Stand-Alone Arduino Bootloader Programmer for Atmega328P MCU

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Description

This device installs an Arduino UNO Bootloader on a blank or prior used ATmega328P-PU microcontroller.

Connect a USB power supply to the programming device (Mini-USB port), insert a blank or already used microcontroller, and press the start button. After just about 5 seconds the Arduino UNO Bootloader is installed on the chip.

Now you can use the chip on an Arduino UNO R3 development board with DIP-Socket, your breadboard installation, or any other project which requires an “Arduino Chip”.

In contrast to other programming methods does our CANADUINO programmer neither require a computer nor another Arduino board for programming.

The programmer gives you notifications about the success or failure of the programming (with LEDs and buzzer).

The bootloader which will be installed is for standard Arduino UNO R3 development boards (5V, 16MHz external clock source).

This product includes a fully tested programmer; a Mini-USB cable (link) is sold separately.

Since we test every module by programming a blank chip with it before we ship it, we can guarantee that every device works perfectly the moment it leaves our warehouse.

Additional information

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4260474030163

MPN

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Manufacture

UNIVERSAL-SOLDER

Model Number

4260474030163

Brand

CANADUINO

Manufacturer

UNIVERSAL-SOLDER

2 reviews for Stand-Alone Arduino Bootloader Programmer for Atmega328P MCU

  1. Corey (verified owner)

    I’ve used this device several times, and it worked flawlessly! So much easier than doing it the other arduino/jumpers method. I could wish they sold the adapters to work with other packages, but they can be found.

  2. jpruitt67

    This is a great product. I had 75 ATMega328P dip chips to program and fuses had to also be set. The IDE method took several minutes per chip and then I still had to upload the sketch to them. With this stand alone bootloader the process took 5 seconds per chip to get it ready for the sketch.

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