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Development system Atmel AVR STK500

Atmel » ATSTK500, STK500

Main Features of Kit or Board
Base componentAtmel
Category, bit8-bit
Supported familiesAVR8-bit
Board peripherals
  • RS-232 driver
  • ISP
  • user buttons
  • user LEDs

The Atmel AVR STK500 is a starter kit and development system for Atmel's AVR Flash microcontrollers. The STK500 gives designers a quick start to develop code on the AVR combined with features for using the starter kit to develop prototypes and test new designs. The STK500 interfaces with AVR Studio, Atmel's Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for code writing and debugging.

Expansion cards are available for the different AVR sub-families and larger devices.



  • AVR Studio Operated
  • Serial In-System Programming
  • In-System Programming in External Target Systems
  • Parallel and Serial High-voltage Programming
  • RS-232 Interface to PC
  • Sockets for 8-, 20-, 28-, and 40-pin AVR Devices
  • Flexible Clocking, Voltage and Reset System
  • LEDs and Push Buttons for Experimentation
  • All AVR I/O Ports Easily Accessible through Pin Header Connectors
  • Spare RS-232 Driver and Connector
  • Upgrades are done from AVR Studio
  • Expansion Connectors for Plug-in Modules and Prototype Areas
  • Target Voltage 1.8 – 6.0V
  • Supply Voltage 9 – 12V

Kit contents:

  • STK500 starter kit evaluation board
  • Cables for STK500:
    • (2 pcs) 10-wire cables for I/O ports and parallel mode programming
    • (1 pc) 6-wire cable for In-System Programming
    • (4 pcs) 2-wire cable for UART and DataFlash connections
  • 9-pin RS-232 cable
  • DC power cable
  • Atmel CD-ROM with datasheets and software
  • AT90S8515-8PC sample microcontroller
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