LGT8F328 Arduino Nano 3 USB Type C
LGT8F328P LQFP32 - Alternative to Arduino Nano V3.0 with Atmel ATMEGA328 Fully compatible
Compatible boards usually use Microphip microcontrollers, but just like GD32 cloning STM32, some companies are making MCU clones, usually with some improvements. LogicGreen's LGT8F328P microcontrollers are designed with ATMega328P microcontrollers and add functions such as DAC output, PWM specific functions, computational accelerator (DSC). The clock speed of the MCU is also double (32 MHz).
You will be happily surprised to find that this device is significantly better priced and you code will be compatible running on this cpu.
Included the following 2 lines in your code to make sure that the timing is the same as the standard ATMEL328
#include <AVR/Power.h> // << Include in your in the top include section
clock_prescale_set(clock_div_1); // << Include in your Setup Funcion to setup the LGT8F CPU with 16Mhz Clock.
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Also watch this Video: >>YOUTUBE<<More INFO on this CPU:Extract:Let’s get a few things straight. The Logicgreen LGT8F328P is a legal microcontroller that is mostly compatible with the ATmega328P microcontroller found in most Arduino boards with AVR microcontrollers. It technically isn’t “Arduino” since that is a trademark, and Arduino (the company) does not make or sell them.The advantage of the LGT8F328P is that it is a much more recent design (the ATmega328P is really old!) and has many enhancements. Most noticeable is the 32MHz clock speed instead of 16MHz. But it also has a more precise ADC and an on-chip DAC. There are Arduino like boards that use this microcontroller. To use them with the Arduino IDE requires downloading and adding support for the board.Because it allows reduced parts count, boards using the LGT8F328P can be sold at a lower cost. Note that the same is true for the Arduino Nano Every which uses a ATmega4809 and sells for half the price as the older Arduino Nano.