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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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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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Using Arduino to communicate with embedded project using AVR ATMEGA microcontroller

Building a stand-alone AVR ATMEGA project sometimes leaves you with no easy to read output from your project. But you can use an Arduino to act as a communications bridge between your embedded project and your PC's Serial Monitor program! I'm building an embedded multi-channel thermocouple reader/datalogger, which has a lot of connections and soldering, thus many opportunities for problems! Since this is an ...

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A sunrise and sunset lamp with LEDs

You know it, in the winter time it is hard to get up, because it is dark outside and your body just won’t wake up in the middle of the night. So you can buy an alarm-clock that wakes you up with light. These devices are not as expensive as few years ago, but most of them look really ugly. On the other hand, most of the time it is also dark when you come home from work. So the great sunset is also gone. Wint ...

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Debugging AVR code in Linux with simavr using Microcontroller ATTiny85

I recently started programming AVR chips, namely the ATTiny85.  They can be programmed using C, compilers are readily available in Ubuntu, and you can do a LOT with them - just search for avr on this site!  Anyway, I was having some trouble with my project today - the LED wouldn't flash!  I couldn't figure out what was going on, as debugging these things is non-trivial.  That is, until I discovered simavr. ...

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EmINENT Microsystems Announces Embedded Software Framework™ Support for the Atmel AVR® 8-Bit RISC Microcontroller

Portland, OR (PRWEB) June 27, 2004 EmINENT Microsystems Inc. today announced Embedded Software Framework™ support for the AVR® 8-Bit RISC family of processors from Atmel Corporation. The Embedded Software Framework™ software suite includes ESF RTOS™ a simple, powerful, and easily customizable, “object-oriented” real-time operating system, ESF Base™ an OS and platform independent data structure, algorithm an ...

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