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8051 & AVR combo programmer?

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by Bill Stock, Jan 25, 2005.

  1. Bill Stock

    Bill Stock Guest

    Can someone recommend an MCS-51 and AVR programmer? I've seen the etteam
    mentioned here, but their website seems to be in Thai? Do they sell direct
    or have a distributor other than Futrelec?

    I actually purchased a USB powered 89xxxx ISP on eBay for $5 to get me
    started. It came with 2 chips, cable, Zif and CD, so I can get started.
    Since it's an ISP programmer (with socket), why couldn't I program some AVRs
    with it? I gather the pin assignments must be different?
     
    Bill Stock, Jan 25, 2005
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    mc Guest

    Two programmers may actually be cheaper than one...
     
    mc, Jan 25, 2005
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    Tim Mitchell Guest

    I use the Galep 4 which will program just about anything DIL, and other
    stuff with adaptors, www.conitec.de. It is 200 pounds in the UK. I don't
    know how available it is worldwide though.
     
    Tim Mitchell, Jan 27, 2005
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