The Saleng – Uno microcontroller board is an Arduino-compatible board based on the 8-bit ATmega328P microcontroller. The microcontroller has a RISC architecture and runs at the maximum clock speed of 16MHz. It has 32KB of flash memory for code space and 2KB SRAM with an additional 1KB of general purpose EEPROM. There are a total of 20 GPIO’s on board with an additional 2 analog inputs, all broken out into standard 2.54mm-pitched pin headers.
Its design is nearly identical to the Arduino Uno R3 but with several enhancements. It is compatible with the Arduino Software / IDE and should work with almost any application, hardware or program/sketch meant for the Arduino Uno. This means all the standard features of the Arduino Uno are implemented in the Saleng Uno, only that the Saleng Uno offers more. The board is locally designed and assembled in the Philippines and is made with the local market in mind. The enhancements made solves the most common problems encountered with the Arduino Uno board. Here are some of the improvements we’ve made:
Most notable of the changes are:
- The Saleng Uno is able to switch between 5V and 3.3V logic
- 2 additional analog inputs (A6 and A7)
- The 3.3V regulator has been upgraded to 800mA instead of the mere 50mA
- Parallel header slots for all I/O and power header
- Cheaper than Arduino Uno R3 DIP Clone, Compatible and Official boards
Here’s a side by side comparison of the Saleng Uno against an Arduino Uno
Download the complete User’s Guide from here.
Download the CH340G USB driver files here.