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The Converter Adapter for Arduino Nano is a handy accessory that allows you to convert the pinout of an Arduino Nano board to a breadboard-friendly layout. It simplifies the process of prototyping and connecting various components to the Arduino Nano by providing a more convenient pin arrangement. The adapter board features a compact design and is compatible with both Arduino Nano and Arduino Nano-compatible boards.

      Nano Uno Converter

      SKU: 190
      ₹250.00 Regular Price
      ₹150.00Sale Price
      • Specification

        • Compatible Board: Arduino Nano and Arduino Nano-compatible boards
        • Pinout Conversion: Converts the pinout of Arduino Nano to a breadboard-friendly layout
        • Dimensions: Compact and board-specific
        • Material: High-quality PCB (Printed Circuit Board)
        • Connector: Male headers for connecting the Arduino Nano board
        • Pin Labels: Clearly labeled pins for easy identification and connection
        • Mounting Holes: Screw holes for secure mounting on a breadboard or other surfaces


        • Gather the necessary components: Converter Adapter for Arduino Nano, Arduino Nano board, and a breadboard.
        • Ensure that your Arduino Nano board is not connected to any power source.
        • Take the Converter Adapter for Arduino Nano and locate the male headers on the board.
        • Align the male headers with the corresponding female headers on the Arduino Nano board.
        • Gently press the headers together to establish a secure connection between the adapter and the Arduino Nano board.
        • Take the breadboard and position it on your workspace.
        • Carefully place the Converter Adapter for Arduino Nano on the breadboard, ensuring that the pins align with the breadboard's rows.
        • Apply gentle pressure to secure the adapter board onto the breadboard.
        • Connect the components or modules that you want to interface with the Arduino Nano to the breadboard, using jumper wires or other appropriate connectors.
        • Refer to the pin labels on the Converter Adapter for Arduino Nano to identify the corresponding pins on the breadboard.
        • Make the necessary connections between the components/modules and the pins on the breadboard.
        • Once all the connections are made, connect the Arduino Nano board to a power source (e.g., USB cable connected to a computer or a separate power supply).
        • Write your code for the Arduino Nano, upload it to the board, and verify that the connections and functionality are working as expected.
        • You have successfully connected and utilized the Converter Adapter for Arduino Nano to simplify the prototyping process and connect components in a breadboard-friendly manner.
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