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Product Code: M32DBExcl. VAT: £29.99 Incl. VAT: £35.99
The ATmega32 development board is suited for more demanding robotics and control application projects.
It uses a fast and powerful Atmel® AVR microcontroller (ATmega32, running at about 16Million instructions per second).
Product Code: 28920Excl. VAT: £25.18 Incl. VAT: £30.22
There is no better open-source way for a BEAM enthusiast to get into microcontrollers.
Based on the open-source project from Italy, this Atmel ATMega168 microcontroller is nested into an easy-to-talk-to cocoon o' technology!
The development language is very "C"-like, and runs in a Java-based all-in-one environment supported on Linux, Mac, and Windows.
Product Code: PGM-11801Excl. VAT: £15.49 Incl. VAT: £18.59
The ATtiny45 and 85 are a couple of really cool little MCUs but did you know you can program them in Arduino? That’s right, now you can shrink your Arduino projects down to “tiny size” by moving your code straight over to these small but capable ICs.
The standard method for programming the ATtiny ICs involves a breadboard, lots of jumper wires and a hardware programmer, but David Mellis over at MIT Media Lab has simplified the process by laying out this handy USB programmer.
Product Code: 3170Excl. VAT: £8.32 Incl. VAT: £9.98
This in-system programmer can be used to program AVR microcontrollers and AVR-based controller boards, such as our Orangutan robot controllers and the 3pi robot. The programmer emulates an STK500 on a virtual serial port, making it compatible with standard AVR programming software, and it supports devices running at either 3.3 V or 5 V.
Minimal Price: £8.32