Features:Programs Both Flash and EEPROM, Supports Fuses and Lock Bit Programming
IC Product Type:In-Circuit Programmer
Interface Type:ISP, PDI, TPI
MPU Supported Families:AVR
Programmer Type:In-System Programmer
SVHC:No SVHC (16-Jun-2014)
In-System Programmer used for AVR Flash Microcontrollers
The ATAVRISP2 is an in-system programmer. AVR ISP mkII is used for field upgrades of AVR flash microcontrollers. The Atmel AVRISP mkII combined with Atmel studio can program all Atmel AVR 8bit RISC microcontrollers with ISP, PDI or TPI Interface. This tool is used for field upgrades of Atmel 8bit AVR microcontrollers with ISP or PDI interfaces. Using the included AVR Studio software, designers can program tinyAVR and megaAVR devices using the ISP Interface, tinyAVR devices using the TPI interface, and AVR XMEGA devices using the PDI Interface. The AVR Studio online-help contains the most current information and a complete list of supported devices.
Programs both flash and EEPROM
Supports fuses and lock bit programming
Upgradeable for future device support
Supports target voltages from 1.8V to 5.5V
Adjustable ISP programming speed (50Hz to 8MHz SCK frequency)
USB 2.0 compliant (full speed, 12Mbps)
Powered from USB, does not require external power supply
Target interface protection
Short circuit protection
Atmel Studio compatible and Supports all Atmel AVR devices with ISP, PDI or TPI interface
Atmel AVRISP mkII, USB cable, Atmel technical library CD ROM with datasheets, application notes and software.
Atmel Studio and the USB driver must be installed before the AVRISP mkII is connected to the computer.
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