Here comes our AVR trainer kit named TechAVR. Many of us made our first steps in embedded world with TechAVR(TM). Today it has thousands of users: students, hobbyists, enthusiasts and professionals. We asked ourselves what we can do to make such a great board even greater. And we made some brilliant changes. We focused all of our creativity and knowledge into making a revolutionary new design, unlike any previous version of the board. We now present you with the new version, it’s portable, pluggable.
TechAVR2 is an excellent development kit for novices for programming and experimenting with AVR microcontrollers. It includes an On-board programmer which provides an interface between PC and microcontroller. A number of buttons, jumpers and connectors are there to help the microcontroller to be interfaced with the peripherals. This kit comes with examples for easy prototype development, perfect for beginners.
1) ZIF Socket for ATmega16A/32A, with accessible I/O, grouped by PORT.
2) On board Programmer.
3) USB connector, connection with PC.
4) Crystal Oscillator (Default 16MHz). It’s replaceable.
5) External Supply Socket (5V).
6) SPI Pinout.
7) ISP Pinout.
8) USART Pinout.
9) I2C Pinout.
10) Seven Segment Display Interfacing.
11) LCD Interfacing Connector.
12) LCD Contrast.
13) ADC Interfacing.
14) Push Button (x2) Interfacing.
15) I/O Expander.
16) RESET Circuitry.
17) 8 LEDs for general use.
18) Buzzer Interfacing.
19) Infrared Interfacing.
20) 1-Wire Communication Interfacing.
21) Power Switch.
22) Vcc-GND power pin.
NO SMD COMPONENTS. So that you can replace any component on the board with your desired ones.
- TechAVR2 Board.
- Standard USB cable (A to B).
- DVD including User manual,compiler,burner software, simulation software and sample codes.
USBasp Driver Install on Windows 10
(You have to disable signature enforcement)
Step-1: Start>Update & security>Recovery>Restart now
Step-2: Troubleshoot>Advanced options>Startup Settings>Restart
7) Disable driver signature enforcement
Step-3: Press F7 to disable driver Signature enforcement