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AVR-910 programmer

This  USB programmer is built on the Atmega8 microcontroller, it is  easy to manufacture, it can be assembled with your own hands. In fact, this is the AVR-910 of the popular scheme. USB programmer is reliable and has in its a magic function that allows you to recover microcontrollers with incorrectly installed firmwares. It should be noted that for burning …

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AVR Serial programmer 2

Chance pI progamming uniprog

If you want to work with the AVR micro-controllers, you have to get a programmer. This article describes the simplest ISP programmer for AVR microcontrollers that works with a convenient program for flashing UniProf controllers. This programmer is referenced to page: Link The version PCB  layout of the programmer under SMD components is attached. On the developer’s site you can see the …

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Programmers utilities

USBasp Programmer Firmware and circuit The following packages include circuit and firmware. usbasp.2011-05-28.tar.gz (519 kB) . usbasp.2009-02-28.tar.gz (260 kB) usbasp.2007-10-23.tar.gz (172 kB) usbasp.2007-07-23.tar.gz (176 kB) usbasp.2006-12-29.tar.gz (118 kB) usbasp.2006-09-16.tar.gz (116 kB) usbasp.2005-11-14.tar.gz (175 kB) usbasp.2005-07-03.tar.gz (166 kB) usbasp.2005-04-21.tar.gz (169 kB) Please refer to Readme.txt for details on building, installing and using USBasp. Drivers On Linux and MacOS X no kernel …

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USBTiny-MkII Slim AVR

USBTiny-MkII SLIM programmer (AVRISP-MKII clone) supports all Attiny, Atmega, and Xmega µcontrollers. It has three programming interfaces: ISP, PDI, and TPI. It works with AvrStudio or AvrDude. Small convenient board, contains double direction voltage translator for all interfaces and working from 1,2V, jumper for target chip voltage selection 5V or 3,3V (LDO stabilizer), and status LEDs. The heart of the …

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Programmer for PIC

As everyone knows, the micro-controller is controlled by a program recorded in its internal memory. Then for a beginner metal detector amateur trying to write a program to a mico-controller (especially a PIC) can turn into a big disappointment, and sometimes a small pyrotechnic show in the form of a fuming microchip. For these purposes, you can assemble a simple …

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USBasp TQFP32 Version

The author of this programmer is the German Thomas Fichl, a page of its development with diagrams, files of printed circuit boards and drivers. Once it was decided to assemble a miniature programmer, I redraw the circuit for the Atmega8 microcontroller in the TQFP32 package (the pinout of the microcontroller differs from the pinout in the DIP package): umper J1 …

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USBasp Atmel Programmer

USBasp is a USB in-circuit programmer for Atmel AVR controllers. It simply consists of an ATMega88 or an ATMega8 and a couple of passive components. The programmer uses a firmware-only USB driver, no special USB controller is needed. Features ●     Works under multiple platforms. Linux, Mac OS X and Windows are tested. ●     No special controllers or smd components are …

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AVR Parallel Programming 2

One of the simplest AVR programmers is a LPT port programmer. This is due to the fact that the signal levels of the LPT port are compatible with the signal levels required for programming the ATS. Therefore, signals from the LPT port can be directly applied to the microcontroller (resistors are needed to protect the port from accidental closures only). …

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AVR Parallel Programming 1

Atmel has designed AVR microcontrollers for maximum flexibility of programs.There are three ways to load a program into AVR microcontrollers explained below. ●     Parallel Programming ●     Serial Programming (ICSP) ●     Using Boot loader (PoyProg) to load .hex file In this way the device burner loads program into the microcontroller separate from the system. This is very useful for large companies …

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AVR serial programmer

In modern electronic circuits, microcontrollers are increasingly used. What can I say, if today you do not even find an ordinary board without a microcontroller inside – it sets various illumination programs. I first encountered microcontrollers when I was assembling my first pulse metal detector, the Clone . It was then that it turned out that the controller without the …

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