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Commercial atmel MCU programmer

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david90

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mcu programmer schematics

I want to spend around 50 bucks for a commerical programmer. Any recommendation?
 

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atavrisp-nd

I'm not sure about how much programmers cost... but for 50 bucks you could make yourself one. It is a very simple circuit. Google 'pony programmer'. check the first link you get. there are two schematics given in the website. go for the simple one.
 

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Digi-Key has the ATAVRISP for around $25.00.
will do al the avr's and atmegas with their own software.

Why build one if you don't have time, this is a great tool for only $25.

The part number is ATAVRISP-ND.

If you just want to program the classic avr series (not the atmega's)
i found a great avr parallel programmer at kitsrus for $29.00. (Kit 122)

Does not need software except a terminal program. It also programs the fuses.

Check it out:
https://kitsrus.com/upuc.html#k122
 

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hi
Why dont you try Proflesh, it has ful series of Atmel MicroContro. you can build you won. I am also using it if you want i will upload it for you.

regards.
 

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what does In system programming or ISP mean?
 

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i forgot to mention that atmel produce a new single cycle 8051 microcontrollers which can be programmed in circuit and they sell a programmer for 29 $ us
 

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ctownsend said:
Digi-Key has the ATAVRISP for around $25.00.
will do al the avr's and atmegas with their own software.

Why build one if you don't have time, this is a great tool for only $25.

The part number is ATAVRISP-ND.

If you just want to program the classic avr series (not the atmega's)
i found a great avr parallel programmer at kitsrus for $29.00. (Kit 122)

Does not need software except a terminal program. It also programs the fuses.

Check it out:
h**p://kitsrus.com/upuc.html#k122


ATAVRISP (Digi-Key) is out of stock ! Do you know another company who sell it?

Thanks
 

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atmel produce 8051 , Avr , ARM, MArc which one you need a programmer for
 

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from u r mail i think u want solutions for AVR line - u can check out the site www.avrfreaks.com - this site is offcialy maintained by the AVR group and has huge info including prices
ag
 

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