supports 8-bit AVR microcontroller up to 8Mhz
on board DB25 port for programming directly from a printer port
on board RS-232 serial port
3 generic 8 pin ports
on board voltage regulator so you can use any 6-12V DC power source
complete development environment in Linux|
You will need the tools for compiling and programming your AVR
microcontroller. I develop in Linux and use the free GNU tools such as
avr-gcc, avr-binutils, avr-libc. I use UISP as the programmer to program
the AVR over the serial port.|
The Linux tools are here:
http://home.overta.ru/users/denisc/. Windows users acan use WinAVR.
If you use an RPM based distro, I have a local mirror of all the tools you need here.
For an easy way to see how this all works together, take a look at
any of the Makefile's that come with the sample code below. They even show
how to program your AVR by doing a 'make install' while you have the
AVR connected via a parrallel port. Email me if you have problems.
Get the schematic in pdf form, or view it below.|
README file, 3D rendering of what the board looks like, schematic, eagle
files (.sch and .brd), and Gerber files to send to a boardhouse.
(don't forget the sample code above)
Email me if you have questions or need help.
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