Minimus

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Minimus[1] is an AT90USB162 based USB Key. It has an AVR with hardware USB, a DFU bootloader, 2 LEDs and a Button. A number of them were bought by uk hackspace members in February 2012.

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Minimus as an AVR

It is supported by the LUFA[2] (Lightweight USB Framework for AVR) Software Stack, Which is C based, and supported by GCC-AVR.

Programming the minimus is done through the use of Atmel FUSE (in windows) or using dfu-programmer Under osx and linux.

Bob has prepared the following cheat sheet, showing the pinout of all the minimus' extra features

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In addition, Alan has some code that hooks the Minimus USART into ARR-libc so you can use the USART for debug statements etc, and it also provides a 1 millisecond clock tick. See the ABAVR[3] project on SourceForge.

Minimus as an Arduino

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