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28 PIN AVR Development Board

28 PIN AVR Development Board
28 PIN AVR Development Board 28 PIN AVR Development Board
SKU SKU17607  
Weight 10.00 grams
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Includes ATmega8 MCU !

This low cost 28 PIN AVR development board is ideal for getting started with AVR microcontroller on a tight budget. It can also serve as neat and clean base for many small projects because bread boards and proto PCBs soon become messy and less reliable.

Features:

  1. Compatible with 28 pin chips like ATmega8,ATmega48,ATmega168, ATmega328 etc.
  2. Atmel AVR ATmega8 28 PIN microcontroller Included.
  3. 16 MHz crystal for maximum speed.
  4. All ports available on standard 0.1inch (2.54mm) male headers.
  5. LC Filter on AVcc for clean ADC performance.
  6. Decoupling capacitors on all power pins.
  7. Standard ISP Header (Can be programmed with our USB AVR Programmer v2.0).
  8. On/Off switch.
  9. 9-18V DC input.
  10. 5v regulated output for supplying extra peripherals.(3x).
  11. Reset Button.
  12. Power Indicator LED.
  13. Free Prototyping area for customization(78 holes at 0.1 inch distance)
  14. FR4 PCB with solder mask and silk screen.
  15. All PCB Pads tinned.

Downloads:

Online Documentation:

  1. Know your development board.
  2. Schematics of the board (Circuit Diagrams)
  3. Programming the board.
  4. Creating a hello world project (Blinking a LED)

Videos

Parts of the Development Board

atmega8 avr development board parts

  • Power In - Standard DC socket for powering the board. Use a 12v 1A adapter with Center positive pin.
  • 5v & ground -When you attach some other peripheral to the development board, this point can be used to supply that peripheral with regulated 5 volts.
  • 12v Output - Same as above, but 12v for bigger loads like motor or relays. On/Off Switch - Main Power Control, used to turn on/off the entire board.
  • Power Indicator - This glows when board is receiving power from adapter.
  • ISP Header - This is used to update the program of the MCU without removing it from the board.
  • Free Proto Area - Here you can add more components to the board as required by your application. You can then connect them to the i/o ports. 5v and GND are available nearby to power your extra devices. For example you may connect LEDs, Motor Driver etc. in this free area.
  • MCU - ATmega8 Microcontroller.
  • Reset - Resets the MCU, and execution of program is restarted from beginning.
  • Crystal - This is like the heart for MCU. It provides beats that makes the MCU take steps. For accurate timing in you application you need a crystal oscillator. It provides a voltage and temperature independent clock source.
  • I/O Ports - They connect the MCU to the external world, all the peripherals are connected using these i/o ports.

Software Development for xBoard

Software for this board is development using the C programming language. The user is expected to know the basics of C programming language and should also have sufficient experience in their usage. The following two tutorial will help you become families with the software development process

Tutorial 1 - Development Process of Embedded Systems

Embedded System This tutorial is aimed at the peoples who dream to get into the field of embedded system development. This is the first chapter and provides the overview of the development process and the basic hardware and software tools required. Read Tutorial (Free)

Tutorial 2 - Creating Your First Project in Atmel Studio

Atmel Studio 6 This tutorial gives you the step by step guide in using the Atmel Studio IDE which was introduced in above tutorial. Read Tutorial (Free)

Addon Modules:

motor board power supply

Motor Driver Module

 

lcd interface with atmega8

LCD Board

 

seven segment board and 28pin avr dev board

Seven Segment Module

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