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Programmer Turns Raspberry Pi CPU Into a Button

Making cool projects on the Raspberry Pi is more often than not the whole point of having one. The single-board computer’s 40 GPIO pins make it possible to attach a seemingly endless selection of external sensors, buttons and more but maker Mcllrn decided this was no longer necessary. Using nothing more than the CPU by itself, Mcllrn has managed …

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Raspberry Pi mini PC transformed into an MCU programmer using LEMPA

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts may be interested in a new project called LEMPA or the LEan Mean Programming mAchine, created by developer Roey Benamotz. A custom PCB that contains all the relevant connections required to program a ATMega328 (including external oscillator), ATTiny, ESP8266, Arduino mini pro or any other ATMega controller via connector. The LEMPA is …

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SPD3303X / SPD3303X-E SERIES PROGRAMMABLE DC POWER SUPPLY

Product Overview Siglent’s SPD3000X Series Programmable Linear DC Power Supply has a 4.3 inch TFT-LCD display, supports Remote Programming and has a Real Time Wave Display. The ‘3000X family has three isolated outputs; two adjustable channels and one selectable channel from 2.5v, 3.3V, and 5V. It also has output short and overload protection and can be used …

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Raspberry Pi Stand-Alone Programmer

Introduction With the power of Raspberry Pi, Python, avrdude, a custom HAT with cable adapter, we developed our own spin on AVR programming that turned out pretty darn robust. In addition to creating a stand alone solution, it was a great experiment to learn more about running a Raspberry Pi “headless”, auto-launching python modules on …

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AVR/Arduino ISP programmer using the Raspberry Pi GPIOs

Introduction As a fully-featured Linux computer there are many external programmers that can be used with your Raspberry Pi to program the Atmel AVR range of microprocessors. It’s also possible to use the general purpose input/output lines (GPIOs) found on the Raspberry Pi to implement an ISP programmer with minimal extra hardware. I say “with …

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