August 14, 2013

New Product - USBasp ICSP Programmer for AVR / Arduino

If you find yourself flashing Arduino bootloaders onto various boards, working with AVR-based projects or uploading firmware to various projects - then you'll need our new USBasp - the USB in-circuit programmer for Atmel AVR controllers. Based on the original design by Thomas Fischel, it's fully compatible with the Arduino IDE and all three major operating systems, using the USBasp is a cinch.

You can select 3.3V or 5V target voltages, supply power to your project via the USBasp and even update the firmware on board yourself.  Furthermore we've included the ICSP cable and microUSB cable to it's ready to use out of the box. 

 For more information including our Getting Started guide, design information and to order - please visit the USBasp product page. And to keep up with product announcements, we're on twitter and Google+ - so follow us for news and product updates as well. 


Nobby Clarke said:

I have just purchased the USBasp AVR ICSP programmer. Problem is I cannot download the driver as per the instruction on the tutorial as my Norton antiviris stops the installation with a message that it is a suspicious application. Have you a fix for this yet.


Jonathan Oxer said:

Hi Nobby, it sounds like you’ll need to tell Norton Anti-Virus to allow the installation. There’s nothing we can do if your computer is blocking the installation.

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