AVR Dragon devices support

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Hi there,

I am planing to buy an AVR Dragon debuger. My problem is that I am a little bit confused over the supported devices.
Looking at [urlhttp://www.atmel.com/dyn/product... I see the list of the dragon's supported devices and also that it supports only devices with less than 32K flash.
Furthermore when I get in the AVRStudio/Dragon in disconnecting mode, I see a list with more than the link's above devices (MAybe all).
Could someone give me an updated list with the todays supported devices of the AVR Dragon???

Thanks.

Michael.

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Using the AVR Studio Tools user guide would indicate latest information on supported device.
This of course anticipates that you have the latest AVR Studio.

The information in your link does not mention the new Xmega programming interface (PDI) either. Not that AVR Dragon supports this, but to me that is an indication of "old" news in the website.

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AVR Dragon User Guide in AVR Studio help has a "Device support" page. Take a look at that :-)

Edit: Simon already beat me to it..

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Don't forget about the "hack" that breaks the 32K debug limit anyway ;-)

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Thank you all guys

Michael.

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I believe that the supported device list in the AVR Studio help file is for on chip debugging support only. For programming, it supports a far greater number (including any chip with an ISP interface).

Regards,
Steve A.

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The list seems to show both programming and debugging and within that the types supported:

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