Received today from www.olimex.cl (Chile). Two Arduino Shields for the Wiznet WIZ610wi wireless ethernet module.
Archive for January, 2011
Getting the bootloader in the standalone 9DOF Shield. From within Bascom-AVR have loaded the HEX-file for the Atmega328, 8 Mhz and programmed it through a ICSP cable. After that have altered the fusebit to have the microcontroller go to the bootloader after startup. Also changed the Divide Clock by 8 to have it run on 8 Mhz. After that disconnected the ICSP cable and started Arduino to program a small BLINK example. Worked pretty well. The bootloader-hex file can be found in:
Started to assemble an Arduino Mega 9DOF Bluetooth shield, but standalone. So no Arduino needed. Just one single board. With an Atmega328p and a FT232RL. First test oke, have programmed it with a small testprogramma, having the LED on PORTB.5 blink. Next step is to put an Arduino bootloader it in and adjust the fusebits.