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Does anyone know shat the programming cradle that is in this picture is? Answered



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n the bottom picture, what is the white board that has slots for microcontrollers?

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kelseymh

Best Answer 7 years ago

Google is always your friend. Less than 15 seconds to find it (provided you've got the right keywords, in this case AVR EPROM programmer). It's the one in the lower left of the first "page" of results, an Atmel STK500.

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orksecuritykelseymh

Answer 7 years ago

Well done. I'm guessing that this would _not_ be useful in programming modern microcontrollers, but I may be wrong about that...?

(Some day I'm going to start a company called "modern modem" just to play on the visual similarity betwen rn and m....)

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kelseymhkelseymh

Answer 7 years ago

It took a few tries to get Google Images to actually let me access the DigiKey site :-(

http://parts.digikey.com/1/parts/405965-programmer-avr-starter-kit-atstk500.html

Looks like it'll cost you about $80; but now you might be able to find the manual online, or even postings from other users.

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orksecurity

7 years ago

Looks to me like a generic PROM/EPROM/EEPROM burner, apparently (judging from the connectors) controlled via a serial port.

It has an AVR logo on it; if you've got a better copy of the photo you may be able to find a model number.