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Hi, I'm a begginer and
I want to make a BMS.
I'm planning to buy a microcontroller and Evaluation board and programmer.
Microcontroller : ATmega16HVA 8 bit
Evaluation board : ATAVRSB201-2 + ATAVRSB200
Programmer : AVR DRAGON (+ISP connector)
Could you tell me IS this devices appropriate for beginner? ^^
Thank you so much. ~

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Checking out your previous post, I now have an idea what a BMS is. (Battery Management System).
What you are proposing is probably overkill for a beginner.
The following will do all you want and become your final system if you are making a one off. http://www.futurlec.com.au/ATMegaDevBoard.jsp

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I stay in USA right now,
so I went to the same site (USA version)
and Um.. I have no idea about AVR..
so,If I use this board,
I could use WinAVR(GCC) + AVR Studio, right? ^-^
thank you so much. ^^

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BMS stands for Building Managent System too and that was my first thought.

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I have no idea about AVR..
Which processor are you familiar with then?

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nothing..
I learn about gmx-1000 board.
and my Professor told me
AVR is quite similar to what I learned.
But I have a no idea. ^^;
I will buy the developeboard which LDEVRIES recommanded.
Thank you so much.

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I programmed mine for years with the old serial ISP programmer. When it was time to upgrade to a USB programmer, I decided to upgrade to the dragon, though I haven't fiddled with its more advanced features.

For development board... hehe... You'll laugh.

I have a 16 pin IC socket, a programming header, a few LEDs and a battery holder for a 3v lithium cell mounted on an old hotel keycard.

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