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Hi, It's possible to use this Programmer to Manage"Devduino Sensor Node 2.0"in addition to those listed in the wiki?
Otherwhise, which is the best device that i can use available here in SeeedStudio Portal?
Thank you in advance for your repl
Hi Neo.It is feasible.First,you need to know the protocol of mouse chip,and then you need a microcontroller.It is just a suggestion.
I have 3 pcs ATMEGA8 MCU but it have bad fuse settings and not working for new program loading .Can I fixing fusing setting with this programmer ?If yes please describe me here too?
Hi Electro, we don't have it in pdf format, but you could save it as HTML file to your local file.
Is it possible to use this programmer in Windows 7 x64?
It worked in Windows XP, and it's working in Linux (using avrdude), but it's completely not working in Windows 7, because of problems with drivers for PL-2303HX chip.
I've tried a lot of"s
Hello, thanks for you interest in our products. We only distributor this product, so far so we know, it is not support work in low power mode.
"you can upgraded its firmware,in upgrade firmware Completed,it can work at a higher version of the AVR Studio and to be able to support more device"
Yes, it is possible. If you want to use this moudle for communication with each other, you could directly refer to the wiki of Bluetooth Shield(http://www.seeedstudio.com/wik...
Hi,i'm sorry this a Simplified version of programmer,so you can't upgrade its firmware.We have updated our introduction,sorry for that.
I'm able to read the device signature, erase, flash and read/write the EEPROM but not able to read the fuses and lockbits. Is that supposed to work ?
Yes, it is ,and so does other bluetooth serial products we are selling .
ok my bad. The chip I'm currently using (AT90S8515) doesn't suppport ISP fuses and lockbits setting.
Concerning the post below, I am now sure there is no problem with PL-2303 drivers. They are installed successfully from the latest version available at http://prolificusa.com/pl-2303...
Hi YB ??? very sorry that we also don't know well how to use a bluetooth as a audio receiver.
Thank you for answering, but not matter COM you choose, it is impossible to establish connection. BTW, driver is working correctly, therefore I insist that the device is not recognized as a STK500 compatible. So there is no way to use it with AVRStudio
I have a Dell Inspiron N5110 core i5 with Windows 7, 64 bits.
The suggested ICIDU.com link from your Wiki page is broken. Check to see"If you need drivers for Windows Vista/7 x64, try following the"Dr
Yes???and it can be powered between 1.8 to 3.6V .Please refer to wiki for more info , thanks.
Dear Lauro.You can download the driver of VISTA,our AVRISP Promrammer is older version,so the driver of Windows is compatible with the VISTA's.You can have a try.
Is this Atmel plastic card reader ?
Where is the slot ?
This bluetooth module is not use AT commands. It is better to read Bluetooth Bee datasheet :
No , it not a Atmel ship reader , it is used for programming Atmel AVR ship via ISP port .
Hi...I just received my programmer but it doesn't work at all....it appears as com port 3 (on WindowsXP)ok but it dont communicate with avrstudio 4.13 (the one that comes with the programmer)...i need to make it work and upgrade the firmware...what can
Dear Marcos Olivera.This product is designed by others,all information about this one have posted on our wiki.I'm sorry for that,we'll fine down it later.
I was wondering if this can be used to program an ATmega1284P (it's not on the list of supported AVRs). I tried the USBtinyISP from Adafruit and that doesn't work (has an known and acknowledged bug/limitation).
Dear customer, you need to know we just confirm that is work with AVRs, so we can't promise you can use it with your board. Base on Adafruit USB tinyISP, I think it would not success to program your board.
For this module you pretty much have to have a PCB that you solder it onto. See the Eagle library for the PCB footprint. If you want to solder to it, you should get the Bluetooth Bee version, which has all the pins pulled out. There's also the Grove ve
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