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This is the documentation page for the FTDI-atmega PCB.
The FTDI-atmega PCB has an USB connector and a 20-pin IO connector. The brains of the PCB is an ATmega168 chip.
This section describes how you get your program into the processor.
The 20 pin connector is connected as follows
- led1 is connected to VCC
- led2 is connected to CBUS0 (FT232RL)
- led3 is connected to CBUS1 (FT232RL)
- led4 is connected to PC5
- led5 is connected to PC4
The chip is an ATmega168. http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2545.pdf