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ATmega32 starter board with LCD

Everybody that are starting with microcontrollers need some starting point – I mean a development board where they can prototype various projects and figure out how things works in embedded world. Atmega32 should be enough for many tasks you chose as it is featured with 32KB flash, 2KB SRAM and 1KB EEPROM and even more handy interfaces. This DIY Atmega32 development board has a standard alphanumeric LCD, RS232 interface to connect to PC, four programmable buttons, two additional buttons to generate external interrupts and DS1307 RTC chip – for easy time counting without occupying microcontroller’s resources. The board comes with standard 7805 voltage regulator, so any DC voltage sources up to 12V can be attached. If you are interested in following features just grab this design. It has no SMD’s so there should be no problem for everybody to build. Continue reading

Simple and flexible ATmega32 development board

There are tons of various development boards around the internet. If you are looking for one – might be this one will fit your needs. It is featured with ATMega32 MCU clocked at 16MHz; RS232; RS485; I2C EEPROM (64KBytes); 4-way Piano Switch; Reset and some LEDs; 2 x 40 pin DIL breakout connectors. Board is 100x75mm size with tracks on both sides. Probably it is best to send Gerber files to your nearest PCB manufacturer and get professionally looking PCB. Continue reading