Stand-Alone Arduino Bootloader Programmer V3 for Atmega328P


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New Version 3

Our Stand-Alone Arduino Bootloader Programmer V3 for Atmega328P installs the Arduino UNO Bootloader on a blank or prior used ATmega328P-PU microcontroller.

Just connect a USB power supply to the programming device (USB Type C port), insert a blank or already used Atmega328P-PU microcontroller, and press the start button. After about 6 seconds the Arduino UNO Bootloader is installed on the chip.

You can use the programmed chip on an Arduino UNO R3 module with DIP-Socket, your breadboard Arduino project, or any other project which requires an “Arduino Chip”.

In contrast to other programming methods, our CANADUINO programmer neither requires a computer nor another Arduino board for programming.

It is a stand-alone device! The USB port is only for power supply.

The programmer gives you notifications about the success or failure of the programming process (with LEDs and a buzzer).

The bootloader will be installed for a standard Arduino UNO R3 development boards (5V, 16MHz external clock source).

The Stand-Alone Arduino Bootloader Programmer V3 for Atmega328P is a ready-to-go assembled and tested module. A USB-C cable (link) for the power supply is sold separately.

Additional information

Weight 0.024 kg
Dimensions 100 × 40 × 17 mm






2 reviews for Stand-Alone Arduino Bootloader Programmer V3 for Atmega328P

  1. 5 out of 5

    Corey (verified owner)

    I’ve used this device several times, and it worked flawlessly! So much easier than doing it the other arduino/jumpers method. I could wish they sold the adapters to work with other packages, but they can be found.

  2. 5 out of 5


    This is a great product. I had 75 ATMega328P dip chips to program and fuses had to also be set. The IDE method took several minutes per chip and then I still had to upload the sketch to them. With this stand alone bootloader the process took 5 seconds per chip to get it ready for the sketch.

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