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Jassper

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Jun 02, 2010, 01:41 pm Last Edit: Jun 02, 2010, 01:42 pm by Jassper Reason: 1
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Since you're into building your own boards based on one of the 128k  AVR's I would get a "real programmer". The USB Tiny is a big mess, both hardware and software wise. As it is now you really don't know whether the programmer is at fault or your board is. Get an AVRSIP MKII using the Stk500v2 protocol. If you think the Atmel version is too expensive to justify, you may look at eBay for Chinese copies.


yep, I thought that first thing. I have ordered a http://www.atmel.com/dyn/products/tools_card.asp?tool_id=3808

I have gone over the board several times and can't find anything that would cause the error. I'll post the issue if I find it.

Thanks.

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That's quite neat    Good work.


Thank you.

Mark S

I;ve been getting the same error.  I think you can ignore it.

Mark

Funky Diver

Hey Jassper... long time no post, how did you get on with this?

Is the board a winner?  Looking for something with more pins and space than a standard Arduino.  Cheers.

Jassper

Hi Funky

I think it's a winner. I haven't produced the second generation boards yet. I'm trying to get a feel for how much interest there is in this style of board and also have had a different project take priority and should be done with that in a couple weeks. I plan to re-visit this board at that time.

There is a couple of corrections I need to make to this board. How soon are you wanting something, maybe I can work something out.

Thanks for your interest


Jassper

I made an official post for this board, you can follow it there.
http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1281902804/0

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