Pro Micro ATMEGA32U4 Arduino Pins and 5V, 3.3V Explained

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In this video, you will learn about Pro Micro ATMEGA32U4 Arduino board and how to connect it external power or USB. Digital and analog pins explained PWM is tested.

Pro Micro Driver. You should not need driver as Arduino IDE has all the drivers for this board. It is located inside your Arduino folder: arduino-1.x.x\drivers
Where x is your version of Arduino IDE. But you may the zip driver from the links below.

  • 00:28 Introduction to Pro Micro Arduino Board
  • 01:23 Pins explained
  • 05:00 Soldering pin headers
  • 09:48 Jumper J1 Explained
  • 13:40 Powering up Pro Micro from External source (raw pin)
  • 16:34 LED Blink demonstration with Pro Micro
  • 17:42 Select the board in Arduino IDE
  • 19:22 Testing PWM for LED fade
  • 20:15 Controlling Servo with Pro Micro
  • 22:00 Connecting external 5V to power the servo motor
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