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Little Wire beta V1.1 firmware and software released

Posted on Monday, July 30th, 2012 in AVR by DP

Kehribar released the v1.1 beta firmware and software for the Little Wire AVR multi-tool. He added support for the 1-wire protocol, made the I2C, SPI, and the AVR debug console interfaces more robust. Other features include new 3 channel pulse-width modulator, software controlled internal pullup resistors, andPIC24F series programming capability.

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2 Responses to “Little Wire beta V1.1 firmware and software released”

  1. FourthDr says:

    Nice work! :-) When will you include the kitchen sink?? :-D Now I’ll have to update my little wire’s firmware! ;-)

  2. Hi!

    Pic24FJ series programming capability is very limited to certain devices and hasn’t been tested other than me yet. Please if you have the environment, confirm that it is working also. I verified a flash writing operation with a Pickit2 and it was OK, but anyway i can’t call it quite stable yet :) Think it as a bonus feature.

    Also, as you might guess, it is not very speed efficient as well :) It takes almost a minute to flash the BusPirate firmware. :)

    ihsan.

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