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hlfshell

How do I take a program I've created with the Arduino chip and then put it on a lone AVR chip? I'm looking to get an AVR chip to essentially replace Arduino so I can cheaply move it from project to project without disabling the brains of any project I'm working on.

worapoht

you can find the compiled .hex file in subfolder "applet" of sketch folder
and use AVR programmer to program it (don't forgot to configure fuses byte same as Arduino, if not you may got some weird result by Atmel's factory config)

hlfshell

How do I configure the the fuses byte or whatever its called?

Thanks!

worapoht

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How do I configure the the fuses byte or whatever its called?


on fuse configuration procedure was depand on AVR programmer you have.
some programmer using its own software.
if Standard Atmel ISP MkII or AVR Dragon, Atmel AVR Studio 4 can do it alls..

Intosia

This is exactly what i wanted to ask! :D Today i got my Arduino but i dont want to buy a new one for each project (duh). Im glad to see its posible!

The programming, can it be done with the Parallel Programmer on the site?

worapoht

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The programming, can it be done with the Parallel Programmer on the site?


Yes, you can use parallel cable such as STK200 compatible and using several free software like ISPPROG or PonyProg copying chip

mrmeval

http://www.ladyada.net/make/boarduino/

If you make it yourself it's very cheap and you can pop a chip in and go. You'd need to swap the chip into an full Arduino or buy the extra cable to program it.

If it was designed by man it can be repaired by man.

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