Curiosity Atmega4809 Nano
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The ATmega4809 Curiosity Nano evaluation kit is a hardware platform to evaluate the ATmega4809 microcontroller. Supported by Microchip's Atmel Studio and MPLAB® X Integrated Development Environment (IDE) platforms, the kit provides easy access to the ATmega4809 features.

The Curiosity Nano includes an onboard debugger. No external programming tool is needed to program the on-board ATmega4809.

Features Include:

  • ATmega4809-MFR microcontroller
  • One yellow user LED
  • One mechanical user switch
  • One 32.768 kHz crystal
  • Onboard debugger
  • Board identification in Atmel Studio and/or MPLAB X IDE
  • One green power and status LED
  • Programming and debugging
  • Virtual COM port (CDC)
  • Two logic analyzer channels (DGI GPIO)
  • USB powered
  • Adjustable target voltage
  • MIC5353 LDO regulator controlled by the onboard debugger
  • 1.8-5.1 V output voltage (limited by USB input voltage)
  • 500 mA maximum output current (limited by ambient temperature and output voltage)
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