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USB AVR programmer

USB AVR Programmer

Breadboard adapter for the USBasp AVR Programmer

USBasp Breadboard Breakout Adapter

ST Link v2 for STM32 and STM8 microcontrollers top view of all components

ST-Link v2 STM32 and STM8 Programmer

STM32F0 microcontroller and interface board top view

STM32 M0 MCU and Interface to Breadboard

Serial to USB converter with Micro USB cable

USB to Serial Converter

Thumbnail: Crystal Oscillator 18.432 MHz for UART

18.432 MHz Crystal Oscillator 18pf 30ppm

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22 pF Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor

Thumbnail: Quartz crystal oscillator - 16 MHz

16 MHz Crystal Oscillator 20 pF Through Hole


Beginning Microcontrollers Tutorial DVD for AVR Microcontrollers

Microcontroller Tutorial DVD
Microcontroller Tutorial DVD


All of the 49 tutorials from Patrick Hood-Daniel in DVD form.


You will receive a DVD that includes all 49 video tutorials on how to begin with Microcontrollers. This includes over 15 hours of in-depth tutorials.

Beginning Microcontrollers Tutorial


Learn about the Beginning Microcontrollers Tutorial DVD for AVR Microcontrollers

Description and physical view of the 8 pins of PORTB on the Atmel AVR Atmega32 microcontroller.
The power pins of for the Atmega32, Atmega324A, Atmega324P and other pin compatible AVR microcontrollers are located at pin 10 (VCC) and pin 11 (GND).
The power requirements for the the two microcontrollers (Atmega32 and Atmega324): Atmega32 - 4.5v to 5.5v Atmega324A - 1.8v to 5.5v (a much broader range of voltages) Atmega324P - 2.7v to 5.5v
Introduction to the Atmel Atmega32 AVR microcontroller and the pin assignments (what each pin of the chip does). The pins include PORTs (PORTA, PORTB, PORTC and PORTD) and 8 pins for each port, ADC (...
The goal of this video is to show you how to program ATmega32A chip using AVR USB Programmer Video Courtesy of Youtube Channel: BinaryUpdates