Did you know that you can begin prototyping with AVR® microcontrollers (MCUs) in just three easy steps? Follow this guide to get started quickly.
Microchip Studio is an easy-to-use integrated development environment (IDE) for writing, developing and debugging all AVR microcontroller applications.
Those already familiar with our MPLAB X IDE can use it to program and debug AVR devices – adding a layer of versatility to your development toolset.
Atmel START is an innovative online tool for intuitive, graphical configuration of embedded software projects. The tool is platform independent and can generate project files for both Microchip Studio 7 and MPLAB X IDE.
Curiosity Nano Development Boards are a rapid prototyping and evaluation platform for AVR MCUs. These low-cost evaluation kits can be customized using a wide range of expansion boards and integrate seamlessly with both Microchip Studio and MPLAB X IDE.
Featuring a low-power-capacity AVR core and intelligent hardware peripherals, the ATmega4809 MCU is engineered for real-time control. Use the ATmega4809 Curiosity Nano Development Board to create reliable designs with reduced overall system response time.
You can easily plug different Curiosity Nano boards into the Curiosity Nano Base for Click boards™, which allows you to try out different MCUs without redesigning your hardware. The three on-board mikroBUS™ sockets make it simple to add MikroElektronika Click boards to expand the features and functionality of your design
Did you know there is a developer community for AVR MCU users? Users worldwide are constantly discussing new topics and inventions using AVR MCUs. Be a part of the communities, participate in discussions, and get valuable feedback on any issue you may have through the AVR Freaks discussion forums.
A wide variety of application notes are available on every product page. These documents, written by technical experts, show you how you can take your embedded design further.
Tune in to our Livestreams for a unique opportunity to discover how you can use your MCU more effectively, learn insider tips/tricks and get your questions answered by Microchip engineers, all live—or, as we like to say, in real time.
Take your first steps through AVR programming with a Microchip technical
expert. In this series, you’ll begin by learning how to import
examples, and eventually move on to opening your own project and
implementing advanced AVR capabilities. Getting STARTed with AVR series offers a quick, yet thorough introduction to AVR.
From the core to the peripherals, AVR Insights dives into different features of AVR MCUs. Learn how you can enhance your embedded
design by following along with the examples posted in each video description.