Arduino MEGA ADK

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  • Microcontroller : ATmega2560
  • Feeding : 5V
  • Entry : 7V-12V
  • Limits (max) : 5.5V-16V
  • Digital pins : 54 (14 with PWM)
  • Analog pins : 16
  • Current per pin : 40mA
  • Current over 3.3V pin : 50mA
  • Memroia Flash (program) : 256 KB (8 KB used for bootloader)
  • SRAM : 8KB
  • EEPROM : 4KB
  • Clock : 16 MHz


  • This board is based on the Arduino MEGA 2560 but modified to allow its use with Google’s Android Open Accessory Development Kit (ADK) as it has a built-in USB Host port.
  • It has a USB host interface port to connect it with Android-based devices based on the MAX3421e chip .
  • It has 54 I/O pins (14 of which with PWM), 16 analog inputs, 4 UART ports (by hardware), a 16 MHz crystal , a USB connector, a Jack power connector, pins for ICSP and a button RESET.
  • It has a built-in Serial / USB converter based on an Atmega8U2 chip.

What is ADK abbreviated for?

  • The Android Development Kit (ADK) is a set of software tools and components that enable developers to create applications for the Android operating system. It includes tools for designing, testing, and debugging Android apps, as well as libraries and APIs for accessing the hardware and software features of Android devices.
  • The Arduino Mega ADK can be used in combination with the Android Development Kit to create a range of applications and projects. For example, an Android app can communicate with the board over USB to control the digital and analog inputs, or to receive data from sensors connected to the board. The app can also access the other hardware and software features of the Android device, such as the camera, accelerometer, and GPS, and use this information to control the outputs of the board.

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