The LGT8F328P is a chip compatible with the AVR instruction set and Atmega328P.
After loading the Arduino software support package, you can program the Arduino IDE to program.
This Arduino Nano Pro is compatible with Arduino Nano V3.0, for Arduino IDE.
Support DIY Mode which could provide a wonderful experience when using.
The internal crystal oscillator makes it easier to use for everyone.
The maximum main frequency is 32M.
LGT8F328P is compatible with the AVR instruction set and performance exceeds ATMEGA328P.
The LGT8F328P enhances 8-bit RISC core, supports 16-bit digital control extension, and can run at a core frequency up to 32MHz within the operating range of 1.8V-5.5V;
LGT8F328P internal 32K bytes of FLASH program memory, 2K bytes of data SRAM, built-in control logic that simulates FLASH as EEPROM, part of the FLASH program can be divided into data FLASH space according to application needs, and the EEPROM controller realizes EEPROM-like interface access.
The LGT8F328P integrates a wealth of analog peripherals, including 12-bit ADC, programmable gain differential amplifier, high-precision 1.024/2.048/4.096V internal reference voltage, 8-bit DAC, and high-speed analog comparator; at the same time LGT8F328P also integrates commonly used digital Interface controller, supports multi-channel complementary PWM output and dead zone control;
The LGT8F328P architecture design is relatively new, and its peripheral functions are much stronger than that of the Atmega328P.
In particular, the program’s encryption capability far exceeds Atmega328P.
Why use LGT8F328P instead of Atmega328P?
As we all know, the chip shortage will also greatly impact the maker industry.
The price of Atmega328P chips has already doubled and the power supply is unstable.
The market is full of refurbished, copycats, and even types (printed on the same package) of chips, seriously interfering with the normal production and use of Maker products.
It is a brand new chip, but it is compatible to replace Atmega328P.
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