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The Arduino Nano Every sets a new benchmark, offering more power than Arduino UNO, but dimensions similar to the tiny Nano - all at a juicy price!

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While we tinkerers love to play around with Arduino for all kinds of different projects, sometimes Arduino Boards are a bit limited, especially if you are looking for a reasonable amount of power while maintaining a discretely small form factor. However, with the recent addition of the Arduino Nano Range, we can now enjoy the best of both worlds, with this awesome Arduino Nano Every being a powerful contender that may just make a few previous models obsolete.

The Arduino Nano Every utilises the powerful ATMega4809 MCU that features a 48kB Flash Memory for even larger programs, and as well as 6kB SRAM for even more variable storage and more complex projects without having to compromise or cut out “unnecessary extras”. Additionally, what really complements this powerful set of features is the tiny size of the Arduino Nano Every, with it being around the same size as the original Arduino Nano, but of course with a lot more “Oomph” for awesome projects.

This board is focused on a discrete form factor, and offers castellated pads and no components on the B-Side. This means that you can use this board with the headers like usual, or you can choose to remove the headers and integrate this board into projects as an SMT module. As such, this board offers far more freedom from space limitations – both digital and physical – and this makes it the perfect new toy for almost any project from Automatic Plant Watering Systems to fun Wearable Tech’.


Arduino Nano Every  -  Technical Specifications:

  • Microcontroller (MCU)


  • Input Voltage (VIN)

– 7V to 21V DC

  • Input Voltage (USB)

– 5V DC

  • Operating Voltage

– 5V DC

  • Operating Frequency

– 16MHz

  • SRAM

– 6kB

  • Flash

– 48kB

  • Digital I/O Pins

– 14 Total | D0 to D13

  • Analog I/O Pins

– 8 Total | A0 to A7

  • PWM Pins

– D3 | D5 | D6 | D9 | D10

  • I2C

– 1

  • I2S

– 1

  • UART Serial

– 1

  • Wireless Communications

– N/A

  • Weight (with Headers)

– 5g

  • Dimensions (w/o Headers)

– 45 x 18mm


Typical Applications for Arduino Nano Every:

With so many cool, unique and functional use cases for Arduino Boards, it makes sense that the Arduino Nano Every is extremely versatile in the applications you can use it for. However, with the particular features of this board being the high level of power and functionality with an extremely discrete form factor, we feel like it really shines when used for the following, as well as other similar projects:

  • Creating discrete Wearable Tech’ without compromising on power, with an array of I/O ports and good SRAM for complex project functionality.

  • Crafting even more exciting Cosplay Gear and electronic accessories, with the board capable of being hidden behind cloth, mounted to the inside of Armor, or even strapped to arm or leg temporarily.

  • Integrating fresh new tech’ into old electronics and fun decorations, giving them a new lease on life or possibly customising them to fit your modern tastes a little better.

With the awesome ATMega4809, a discrete form factor and even more power than the Arduino UNO R3, we’ve been quite impressed with what this board has to offer for Makers and Tinkerers everywhere. And while it does carry a slightly higher price tag than previous models, the features it offers in terms of functionality and form factor definitely make it an excellent choice for a projects that can benefit from these factors.


Additional Resources:

  • This is the Official Arduino Nano Every Resource Page, where you can find further details, datasheets and other handy resources for learning the ins and outs of this beautiful board.
  • Once you’ve acquainted yourself with the board and its features, next check out the Arduino Nano Every Getting Started Page, which has everything you need to get started from software to tutorials and examples.
  • If you really want to dig deep into the details of the ATMega4809, we’ve included this ATMega4809 Datasheet here as well as in the downloads section of this description.


Finally, if you want to see more about the cool Arduino Nano Range, be sure to give this video a watch, which reviews the Nano Every, Nano 33 IoT, Nano 33 BLE and Nano 33 BLE Sense and compared them to previous models and alternatives. If you want to skip past the introduction and basics, and jump straight to the juicy bits, skip forward to 4:58 in the Video, where he starts discussing specifics:



ARNANOEVERYH - ATMega4809 Datasheet

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Arduino Nano Every

Arduino Nano Every

When it comes to building unique electronics projects, there are few better ways to do it than with Arduino. Founded with the intent to make electronics prototyping accessible to all, regardless of age, culture, sex or any other factors, Arduino is one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of open-source hardware and software.

Some of the leading microcontroller boards that Arduino has produced include the classic Arduino UNO, as well as many variations with different specialisations and specifications. Some of the most popular Arduino boards – which we stock of course – are the Arduino Mega, Leonardo, Due, Micro, Nano, Mini, as well as the unique Arduino LilyPad. And with these boards at hand, as well as a Shield or two, you can craft thousands of different projects, with each one being tailored to your specific needs, wants and personal tastes.