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Arduino Uno Rev3 
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Post Arduino Uno Rev3
I found arduino uno rev3 19euros at
does anyone have bought anything from this shop?

Thu Apr 04, 2013 7:49 am

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Post Re: Arduino Uno Rev3
Did you mean It seems to be down (for me at least), but seems reputable. It's by Jameco, which other people have recommended.

Sat Jun 01, 2013 9:57 pm

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Post Re: Arduino Uno Rev3
hello folks - just to change the subject - slightly.!!

How do I program my arduino UNO R3 - so that it becomes a proper ISP.... so that I don't have to build up an AVRISP..????

I am sure that it can be done.... like whilst I borrow an AVRISPMKii programmer...

So has anyone - got some code - that deletes the bootloader.... - and puts just solid - rock solid code into the UNO R3 ... so that I can connect to the SPI connector - and go out to another board, like another UNO R3 .... and then - I can connect the USB port of the first UNO... (the programmer.)... and that to my PC... and use either AVRDUDE, or - FLOWCODE5(AVR)....!

I need to make one of the UNO I have into a solid AVR programmer.... so that I can produce programmed chips - for my project....

I read read - that you can turn your arduino into an ISP - but shit man - it does not work....!!!!

you still need the bootloader in the target chip...!!!

So can anyone help me - I would really appreciate it...

My Very Kindest Regards
south africa...

Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:54 pm
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