Pico – tiny & powerful. More features and performance than an Arduino Uno in a tiny, quarter-sized board that’s breadboard compatible.
A magical, quarter-sized module that packs a ton of features.
- Tiny – At 20x20mm, the Piksey core is smaller than a crown cap!
- ATmega328P – 16MHz, 32KB Flash, 1KB EEPROM, 2KB SRAM
- Voltage Regulator – 18V wide-range input voltage
- Breadboard Compatible – 16 breadboard compatible pins, rest available on 1.27mm header
- micro-USB – Built-in USB-serial converter for programming
- LEDs – Contains power and general-purpose LED
- Reset Switch – Tactile switch for module reset
Here’s how the Pico stacks up against the Arduino Nano
- More I/O – 25 user accessible I/O pins
- More Timers – 5 programmable timers
- More Interfaces – 2 I2C/SPI/USART interfaces
- More PWMs – 10 PWMs instead of 6
- More FLASH – Pico uses optiboot, freeing up 1.5KB FLASH