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Learning kit with multiple microcontroller support

89S52 And Avr Kit Enlarg
Wow, this looks like a pretty good kit to get started with AVR microcontrollers… –

  • Designed for working professionals, students and product development companies
  • E-Learning Tutorial and Book is provided along with this kit.
  • As you start working with this, you will never feel to attend any trainings beacuse it is simple to use and all concepts are explained in simple words using tutorial and book.
  • Kit includes a 89S51, 89S52, ATmega8, ATmega16, ATmega32 In-circuit Programmer. You need not to buy a seperate programmer.
  • No ZIF Sockets. No hassle of inserting and removing microcontroller to program.
  • In-circuit programming reduces development time as you need not to move microcontroller.
  • Interfacing board includes Switches, Relays, LEDs for testing, 7 Segment Displays, 16 X 2 LCD, ADC, Motor Driver, RS232, EEPROM, etc.”

Atmel 89S51, 89S52, AVR Self Learning Kit – [via] – Link.

The company is in India, looks like it’s 4600 rupee.

Related:

  • Getting started with 8 bit AVR microcontrollers – Link.
  • Build a $19 AVR Butterfly MP3 player – Link.
  • POV (Persistence of vision) using AVR – Link.

6 thoughts on “Learning kit with multiple microcontroller support

  1. I’m still a fan of the Olimex AVR Kits at Sparkfun.com
    Just Buy:
    Development Terminal – ATMega128
    AVR In Circuit Emulator with USB Interface

    Download the free (as in beer and speech) WinAVR package:
    http://winavr.sourceforge.net/

    and the free Procyon AVRlib package
    http://seasight.dforge.cse.ucsc.edu/details/data_acquisition/ATmega128/avrlib/

    And you have an exceedingly powerful learning kit under $100 with buttons, 2 Line LCD, Buzzer, LED, and Relays.

    The Best Part is that the kit is sufficent for may real world professional projects as well

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