Yet another tutorial on how to program a standalone ATmega 328P using an Arduino as the ISP. What's tricky is setting the fuses of a factory new ATmega 328P (unless you go for the Arduino defaults).

This project provides the Fritzing project file for the final circuit in the tutorial at the blog "Void Your Warranty". I am also including the parts decription file of an ATmega 328P in the PDIP-28 package in which both the original Atmel pin labels as well as the Arduino style pin labels [in brackets] are displayed when you hoover the mouse over the pins.

 

This project is merely a placeholder in order to link to the tutorial. Since I have the Fritzing files and some people might find them useful, I can as well post them here.

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matoudegarde 1 month, 1 week ago

Hi! I would be happy to use your Fritzing files for my ATMega arduino projects. Cheers