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Atmel STK500as an Arduino dev board

How to configure an Atmel STK500 as an Arduino-based development system.

When done, You have and STK500 running Arduino with the added advantage of pushbuttons and LEDs on board plus variable power supply (useful when working with 3.3V external sensors) and variable Analog Reference (AREF). The Analog Reference Voltage can be controlled with the “Connect” dialog box. Target Supply voltage can be controlled there also.

Link: The Atmel STK500 EVB as an Arduino development board

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