atmega328 - where to buy

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hi,
I'm looking on the web where to buy the ATmega328 PDIP micro. do you know wher to buy online?
regards
p.s) happy new year

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The device table here lists 323, 324, 329, and 3250. Digikey has a atmega32L-8something or another. What is a mega328 exactly? An 8 mhz mega32?

Imagecraft compiler user

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Bob, the ATmega328P is an memory expanded version of the mega168P: http://www.atmel.com/dyn/product...

The part is supposed to ship 4Q2007, but it does not appear to have yet shipped.

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hi bob,
the 328 is like an MEGA168 (family 48/88/168/368) but with more sram. for me very interting

Kevin, thanks for your answer :-(

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kmr wrote:
Bob, the ATmega328P is an memory expanded version of the mega168P: http://www.atmel.com/dyn/product...

The part is supposed to ship 4Q2007, but it does not appear to have yet shipped.

Has this changed?

Iluvatar is the better part of Valar.

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The shipped date was announced in the press release for the new product. I'm not aware of Atmel publishing a revised ship date. As of today, none of the AVR retailers that I checked have this chip in stock.

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still not anyone who know where these can be bought?

I'm about to do my final project, an atmega328p would be just perfect for that :)

I hope somebody will update this thread when they find some...

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The usual clue is that if you go to a page for a device such as 168P:

http://www.atmel.com/dyn/product...

you'll notice that "check ditributor inventory" towards the bottom right of the top panel? If you go to the page for 328P sadly there does not appear to be such a link:

http://www.atmel.com/dyn/product...

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Just got this from Digikey (digikey.com) in response to my inquiry regarding ATmega328p availability:

"That part should be in our system and on order next week. We just received pricing information and data on it from Atmel. Thank you for your inquiry."

FYI.

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lautman wrote:
[The ATmega328P] should be in our system and on order next week.
My local Atmel guy says that the mega328P is sampling now and will be in full production 2008Q3.

Don Kinzer
ZBasic Microcontrollers
http://www.zbasic.net

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hi this is a new request:
anyone know wher is possible to buy some ATmega328 (no more than 5) in Europe?

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lipo wrote:
hi this is a new request:
anyone know wher is possible to buy some ATmega328 (no more than 5) in Europe?

CSD, Germany:

http://www.csd-electronics.de/de...

3.79€

Peter

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This place is also excellent and has them in PDIP with very cheap shipping around Europe (about 3 EUR to the UK):

http://shop.tuxgraphics.org/elec...

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My 5 ATMEGA328's just arrived from Mouser Electronics. They have been on order for 6 months !!!

It looks like they still have a few in-stock with more on the way.

http://www.mouser.com/Search/ProductDetail.aspx?qs=K8BHR703ZXguOQv3sKbWcg%3d%3d

The picture of the package is wrong in this link.

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gahelton wrote:
It looks like they still have a few in-stock with more on the way.
It appears that Avnet currently has the most in stock (see link below). I received 100 from them a few days ago.

http://www.stkcheck.com/evs/atme...

Don Kinzer
ZBasic Microcontrollers
http://www.zbasic.net

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thanks to all for the information
I've used http://shop.tuxgraphics.org/elec... ... ga328.html (very clear web site and simple to use)
I hope it will be ok

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I've ordered lots of bits from tuxgraphics in the past and it's always been hassle free. I've also emailed Guido from that site questions in the past, and he's clearly an AVR enthusiast and was really helpful.

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I have received everythins in a short time an with a very professional approch (email notification and simple payment)
so from my point of view a very nice company

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Cool Components have a whole lot of these if you're in Europe and they're pretty cheap

http://www.coolcomponents.co.uk/...