When I do in-circuit programming with SP12
(http://www.xs4all.nl/~sbolt/e-spider_prog.html ) it usually takes closer
to 10 seconds to fully program an ATMega32. I try to stay away from the
commercial programmers, as they're usually overpriced.
I haven't timed it, but I've got a project which I am prototyping on
the STK500, using an ATmega32L, and it takes significantly less than
one minute to program the entire chip. That is serial programming
mode, with the chip on the STK500 board (not really ISP, but should be
the same speed).
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