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problem bringing pin low
Disabling the jtag fuse fixed everything. Thanks for all your help!
Sunday, 19 October 2008 - 03:34
problem bringing pin low
If I disable the jtag fuse, will I still have access to program via ISP programming on the STK500. I assume yes, but when I change that fuse setting in avr studio it gives me a...
Sunday, 19 October 2008 - 01:20
problem bringing pin low
PORTC's pin 4 is the one I know I'm having an issue with. I haven't explicitly enabled or disabled jtag. I assume the default is disabled. Should I be explicitly disabling it?
Sunday, 19 October 2008 - 00:25
problem bringing pin low
I am using pwm but not on port c (I don't think it's available there). I'm using pwm on port d. I'm using adc on port a. I don't think any other functions are enabled. I do not...
Sunday, 19 October 2008 - 00:11
problem bringing pin low
I am setting it to output like this,: DDRC = 0xFF; //Set Port C for output Is that correct? Yes, all Vcc and ground connections have been made, including AVcc. Port C is connected...
Saturday, 18 October 2008 - 21:07
STK500 Rookie
microcarl wrote:curtsen wrote:Hey Carl, I noticed you have OSCSEL jumped on pins 2 and 3. According to the manual, if I understand correctly, this setting utilizes the on board...
Friday, 19 September 2008 - 13:43
motor control chip consumes too much power?
Thanks for the advice. How should the cap that will feed the electronics be hooked up? Should it be hooked directly from vcc to a branch that feeds vcc to the electronics? Also,...
Friday, 15 August 2008 - 14:51
Using an external clock with an Atmega32
it's 3.686 mhz
Sunday, 22 April 2007 - 23:25
Using an external clock with an Atmega32
The oscillators are brand new. I've tested 2 of them with the same result. I don't have a scope :( Are my fuses set correctly? (fuses CKSEL = 0000 and SUT = 10)
Saturday, 21 April 2007 - 15:48
Reading an NTC Thermistor via an Atmega32's adc pin
Lennart wrote:So, what happens if you put your termistor inside your mouth? Will it read somewhere around 37 degrees C Connected the way I stated (adc to aref via resistor), it...
Friday, 20 April 2007 - 19:56
Reading an NTC Thermistor via an Atmega32's adc pin
jasonphd wrote:Aref is set to use the internal 2.56v. If I measure the aref pin with nothing but a capacitor to ground connected, it is actually 2.56v However, if i connect the...
Friday, 20 April 2007 - 19:17
Reading an NTC Thermistor via an Atmega32's adc pin
Aref is set to use the internal 2.56v. If I measure the aref pin with nothing but a capacitor to ground connected, it is actually 2.56v However, if i connect the 2nd thermistor...
Friday, 20 April 2007 - 19:08

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