Arduino Nano type-C
Arduino Nano-CH340G boards are very similar to the original Arduino Nano boards, with the difference that CH340G IC is used instead of FT232 IC, and the CH340 driver must be installed on the system first.
The Arduino Nano board is based on the ATmega328 microcontroller, and in terms of functionality, it is almost similar to the Arduino Uno board, but it is slightly different in appearance.
The design of this board is such that it is easily placed on the board.
This Arduino board is a small and complete board and is used for a wide range of projects.
Also, this board works with USB Type-C.
Removing the power supply socket, using SMD and USB Type-C parts instead of the standard USB port has reduced the board and reduced its weight.
These unique features enable the board to be used for flying robots and other small robots and machines.
Construction of various low-frequency processing projects
Setting up all kinds of sensors and modules
Can be used in the final product
Flying robots and other small robots and machines
Working voltage: 5 volts
Input voltage: 7 to 12 volts
Input and output pins: 14 (6 to PWM)
8 analog input pins
Allowed current for each base: 40 milliamps
Board size: 17.8 x 43.2 mm
Weight: about 6 grams
Interface: USB Type-C
Nano Board with CH340 chip without USB Cable compatible with Arduino
Note: CH340 chip might not work directly with some PC/Laptop, you will need some ch340 drivers.
Recommendations for use
To solder your header terminals, you only need a soldering iron , soldering paste and solder tin
In case you have problems loading script or sketch, it is recommended to change the Processor from ATmega328 to ATmega328P (Old Bootloader)
In the following link you can download the universal driver CH341SER which incorporates the CH340G version that the board needs: