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xBoard MINI (AVR Dev Board for ATmega8/168/328)

xBoard MINI (AVR Dev Board for ATmega8/168/328)
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SKU SKU00107  
Weight 1.00 grams
 
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To transfer programs to this board from your PC you need an ISP Programmer. THIS IS NOT INCLUDED WITH THE KIT.

AVR ATmega8 Development Board

xBoard MINI v2.0 is an advance development board for 28 PIN Atmel AVR MCUs like ATmega8, ATmega168 etc. Beginner can use it as a tool to learn microcontroller programming while advance user can use it as a base for complex project. The advantage is that you get a fully tested and well designed board with many peripherals. The tutorials guide you from the very beginning and covers most commonly used techniques useful for embedded projects.

The board is designed so as to reduce the mess to minimum. The board has everything on board to reduce external wiring during the first learning period. This ensure maximum positive results during initial experimentation.

Huge amount of fully debugged and quality C sample code can serve as a base for numerous projects. This make tasks which seems impossible to beginner, very easy to accomplish.

Unlike others we are not selling just the board. What is more worthy is the bundled tutorials and codes specifically designed for the board. These tutorials gives you a very smooth path to reach your goals. Add to these the Full-fledged, Industrial Strength Projects supplied with the board, these serve as a treasure house of knowledge. These can be quickly modified to your need and deployed as a solution!

Features
 

  • ATmega8, ATmega168 ready (28 PIN AVR Device)
  • Built in 16MHz Crystal, 5v regulated power supply, reset button,on/off switch, LC Circuit On AVcc for clean ADC operation.
  • Incircuit Programmable by any ISP Programmer like USB AVR Programmer v2.1
  • 1 User LED.
  • 4 User push buttons.
  • Serial Port with TTL and RS232 output (MAX232 Circuit Inbuilt)
  • 16x2 Alphanumeric LCD Module.
  • NEC Format Remote Control Receiver(TSOP1738) and Decoder(Software library).
  • Philips RC5 decoder software library (COMMING SOON).
  • DS1307 based Real Time Clock with coin cell backup.
  • LM35 Temperature sensor.
  • xAPI - Easy to use C Libray fucntions to do common tasks.


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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)

PORT Usage

Microcontrollers have certain input output pins that connects it to the external world. On these i/o pins, external peripherals are connected so that microcontroller can communicate with them. Most of the pins of a microcontroller are input output pins. The rest are power supply pins or the crystal oscillator pins(two pins where a crystal oscillator is connected). The ATmega8 has three input output port named PORB, PORTC and PORTD.

The image below shows how we have connected these input output lines to various peripherals like LCD, IR Remote, RTC, Temperature Sensor, Serial Port, LEDs etc.

atmega8 dev board port usage