The RedBoard Breadboard Kit allows you to assemble your very own Arduino-compatible development tool on a breadboard. If you’ve ever wanted to make a controller board from scratch or just understand how it all works, this kit is a good start.
We’ve put together all the parts you will need including an ATmega328 preloaded with the Optiboot bootloader. The breadboard overlay makes it easy to hook everything up correctly. Once you are finished, you will have a fully functioning Arduino-compatible controller on a breadboard.
An instruction booklet is included. Previous experience with a breadboard and electronics is recommended but not absolutely necessary.
Note: You will need an FTDI basic for loading code and communicating with the dev board. Check the related products down below.
Note: The schematic in the Assembly Guide isn’t great so we’ve included a separate schematic file below.
- Assembly guide
- Clear breadboard
- Jumper wires
- Breadboard overlay
- ATmega328 with Optiboot bootloader
- All other components necessary to get up and running