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Instalacion del controlador USBasp (USBasp drivers setup) – Dark Side Electronics using AVR microcontroller

English version available at the bottom Se enseñara paso a paso como instalar los controladores (drivers) necesarios para el correcto funcionamiento del programador USBasp para microcontroladores AVR. Primero, mencionaremos algunas consideraciones para evitar fallos por usos indebidos del programador. También se mencionará  el protocolo y pines que debe tener en cuenta para poder programar su microcontrolad ...

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How to Read Binary/Hex Thumbwheel Switch with an AVR Microcontroller using ATmega328p microcontroller

This instructable will show you how to read the number on a binary pushwheel or thumbwheel switch using LED's or an AVR microcontroller (I'm using an ATmega328p but this can be adapted for any AVR or probably another microcontroller of your choice). Multiple thumbwheel switches can be strung together to make an electronic combination lock, protecting your valuable...um....cookies! Thumbwheel switches have d ...

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AVR LCD Namebadge Using ATtiny2313

So, you're going to a conference/meetup/nerdfest and you want to do something that sets you apart from normal people.  An LCD namebadge powered by an ATtiny2313 is a great way to do that.  This is a general purpose LCD display unit powered by a 9V battery and a simple voltage regulator circuit (the same 7805 circuit you see absolutely everywhere).  It's no-frills, but it can be etched, drilled and soldered ...

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Power Your Arduino From Your Car using AVR microcontroller

The Arduino -- and AVRs in general -- have a wide range of power supply options ranging from around 1.8V to 5.5V. The choice of voltage is usually determined by the desired clock speed or power consumption requirements. The Arduino and its many variants have power jacks that allow connections from big, clunky "wall warts." Alternatively, some boards can get their power from external power supply pins, eithe ...

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Making a set of traffic lights Using Arduino

This tutorial will step you through the process of creating a set of controllable and configurable traffic lights whilst also teaching you the basics of Arduino. Some knowledge is needed and I highly recommend reading and following through on most if not all of the pages of the following document, created by the wonderful Arduino.cc people! Arduino - Getting started guide This document will explain in simpl ...

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LoveBox – The box of love using ATtiny2313 Microcontroller

As most guys I don't tell my wife that "I love you" as often as I should, but this little gadget will at least improve that situation as bit. So by combining a nice box and some hardcore electronics nerdiness I've made a nice christmas gift for my wife. The LoveBox is a small box that when opened displays a random message of love to the viewer. Step 1 Alternative usages Love might be what makes the world go ...

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Stripboard Arduino using ATMega168 microcontroller

In this, my first Instructable I'm going to show you how to make a stripped down Arduino for a fraction of the price, using Stripboard/Veroboard. Material List: 1x Atmel ATMega168 = �2.65 1x Stipboard = 72p 1x 7805 Voltage regulator = 26p 2x LEDs = 16p 2x 220 Ohm resistors = 8p 1x 10k Ohm resistor = 4p 2x 10 uF capacitors = 12p 1x 16 MHz clock crystal = 45p 2x 22 pF capacitors = 10p 2x .1 mfd capacitors = 1 ...

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