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Arduino Uno - R3 $24.95

Arduino Uno - R3 SMD $29.95

IEIK UNO R3 Board ATmega328P with USB Cable for Arduino $10.49

Arduino Compatible Uno R3 Rev3 Development Board $7.24

Arduino UNO R3 development board microcontroller /w USB cable 328P DCCduino $11.96

Arduino Interrupts[edit]

Arduino-Compatible Hardware[edit]

LED Displays[edit]

5V MAX7219 8-Digit Red LED Display Module 7 Segment Digital Tube For Arduino MCU

Adafruit 0.56" 4-digit 7-segment Display W/i2c Backpack - Green

Anycubic MAX7219 CWG 8-Digit Digital Display Control Module 8-Digit 7 Segment Digital LED Display Tube for Arduino

Arduino Software IDE[edit]

Build From Source for Ubuntu[edit]

sudo apt-get install git make gcc ant openjdk-8-jdk
git clone git://
cd /path/to/arduino/build
ant dist
ant run
sudo mkdir /opt/arduino
sudo chown brandon: /opt/arduino
cp linux/arduino-1.6.10-linux64.tar.xz /opt/arduino/
cd /opt/arduino/
tar xvJf arduino-1.6.10-linux64.tar.xz
cd arduino-1.6.10/

# to update later:
cd /path/to/arduino
git pull
ant clean build start

Packing for Debian/Ubuntu[edit]

Looks like licensing issues are keeping the newer Arduino IDEs from making it into the Debian/Ubuntu repos.

From: Scott Howard <>
Subject: Update re: arduino 1.6+
Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2016 17:18:08 -0400

[Message part 1 (text/plain, inline)]

The update is there is no update. The Debian git repository is still ready
to go,. I don't have time to work on it that much at the moment (either on
following up with licensing or packaging), so if anyone is interested in
helping out in any way (including co-maintaining or adopting the package),
please let me know.

Scott Howard looks like a really cool person:

Here are some Debian build instructions that are current as of 1.6.7:

"There are a few problems with getting this packaged as v1.6.6 requires Java 8. I almost got a complete build of the package with arduino-1.6.5-r3 from and Scott Howard's debian/ folder from his repository. Anything later than that version requires Java 8. I'm still using Trusty and won't be upgrading from that until the next LTS is released."

Looks like there is some older Arduino source here, and it contains a debian folder with build instructions:

This repo DOES build successfully in Ubuntu 16.04; though it's labeled '1.5' or '1.6' in the repo, it generates a Debian installer version 1.0.5.

References related to the version numbering:

AVR Programming[edit]


Setting up development tools:

Get Involved[edit]

Arduino community fora:

Variants and Alternatives[edit]

"STM32 is a family of 32-bit microcontroller integrated circuits by STMicroelectronics."