Quin Etnyre has been into all things Arduino since he was a kid. He already has 28 Instructables published, founded his own company called Qtechknow in 2012 which sells ArduSensors and a line of fun and educational kits and oh, he is still just 14 years old.
His latest Arduino-based design is the Qduino Mini which is the first tiny Arduino compatible board to incorporate a battery charger and fuel gauge to let you know when the battery needs recharging.
The Qduino Mini is 1 inch by 1.5 inches and weighs just 5 grams which makes it ideal for use on airborne projects such as quadcopters, drones or high altitude balloons.
Main features of the Qduino Mini:
ATmega32U4 Processor – Arduino Leonardo compatible
32 KB Flash storage
2.5 KB SRAM
3.3 V @ 8 MHz
20 digital I/O // 14 dedicated
12 analog Channels // 6 dedicated
7 digital I/O also PWM channels
SPI, I2C, UART available
LED Indicators for: ON, charge status, TX, RX, D13
TPS78233 3.3 V 150 mA regulator
MCP73832 LiPo battery charger
MAX17048 LiPo battery fuel gauge
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