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#1 (permalink)      3/20/2013 10:12:48 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Software?
Got this programmer today :) now, what software is best and where to get it? AVRStudio???
Thanks
Don't try this at home kids :D
#2 (permalink)      3/20/2013 5:44:43 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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SIrius can you tell me what you can do with it?
#3 (permalink)      3/20/2013 5:53:24 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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It is a programmer for ATmega and ATiny MCU's, you can load new software to your flashlight that has a driver basen on ATiny13A for example, like this one, Nanjg 105C is and make your own modes...
Don't try this at home kids :D
#4 (permalink)      3/23/2013 12:38:44 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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DO you need something else of hardware to program driver or this driver is enough??

Have you managed to find some software?

THANX!
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You will need PC computer, 1 free usb to plug this pregrammer and a software like AVRStudio, AVRDude or similar, also knowledge of programming ...
Don't try this at home kids :D
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I hoped that therell be no need for special programming skills :)
That there would be just some parameters that need to be changed
#7 (permalink)      8/1/2013 8:39:49 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The correct driver can be found here:
http://www.fischl.de/usbasp/
It works with the Arduino IDE and AVRDude without problems, just choose USBasp.
There are alternatives to AVRDude, for easier software to upload just Google it or get an IDE for AVRDude.
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I am putting together a DIY ATMEGA328P-PU on a pc board. This will be my first time not using a pre-built Arduino UNO, etc.

Is this board for loading the bootloader onto the chip, or can you load sketches with the Arduino Software, and/or both, or neither one, and this is only suitable for other chips?

Thanks in advance.
#9 (permalink)      2/23/2014 6:07:10 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Anyone use these

http://dicks.home.xs4all.nl/avr/usbtiny/

USBtiny is a software implementation of the USB low-speed protocol for the Atmel ATtiny microcontrollers. Of course, it will also work on the ATmega series. The software is written for an AVR clocked at 12 MHz. At this frequency, each bit on the USB bus takes 8 clock cycles, and with a lot of trickery, it is possible to decode and encode the USB waveforms by software. The USB driver needs approximately 1250 to 1350 bytes of flash space (excluding the optional identification strings), depending on the configuration and compiler version, and 46 bytes RAM (excluding stack space). The C interface consists of 3 to 5 functions, depending on the configuration.


There seems to be a 12Mhz crystal on this board...hmmmmmm

http://www.obdev.at/products/vusb/index.html

V-USB is a software-only implementation of a low-speed USB device for Atmel’s AVR® microcontrollers, making it possible to build USB hardware with almost any AVR® microcontroller, not requiring any additional chip.
Features

Fully USB 1.1 compliant low-speed device, except handling of communication errors and electrical specifications.
Example projects demonstrate device and host driver implementations on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.
Supports multiple endpoints: one control endpoint, two interrupt/bulk-in endpoints and up to 7 interrupt/bulk-out endpoints. (Note that the USB specification forbids bulk endpoints for low speed devices, but V-USB supports them to some degree.)
Transfer sizes up to 254 bytes by default, more as configuration option.
Comes with freely usable USB identifiers (Vendor-ID and Product-ID pairs).



Runs on any AVR microcontroller with at least 2 kB of Flash memory, 128 bytes RAM and a clock rate of at least 12 MHz.
No UART, timer, input capture unit or other special hardware is required (except one edge triggered interrupt).
Can be clocked with 12 MHz, 15 MHz, 16 MHz or 20 MHz crystal or from a 12.8 MHz or 16.5 MHz internal RC oscillator.
High level functionality is written in C and is well commented.
Only about 1150 to 1400 bytes code size.
You can choose the License: Open Source or commercial. Click here for details.



Found from this instructable
http://www.instructables.com/id/VUSBTiny-AVR-SPI-Programmer/

Try using these drivers here and AVR dude...see if it works
http://learn.adafruit.com/usbtinyisp/download


Edited on 2/23/2014 at 7:05 AM. Reason:
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django wrote:

DO you need something else of hardware to program driver or this driver is enough??

Have you managed to find some software?

THANX!


To flash the ATtiny13 on the Nanjg 105c you will also need a sop8 test clip which I can't find here on Fasttech. It's available on other places though. :) Hopefully Fasttech will stock one soon enough.