull up or pulldown resistors. We have them now in 2 sizes 330Ω and 10KΩ. If you would like to see other size, please let us know.

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