Portable AVR Programmer

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Hi there,

I am looking for a profesional portable AVR programmer in order to use it in our production area.

My needs are:
1. ISP programming.
2. Device Support: AT90CAN32-64-128, ATmega series, ATtiny series.
3. The PC program must be able to enclose both .code.hex, .eeprom.hex, fuse bits, lock bits and OSCAL calibration byte in a project file that can be saved and load from PC.
4. The programmer must be able to be loaded with the whole project and to program devices without connected to a PC. So the programmer must be supplied from the mains.

Do you have any idea???

Thanks.

Michael.

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Also do you have any experience on this programmer: http://www.equinox-tech.com/products/details.asp?ID=1308#devicesupport

Thank you.

Michael.

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Dean's (=abcminiuser) ButtLoad has that functionality. All that is required is an Atmel Butterfly with a tiny bit of hardware.

http://www.aplomb.nl/TechStuff/BLBF/BLBF.html

A link to Dean's website is provided there.

Nard

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Shouldn't you be using a production programmer? Using a development programmer for production isn't a good idea.

Leon

Leon Heller G1HSM

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Unless your production line is so small that you only build and program 24-36 parts per month or so, I'd invest in a production programmer, such as Data I/O that are designed to handle large volume and not wear out quickly.

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Development programmers don't do a thorough test of the device during the programming process. It all depends on how reliable a product needs to be.

Leon

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