The micro computing unit is based on the Arduino Nano. It features 8 analog input pings (A0 – A7) and 14 digital input/output pins (TX, RX, D2 – D13). Pins D3, D5, D6, D9, D10 and D11 are Pulse Width Modulating compatible. The bootloader is preinstalled. The onboard voltage converter accepts 5 – 12 V DC, so you could run it on a 9V battery.
Soldering is easy!
The Arduino Nano is delivered without the header pins connected to the board. You’ll have to solder yourself. In this video you will see how easy that is: