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AVR High Voltage Programmer Using Arduino AVR microcontroller




AVR microcontroller uses fuse bits to set its operational parameters like watchdog timer settings and change speed of the internal oscillator. Most fuse bits can be set or reset without worry. You can flash it into one state and then flashed back again using an SPI programmer.

High Voltage Programmer

However, some fuse bits like RSTDISBL fuse are irreversible using SPI programmer. Once the RSTDISBL fuse is set you need a high voltage programmer like the STK500, which is costly, to bring alive the chip. If you don’t have STK500 you can try to build your own AVR High Voltage Programmer using Arduino like Jeff Keyzer did. The recovery fuse programming process is easy.

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