AVR ONE on Sale at reduced price

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We've put in an order for a pair of these for work.

Is there a way to use an AVRONE on Mac OS X yet? Searching here seems to indicated that neither AVRDUDE or AVARICE support it but the threads I found were pretty old. As far as I can tell, the toolchain downloads for Linux on the Atmel website don't include an equivalent of AVRONE.exe.

It's been the case in the past that debugging on not-AVRStudio has been limited by Atmel's lack of protocol documentation. I eventually found the AVR ONE page on the Atmel website but the documentation seems messed up (the datasheet for the AVR ONE is the AVR XMEGA C Manual), so I take it Atmel hasn't documented the protocol, and until that happens I'll be stuck using Windows or other chip architectures. I'd love to be wrong, though.

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As far as I am aware, the AVR ONE! protocol isn't documented and no open source tool supports it (yet?). As for the bad website link, please send an email to avr@atmel.com so we can get it fixed.

- Dean :twisted:

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I was really excited by this until I just read the issue with non support by avrdude and avrice. At least I do have a JTAGmkII that I brought back from the dead. I had to repair a burned trace on the board, replace a broken switch (unit got dropped, guess where it landed), and jumper out a blown fuse. Anybody know a suitable replacement for that fuse (self healing fuse device)?
I also had to replace the cable, I used a standard .05" ribbon cable soldered directly to the board. I provided a ground between each line and did a scatter/gather at the 10 pin connector end. My 'Frankenstein' repair seems to work.

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Your thread: "Atmel misses the boat yet again ?" has been removed

Last Edited: Wed. Mar 21, 2012 - 07:20 PM
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Long story short, both designed at Atmel Nantes, IIRC.

- Dean :twisted:

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Thanks for the reply

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Hi everyone.
I am thinking to buy a debugger. You are talkink here about the avr one (hope it cost still 199$) and I am interested to by one. But I have a few questions.
What is the avr one probe for and can I use it without(is to costy)?
Dean mention that Atmel is working to integrate SAM support into the debuggers. Will it be possible to upgrade todays debuggers (one, ice3, dragon) or will it be a new HW version (atmel one, like Dean said)?

Previously I thought to buy the AVR JTAGICE 3 but I have the feeling that this is not a serious one, becouse Atmel dont even have any documentation about this product on the web, and avr studio 4 dont support it.

On the other hand I can buy the original SAM ICE (99$) + MCUZONE avr32 debugger (88$). Less then 199$ (avr one). This is confusing.

I hope somebody can help me. Thanks a lot.

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What is the avr one probe for and can I use it without(is to costy)?

The AVR-ONE! includes a probe. The probe is the part that interfaces the debugger to your circuit - there are two available (for different debug speeds) but you already get one with the base debugger package. You don't need the alternative probe unless you specifically need the different voltage/speed ratio.

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Previously I thought to buy the AVR JTAGICE 3 but I have the feeling that this is not a serious one, becouse Atmel dont even have any documentation about this product on the web, and avr studio 4 dont support it.

All the JTAG-ICE3 documentation is integrated into AVRStudio 5/Atmel Studio 6.

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Avr one for 199$ is gone :( . In atmel store it is back to 599$.

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Thank god! I was very close to getting one just because of the price. Now that I'm on the safe side again re this, and can return my looks to the Salae LA, another "newish" laptop, another Very Powerful Tool for the cottage building projects, another repair of The Old Volvo, a cheapish oscilloscope, a new stereo and so on and so-forth and Scooby-Dooby-Doo!

Them Atmel folks nearly had me...

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Brutte wrote:
I am sure Atmel's marketing guys are not that short-minded to know this leads to a self-spinning process which ends up with:
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Because they weren't selling, due to the popularity of AVR ONE! I suspect.

I am not that sure about it today.

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