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Raspberry Pi based standalone ZIF Socket AVR Programmer
Program AVR chips with one click of a button:
You designed a piece of hardware around an AVR microcontroller, maybe the popular ATmega328. I love this powerful and inexpensive chip. Many projects use it, maybe because it is also the core of the even more popular Arduino UNO.
If you produce your new design two or three times, you flash your AVRs straight from your workstation. If you make 1,000, your distributor will gladly flash them for you. But what if you want, say, 50?
This project gives you all the parts to make a standalone, easy to use AVR programmer. It is Open Source, released under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, and it borrows from many other Open Source designs, including Sparkfun’s Pi AVR Programmer HAT.
Learn more and make your own at https://github.com/eeproto/PiAVRProg