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AT89C2051 Development Stick

89C2051 Development Stick kit offers an easy way of interfacing 89C2051 compatible MCU’s. Slim design with plug in type approach Voltage regulator on board for stable and regulated supply to the MCU RESET switch for resetting the MCU 0592 MHz Crystal 4K external EEPROM Power-On LED for indicator 20-Pin well marked Berg connector for ease of connection Access to all IO pins & supply pin on the Berg conne ...

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ATmega64 Development Board

This project is a development board for Atmel ATmega64 microcontroller and can be used to easily develop custom AVR firmware or as an introduction board to microprocessors and programming. A development board is better to be used instead of a breadboard setup as it facilitates the connection of the different components using PCB headers. The project was designed at the time when the Arduino board wasn’t ava ...

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Small Footprint ATMega328P Board

For my Word Clock project, for which I built a custom 8 x 8 LED Matrix with controller, I needed a much smaller footprint DIY-Duino (board for an ATMega328P microprocessor), one that would have all of the main functionality of my previous DIY-Duino boards (such as the Arduino Uno I2C Master board). As I'm not going to include I2C in the Word Clock, I can get rid of that without compromising the board and se ...

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ATmega DIP40 Minimal Board

After I wrote several articles about using ATmega microcontrollers (DIP40) in Arduino environment I had some feedback that I was asked how to be effectively put into operation this project. As I came into the Arduino world from classical microcontrollers development world, I have not found necessary to elaborate a method or hardware project for this. Meanwhile I realized that in Arduino world as there are m ...

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AVR Chronograph from concept to PCB

A chronograph is a device used to measure the speed of a passing object.  In it's simplest form, this involves two sensors of some kind that 'see' the object, some device that can measure time, and some output to deliver the data to the user. In this instructable, I'll be showing how I designed, programmed, and built a device like this with a couple extra handy features to make it more versatile than the on ...

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Relais Driver Board

This is a peripheral board with 4 relais, rated at 5A/250V each. The board has a ML10 output connector for connection with the AT2313 Project board. It has also 4 LED's for indication which relais is switched on. Hardware The circuit is simple, it consists of no more then an ML10 connector, a ULN2803A, which contains eight open collector darlington transistors, four of them amplifies the signals that come f ...

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Setup Arduino Software for Atmega328P with Internal Crystal on Breadboard

A breadboard Arduino will require an Atmega328P controller for these instructions. Note the “P” at the end of the name. You cannot use an Atmega328 because it has a slightly different device id number. It will require a different board configuration. Instructions for that are outside of this tutorial. Go to the Arduino tutorial website to get the board file to add to your sketchbook folder, Breadboard Tutor ...

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