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ATmega4809

The ATmega4809 is a microcontroller featuring the 8-bit AVR® processor with hardware multiplier - running at up to 20MHz and with up to 48 KB Flash, 6 KB SRAM and 256 bytes of EEPROM in 48-pin packages. The series uses the latest Core Independent Peripherals with low power features. Including Event System, intelligent analog and advanced peripherals.

Quad Electronic Fuse

“Protect your circuits with a powerful and resettable E-Fuse when handling circuits with high current batteries. Recently I purchased a Infineon High-Side-Switch Shield with PROFET +2 12V BTS7002-1EPP from element14 after seeing the Electronic Fuse project published by the …

Project  breadWare

breadWare

“A jumperless breadboard breadWare is a prototyping tool where jumper connections can be made by sending commands from a computer instead of placing physical wires. The onboard ATmega4809 can also read and write any analog (±9V) voltage to anywhere on …

Project  Z80-mbc3

Z80-mbc3

“A 2021 revision of the original MBC design by Fabio Defabis with disk emulation on microSD. Runs CP/M + applications with a VT100 terminal. The Z80-MBC3 is a single board computer available as a kit. It can be assembled …

Minimal ATmega4809 on a Breadboard

“This article shows how you can build a minimal microcontroller on a breadboard based on the ATmega4809, the microprocessor used in the latest AVR-based Arduino boards It includes a USB-to-serial converter so you can connect it to your …