is open source electronics platform based on Arduino software and Standuino is inovative in means of space and design. There is a lot of universal fields to solder all sort of parts ICs and interface, which makes Standuino best choice for stand-alone aplications. If you found yourself connecting more interface, displays or circuits that you build yourself to an Arduino you might end up with unstable bunch of cables and if YES Standuino is solution for you. Standuino approaches different kind of users that do not want to pay for specialized shields with ten times price of the parts. You might build good and stable devices right on the board. Standuino is dedicated to experimental musicians, electronic artists, designers, hardware hackers and all people that make specialized handmade devices or develop prototypes. Standuino is ideal for hackerspaces, labs, universities and art/design schools that make workshops or develop different kinds of prototypes.
- Atmega 328 with Arduino bootloader (32KB flash memmory, 2KB RAM, 2KB EEPROM)
- pin header for 2 kinds of Arduino compatible FTDi USB programmer
- auto-reset function support
- power LED and LED on pin 13
- lot of universal space to connect whatever you want
- ideal for workshops
- hand-made stylish-functional design – describing how to build it
- low cost
- reparable and understandable design
- examples of simple circuits for different usage
- ready to connect with Standuino instruments shields such as fraAngelico
How to upload software into Standuino:
First you need to download and instal Arduino software or AVR Studio and instal FTDi drivers. Detailed description can be found here
Than you need to put the software on the chip. There are 3 options:
1) get a FTDi USB programmer and simply connect it and have Arduino equal setup (you can order in our shop)
2) upload the software in your Arduino of different programmer and than replace the chip
3) remove your Atmega from your Arduino and connect together pins: Reset, RX, TX and GND – you can also share 5V
Note: if you do not have automatic reset on your FTDi convertor you have to press the reset button on Standuino as soon as the software gets compiled in your IDE. (You press upload, than you wait, than in the black information bar it writes that the software was compiled and in this moment you press the reset button. If it doesn’t start please try again or which version of Arduino IDE you are using. Version 1.0 and above is not very good for this. Version 022 works just fine)
The lines in the design near universal holes represent the connections between the holes. Circle means that the hole is not connected to anything. Lines marked “+” are connected to 5V supply of the chip and lines marked “-” are connected to Ground (GND). The pins are labeled by numbers according to Arduino logic.
Standuino refers to electronic instruments pioneer and artist Standa Filip. The design concept of Standuino is derived from more skilfull bastl (DIY) communities of eastern region considering the long tradition. Standuino is a living memmorial of the past generation of Bastl !
- 1x chip socket DIL 28 (patice/sokl 28 pinová obyčejná)
- 1x 7805
- 2x LED of your choice
- 3x 220 ohm
- 2x 10uF/16V electrolytic condenser, [10 mikrofaradů elektrolitický kondenzátor na 16 voltů]
- 2x 22pF ceramic condenser, [22 pikofaradů keramický kondenzátor]
- 1x 100nF/50V ceramic condenser, [100 nanofaradů keramický kondenzátor na 50 voltů]
- 1x 16 MHz crystal clock, krystal menší provedení
- 1x 1N4007
- 1x button for DPS P-B1720A , tlačítko do plošného spoje provedení A (4 nožky)
- 1x 6 pin right-angle header, 6-ti pinová lámací lišta zahnutá
- 1x power jack, 2.1 mm inside diameter, napájecí konektor do DPS, trn 2,1mm
- 2x 100nF / 50V
- 1x10uF / 16V
Before you connect:
Before you put in your atmega try measuring if there is NO SHORT CIRCUIT between + and – terminal and also between the +9V terminal and + or – terminal.
The Standuino should be used with power supply 9-12V with possitive polarity (+ in the centre) or with 9V battery.
Sometimes the voltage regulator heats up a little, but it doesn’t affect the Standuino. You can add cooler if the consumption is bigger.