mikroLAB for AVR
The MikroLab for AVR is a complete development solution designed for users to exploit the possibilities of AVR microcontrollers in-depth. This essential toolkit is a collection of an EasyAVR v7 board, a MikroC for AVR compiler license, and lots of accessories.
The EasyAVR v7 development board supports a total of 64 AVR (AT, ATmega, and ATtiny) microcontrollers from Atmel. It also includes a free licence for VisualGLCD, a GUI design tool for GLCD displays.
Invented by Alf-Egil Bogen and Vegard Wollan, AVR was built with an intention to build an architecture that could resourcefully execute codes written in C. In 1997, the first AVR microcontroller was introduced with the help of these two Norwegian students by acquiring the IP. Almost 500 million units were already shipped by the end of 2003.
The DIP-packaged AVR chip can fit on the EasyAVR v7 board (8, 14, 20, 28, and 40 pins socket available) provided in the mikroLab for AVR kit. Optimized to reduce time to market, the Atmel AVR 8-bit and 32-bit microcontrollers are designed to deliver low power consumption, design flexibility, and high performance. .
- EasyAVR v7 development board (1)
- MikroC compiler for AVR: installation on USB flash + license activation card (1)
- Visual TFT software: installation on USB flash + license activation card (1)
- EasyPROTO board (1)
- SmartPROTO board (1)
- EasyTEST board (1)
- PROTO Click Board (1)
- Character LCD 2x16 with blue backlight (1)
- Graphic LCD 128x64 with TouchPanel (1)
- Plastic Stylus for TouchPanel (1)
- DS1820 Temperature Sensor (1)
- Wire Jumpers Female to Female (15cm length) (10)
- Wire Jumpers Male to Male (15cm length) (10)
- Wire Jumpers Female to Male (15cm length) (10)