Kanda has taken the AVR Dragon programmer and emulator and created enhanced AVR development kits. As well as all necessary cables and instructions, AVR development board, books, software and sample code are all included in the package.
Kanda has added a new standalone PIC microcontroller programmer to their handheld programmer range. These new programmers can store up to 32 different programs with different PIC microcontrollers, and have a LCD and simple keypad to make program selection easy. Once loaded from PC, they are completely portable and include a battery charger.
Kanda.com have released their popular AVRISP software for free download. This AVR microcontroller programming software supports all Windows OS and released AVR microcontrollers. It also includes plugins for AVRStudio development environment.
The extremely popular STK200 AVR Microcontroller Starter Kit from Kanda.com has been re-launched with a new USB programmer and USB JTAG Emulator. These USB tools are also available separately for existing users – 50,000 – to upgrade.
CAN-based networks require special cable connections. Special adapters are also required for the purpose of integrating PCs. This can sometimes incur considerable costs. To solve this problem, Kanda is offering CAN2LAN router software for the SSV embedded devices server modules, making it possible to transfer any kind of data over TCP/IP-based Ethernet LANs in a transparent way. The CAN2LAN solution involves the interconnection of two CAN networks via an existing Ethernet LAN.
Kanda.com has increased its portfolio of embedded design and development tools by including a range of Universal Programmers from Chinese manufacturer, Wellon, who has been producing programmers for 20 years.
PIC-MU-BETA is a Real-Time In-Circuit Emulator for the most popular 6-pin to 18-pin Microchip PIC® microcontrollers. It offers many professional level features for a very low price. It is designed to ease your development of PIC applications. It is also extremely useful as an educational tool.
Kanda has added a PIC microcontroller version to its range of Serial EEPROM and AVR microcontroller Handheld programmers. The key feature is that they have one button and one LED. This means that they are easy to use - just plug it into a target circuit and when the button is pressed a green light means successful programming and a red light means try again.