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daaBRAT
10-18-2004, 10:19 AM
Could anybody suggest an inexpensive programmer for homeuse that can be bought off the market ?

Requirements:
1. should be able to be used with AVRs and AT89s5* processors atleast....
2. Computer interface reqd. -- Minimal other interfacing requirements... preferrably a USB connection to the computer

Appreciate the approx cost and where to buy/order it from....

If any one of you wants to get rid of an old programmer (working obviously!), i'm open to buying it as long as you can convince me I'm making a good deal....

10-21-2004, 02:04 PM
A programmer is available in Bazzee for 89 series for abt 1500-2000 rs.
You can check that out.
The spec
Connects to your computer's serial port (Comm 1, 2, 3 or 4) with a standard DB9 Male to DB9 Female cable.
Baud Rate - 9600,COMx Automatically selected by window software.

No PC Card Required.
Uses Intel Hex Data Format (Default output of most assemblers and compilers.)

vikas
10-21-2004, 05:38 PM
Why dont you try the AVR series of programmers for PonyProg They are REAL easy to make at most 5 components :) if i remember correctly ... you can anyway go for the ones availible in market also ... But dont expect them to be cheap ... But they will support huge range of Chips and uC .