ATmega32 AVR Development Board (HCDVBD0010)

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ATmega32 AVR Development Board (HCDVBD0010)

Post by admin » Fri Jul 19, 2013 11:01 am

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Description:

A simple low cost development board for experimenting with Atmel's popular ATmega32 microcontroller. It can be powered from an external 5V power supply, or via a USB port using a mini USB cable (not supplied). The board also has a convenient ISP header which is compatible with most ISP programmers including our USBTinyISP (HCARDU0002).


1. On-board Atmega32
2. Supports ISP and JTAG.
3. All the IO ports are leaded out, including the PA, PB, PC, PD ports.
4. On-board programmable LED.
5. On-board 8MHZ crystal (replaceable).
6. On-board AMS1117-3.3 power chip, provides 800mA maximum current.
7. On-board Mini USB interface, 5V power supply, capacitor filter, chip operating voltage jumper, can choose 3.3V or 5V operating volatge.


Software:

Windows
[url=http://www.atmel.com/tools/ATMELSTUDIO.aspx]Atmel AVR Studio
.

WinAVR (Includes avrdude command line programmer).

Example avrdude command line using USBTinyISP programmer: avrdude -c usbtiny -p atmega32 -U flash:w:MyProject.hex

Example code (Written in AVR Studio):

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/* FILE:    ATmega32_Development_board_Test_Program.cpp
   DATE:    19/07/13
   VERSION: 0.1
   
REVISIONS:

19/07/13 Created version 0.1


This is a simple program that will slowly flash the on board LED connected 
to DIO pin PB0 repeatedly.  

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*/


#include <avr/io.h>

/* Used to create a very simple delay loop */
long Delay;

int main(void)
{
   /* Set all port B pins to outputs */
   DDRB = 0xff;

   while(1)
   {
      /* Set DIO pin PB0 high */
      PORTB = 0b00000001;
      /* Wait a little */
      for(Delay=0; Delay <=50000; Delay++);
 
      /* Set DIO pin PB0 low */
      PORTB = 0b00000000;
      /* Wait a little */
      for(Delay=0; Delay <=50000; Delay++);
   }

return 1;
}

Downloads:
ATmega32_Schematic_HCDVBD0010.pdf
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Re: ATmega32 AVR Development Board (HCDVBD0010)

Post by GriffWason » Tue May 19, 2015 6:49 pm

Hello :)

Do you know if there is a schematic for this board.

I am going to use it as a controller for a Rotary Table Controller I'm building.

Thanks very much.

Griff

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Re: ATmega32 AVR Development Board (HCDVBD0010)

Post by andrew » Wed May 20, 2015 12:13 pm

We don't have one to hand but I emailed the manufacturer this morning and asked them for one. Because of the time difference I don't expect to hear back from them until tomorrow so please bear with me.
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Re: ATmega32 AVR Development Board (HCDVBD0010)

Post by GriffWason » Wed May 20, 2015 12:42 pm

Hi

That's very kind of you, thank you!

Griff

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Re: ATmega32 AVR Development Board (HCDVBD0010)

Post by andrew » Wed May 20, 2015 2:19 pm

The schematic has now been added to the bottom of the first post.
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Re: ATmega32 AVR Development Board (HCDVBD0010)

Post by GriffWason » Thu May 28, 2015 7:31 am

Hello Andrew,

Thank you SO much for arranging this! Very grateful, and will make my implementation very much easier.

Regards,

Griff

PS. Sorry for the delay, have been away on business.

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