@▷ AVR Programmer + Info | Diagram for Schematic

AVR Programmer + Info

AVR Programmer + Info



 

AVR Programmer + Info

 


The AVR family of `micro-controllers' (uCs) have their own, non-volatile memory; your program and data are safe, even if all power is lost. These chips also contain most of what is needed to program them. If you connect an AVR to the parallel port of a PC loaded with the right software - a `programmer' - then PC and uC will happily talk each other through the procedure. Uploading a program to the chip takes just a few seconds and very little hardware. It can even be done while the uC is `in-circuit', sitting in the apparatus you want it to control. A program already in the chip can be erased by the same `programmer'; there is no need for ultra-violet light or a special power supply.


AVR Programmer + Info



AVR Programmer + Info



AVR Programmer + Info

AVR Programmer + Info

Advertiser