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Software
Atmel Studio 7.0
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Introduction
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Atmel Studio is the integrated development platform from Atmel . It provides
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a modern and powerful environment for doing AVR and ARM development.
Get started by exploring the included example projects. Run your solution on
a starter or evaluation kit. Program and debug your project with the included
simulator, or use one of the powerful on-chip debugging and programming
tools from Atmel. Get productive with the various navigate, refactor and
intellisense features in the included editor.
With strong extension possibilities and online gallery, it is possible for both
designers and 3rd party to provide plug-ins and customize the environment
for best use and productivity.
Atmel Studio carries and integrates the GCC toolchain for both AVR and
ARM, Atmel Software Framework, AVR Assembler and Simulator. All newest
Atmel tools are supported including Power Debugger, Atmel-ICE,
Embedded Debugger, AVR ONE!, JTAGICE mkII, JTAGICE3, STK500,
STK600, QT600, AVRISP mkII, AVR Dragon™, and SAM-ICE™.
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Table of Contents
Introduction......................................................................................................................1
1. New and Noteworthy................................................................................................. 3
1.1.
1.2.
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Atmel Studio 7.0........................................................................................................................... 3
Atmel Studio 6.2 Service Pack 2.................................................................................................. 3
Atmel Studio 6.2 Service Pack 1.................................................................................................. 4
1.4.
1.5.
1.6.
1.7.
1.8.
1.9.
1.10.
Atmel Studio 6.2........................................................................................................................... 4
Atmel Studio 6.1 Update 2............................................................................................................5
Atmel Studio 6.1 Update 1.1........................................................................................................ 5
Atmel Studio 6.1 Update 1............................................................................................................5
Atmel Studio 6.1........................................................................................................................... 5
Atmel Studio 6.0........................................................................................................................... 5
AVR Studio 5.1............................................................................................................................. 6
2. Frequently Asked Questions......................................................................................7
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
2.5.
Compatibility with legacy AVR software and third-party products...............................................11
Atmel Studio Interface................................................................................................................ 11
Performance Issues....................................................................................................................12
Driver and USB Issues............................................................................................................... 13
Other Issues............................................................................................................................... 17
3. Installation................................................................................................................18
4. Extensions............................................................................................................... 19
5. Features and Bugs.................................................................................................. 20
6. Device Support........................................................................................................ 28
6.1.
6.2.
Packs..........................................................................................................................................28
Device Notes.............................................................................................................................. 81
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New and Noteworthy
New features available.
1.1.
Atmel Studio 7.0
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Updated to Visual Studio Isolated Shell 2015.
Integration with Atmel Start.
– This tool will help you select and configure software components, drivers, middleware and
example projects to tailor your embedded application in a usable and optimized manner.
New device support system, CMSIS Pack compliant.
Data Visualizer, used for processing and visualizing data.
Updated help system, improved context sensitive help.
Atmel Software Framework version 3.27.3. ASF is an extensive software library of software stacks
and examples.
A major upgrade of the Visual Assist extension to Atmel Studio that assists with reading, writing,
refactoring, navigating code fast.
Import Arduino Sketch projects into Atmel Studio.
Support for Flip-compatible bootloaders in atprogram and programming dialogue. The connected
device appears as a tool.
AVR8 GCC Toolchain 3.5.0 with upstream versions1:
– gcc 4.9.2
– Binutils 2.25
– avr-libc 1.8.0svn
– gdb 7.8
AVR32 GCC Toolchain 3.4.3 with upstream versions1:
– gcc 4.4.7
– Binutils 2.23.1
– Newlib 1.16.0
ARM GCC Toolchain 4.9.3 with upstream versions1:
– gcc 4.9 (revision 221220)
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Binutils 2.24
gdb 7.8.0.20150304-cvs
Atmel Studio 6.2 Service Pack 2
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Atmel Software Framework 3.21.0
Added support for the ATSAML21 device family
Added support for the ATSAMV7 device family, based on the ATM Cortex-M7 core
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For more information, see the readme that is installed as part of the toolchain.
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1.3.
1.4.
Atmel Studio 6.2 Service Pack 1
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Atmel Software Framework 3.19.0
AVR8 Toolchain 3.4.5 with upstream versions:
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– GCC 4.8.1
– Binutils 2.41
– avr-libc 1.8.0svn
– gdb 7.8
AVR32 Toolchain 3.4.2 with upstream versions:
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– GCC 4.4.7
– Binutils 2.23.1
ARM GCC Toolchain 4.8.4 with upstream versions:
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– GCC 4.8.4
– Binutils 2.23.1
– gdb 7.8
Support for trace buffers for ARM (MTB) and AVR32 UC3 (NanoTrace)
Support for attaching to targets
Atmel Studio 6.2
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Atmel Software Framework 3.17.0
AVR 8 Toolchain 3.4.4 (with upstream GCC 4.8.1)
AVR 32 Toolchain 3.4.2 (with upstream GCC 4.4.7)
ARM GCC Toolchain 4.8.3
Support for Atmel-ICE
Support for Xplained Mini
Support for data breakpoints
Read OSCCAL calibration for tinyAVR and megaAVR
Create ELF production files for AVR8 using the programming dialogue
Live Watch
Nonintrusive trace support for SAM3 and SAM4 family of devices including
– Interrupt trace and monitoring
– Data trace
– Free RTOS awareness
– Statistical code profiling
Polled Data trace support for Cortex M0+
Default debugger for SAM devices is now GDB. GDB does in some scenarios handle debugging of
optimized code better
Support to create a GCC Board project (Atmel board\User board) for ALL the installed versions of
ASF
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1.5.
Atmel Studio 6.1 Update 2
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Atmel Software Framework 3.9.1
Extension Development Kit (XDK). Support for packaging an Embedded Application project into an
Atmel Gallery Extension.
Support for SAM D20 and SAM4N devices
ARM GCC Toolchain 4.7.3 with experimental newlib-nano and multilibs
Atmel Studio 6.1
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Fix programming of boot section for xmega devices introduced in 6.1 update 1
Fix SAM4LSP32 barebone project setup
Atmel Studio 6.1 Update 1
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Support for SAM D20 devices on the JTAGICE3
Atmel Software Framework 3.11.0
Atmel Studio 6.1 Update 1.1
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New ASF Board Wizard, to Add or Remove Board Project Template
Improved loading time of New Example Project dialog, by loading only one ASF version by default
IDR events now gets displayed in a separate pane in the output window
LSS file syntax highlighting
Support for Embedded Debugger platform
Support for Xplained Pro kits
Atmel Software Framework 3.8.0
AVR 8 Toolchain 3.4.2 (with upstream GCC 4.7.2)
AVR 32 Toolchain 3.4.2 (with upstream GCC 4.4.7)
ARM GCC Toolchain 4.7.3
CMSIS 3.20
Updated Visual Assist
Command line utility for firmware upgrade
Stimulus for simulator. Create a stimuli file to write register values while executing simulation.
Atmel Studio 6.0
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Support for Atmel ARM-based MCUs with Atmel SAM-ICE
Atmel Software Framework 3.1.3
AVR Toolchain 3.4.0
ARM Toolchain 3.3.1
Atmel Software Framework Explorer
Support for QTouch Composer as extension
Updated Visual Assist
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New extension gallery
AVR Studio 5.1
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New version of AVR Software Framework (ASF)
Availability and installation of new ASF versions through extension manager, without having to
upgrade Studio 5
Support for side by side versioning of ASF, with the ability to upgrade projects
Syntax highlighting and better debugging support for C++ projects
Support for importing AVR 32 Studio C++ projects
New version of AVR Toolchain
New command line utility (atprogram) with support for all Atmel AVR tools and devices
Enhancements to programming dialog including support for ELF programming
New version of Visual Assist with several enhancements and bugfixes
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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions about Atmel Studio.
What is the Atmel USB
Driver?
The Atmel USB Driver is a cumulative installer that bundles the Jungo
USB driver for the AVR tools and the Segger USB Driver for SAM
tools.
I get an error during
During installation of the Atmel USB Driver Package, you might get the
installation of the Atmel USB error 0x800b010a - A certificate chain could not be built to a trusted
Driver Package.
root authority. This means that the certificate that signs the installer
could not be validated using the certificate authority built in to
Windows.
The reason for not being able to validate the certificate is because the
certificate chain needs to be updated through Windows Update. Make
sure that you have received all updates, so that Windows is able to
validate the certificate.
If you are not able to update your computer due to the computer being
offline or restricted in some way, then the root certificate update can be
downloaded from http://support2.microsoft.com/kb/931125.
Will Atmel Studio 6.2 work in
parallel with Atmel Studio
6.1, Atmel Studio 6.0, AVR
Studio 5.0, 5.1, AVR Studio
4.0 and AVR32 Studio?
Yes, it will work. If you are uninstalling AVR Studio 4.0 or AVR32 Studio
be careful when you manually delete folders or registry entries after
uninstall, as there might be other keys and folders deployed by Atmel
Studio inside the Atmel folder and registry paths.
I have AVR Studio 4 in my
PC. When installing Atmel
Studio it updated the Jungo
USB driver. Will AVR Studio 4
still work?
Yes, it will work. If Jungo driver is already present and its version is
anything less than the new one, then the installer will update the Jungo
driver you already have. The updated Jungo driver is fully compatible
with its previous versions.
During installation the
installer hangs more than 20
minutes while displaying:
"Atmel Studio requires the
following items to be
installed on your computer."
A progress bar is running but
there is no indication about
real progress.
If you have network connectivity that is limited (no internet
connectivity), disconnect the network or disable all the active network
adapters and start installation of Atmel Studio. This happens only on
Windows XP and Windows 2003 based machines.
The Atmel Studio installer
crashes when installing
using the run as option in
Windows XP (any
architecture) with the Protect
my computer... option
enabled.
Do not use the run as option with the Protect my computer... option
enabled. The installer will have read-only access to parts of the registry
and system folders, causing it to malfunction. This is due to the DEP
option enabled by Windows in this mode.
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Atmel Studio and Visual
Studio 2010 SP1 conflicts.
If Atmel Studio is installed on a machine with Visual Studio 2010 SP1,
the following message might be displayed when starting up Atmel
Studio or Visual Studio: "Only some of the Microsoft Visual Studio
2010 products on this computer have been upgraded to Service Pack
1. None will work correctly until all have been upgraded".
Follow the instructions in the error message dialog to resolve the
problem.
Atmel Studio cannot find any
debuggers or programmers
after uninstalling AVR Studio
4.
The AVR Studio 4 installer uninstalls the Jungo USB Driver which is
shared by Atmel Studio. Repairing the Atmel Studio installation might
not reinstall Jungo USB Driver. Download the Atmel USB Driver
installer from the Atmel web and install it.
Atmel Studio cannot find any
debuggers or programmers
when Norton AntiVirus is
running.
Atmel Studio might not show any connected tools if Norton AntiVirus is
running. To make it work make sure Norton AntiVirus allows
atprogram.exe to communicate with Atmel Studio by adding
atbackend.exe as an exception in the Norton AntiVirus allowed
programs. This is the same with any anti-virus program that by default
blocks ports.
Windows shows a message
box with the following
message when attempting to
run Atmel Studio installer:
"Windows cannot access the
specified device, path or file.
You may not have the
appropriate permissions to
access the item. "
This might be caused by an anti-virus program blocking the installation
of the Atmel Studio. We have seen this with the Sophos antivirus
package. Temporarily disable the Sophos service running on the
machine (or any corresponding anti-virus service), and attempt
installation.
After installing and starting
This probably means that your PC does not have Service Pack 3 for
Atmel Studio in Windows XP, Windows XP installed. Install SP3 and then install Atmel Studio again.
the following error is
displayed. "This application
has failed to start because
MSVCR100.dll was not found.
Re-installing the application
may fix this problem."
Atmel Studio takes a very
long time to start, but runs
well in a VM environment.
The Visual Studio shell (and thus Atmel Studio) does a considerable
amount of processing during start-up. Parts of the operations are WPF
operations which benefits greatly by updated graphics libraries and
drivers. Installing the latest graphics driver may give a performance
boost both during normal operation and during start-up.
Verification and
This is a known issue. Due to DPC latency, serial communication can
programming often fails with have buffer overruns on the UART chipset. A workaround which works
a serial port buffer overrun
for most systems is to use an USB to serial adapter.
error message when using
STK500.
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Internet Explorer 6 does not
display user documentation
correctly.
This is a known issue, primarily due to the incompatibility of the version
of HTML used to prepare the help content and the IE6 rendering
engine. Update your browser to a later version of IE to resolve the
issue. This problem is only observed with Windows XP and Windows
Server 2003.
Help Registration fails with
error code 401.
One of the common reasons for this failure is because of an corrupted
Help Store location. The help store location is usually
%SYSTEMDRIVE%\ProgramData\Microsoft\HelpLibrary for Vista or
later machines and it is %SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\All
Users\Application Data for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003
based machines. Clean up this location and try running the installer
again.
When launching from a guest Atmel Studio neither installs under guest account and nor runs under it.
account, the following error
is displayed when starting
Atmel Studio: "Exception has
been thrown by the target of
an invocation".
Can install and run Atmel
Studio from within a Virtual
Machine.
How can I reduce the startup
time of Atmel Studio?
Yes, with simulator there should be no issues. However with physical
devices like debuggers and programmers, the VM must offer support
for physical USB and Serial port connections.
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How to improve studio
performance on Windows XP
or single core systems?
Make sure you have uninstalled unwanted extensions.
Disable Allow Add-in components to load:
2.1.
Go to Tools, Options, Add-in/Macro Security.
2.2.
Then uncheck the Allow Add-in components to load
option.
Disable the startup page:
3.1.
Go to Tools, Options, Environment, Startup, At Startup.
3.2.
Select the Show empty environment option.
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Make sure your system has the latest version of the Windows
Automation API.
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Disable Visual Experience, if you have single core system:
2.1.
Go to Tools, Options, Environment, General.
2.2.
Then uncheck the Automatically adjust visual
experience based on client performance, Enable rich
client visual experience, and Use H/W graphics
acceleration options.
Disable the Editor Track Changes:
3.1.
Go to Tools, Options, Text Editor.
3.2.
Then uncheck the Track Changes option
Disable the Track Active Item in Solution Explorer:
4.1.
Go to Tools, Options, Projects and Solutions, General.
4.2.
Then uncheck the Track Active Item in Solution Explorer
option.
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How to improve studio
performance for any
supported version of
Windows?
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Make sure your system has the latest version of the Windows
Automation API.
Exclude the following directories and files from your antivirus
scanner:
– The Atmel Studio installation directory, and all files and
folders inside it.
– %AppData%\Roaming\Atmel directory, and all files and
folders inside it.
– %AppData%\Local\Atmel directory, and all files and folders
inside it.
– Your project directories.
Visual Studio 10 shell requires a lot of swap space. Increase the
paging file. Also put the system to maximize performance. Both
options are found in the System, Properties, Performance,
Settings menu.
Should I install the latest
Windows Automation API
3.0?
Yes, if your OS is any of the following:
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Windows Server 2003.
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Windows Server 2008.
How can I make sure my
system has the latest
Windows Automation API
3.0?
Your system has the latest Windows Automation API if you have
Windows 7 or Windows 8. Only Windows XP, Windows Vista,
Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 have the old version
of the API. Find the UIAutomationCore.dll file in your system (normally
found in the windows folder) and compare the version number of that
file. The version should be 7.X.X.X. for the new API. The latest API can
be found at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971513.
My Project is large and it
Visual Assist X parses all the files when we opening the existing
takes a long time to open. Is project. You could disable this option:
there any option to avoid this 1. Go to VAssistX, Visual Assist X Options, Performance.
delay?
2. Uncheck the Parse all files when opening the project.
I have the limited RAM size in Press Ctrl+Shift+Alt+F12 twice to force Atmel Studio to garbage
my system and I work long
collect.
hours in the same instance
of Atmel Studio. After some
time, Atmel Studio becomes
slow on my system.
Does Atmel Studio perform
better on multi-core
processors than on singlecore systems?
Yes, Atmel Studio performs better on a multi-core system.
How can I make my projects
build faster?
You can enable parallel build Option from Tools, Options, Builder, GNU
Make, Make Parallel Execution Of Build. This option will enable the
parallel execution feature in the GNU make utility. This option may
cause the build log to be displayed unordered.
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2.1.
Compatibility with legacy AVR software and third-party products
2.1.1.
How do I import external ELF files for debugging?
Use the File→Open object file for debugging.
2.1.2.
How do I reuse my AVR Studio 4 projects with the new Atmel Studio?
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Click the menu File→Import AVR Studio 4 project.
An "Import AVR Studio 4 Project" dialog will appear
Type in the name of your project or browse to the project location by clicking the Browse button of
the APFS File location Tab
Name the new solution resulting from the conversion of your project in the Solution Folder Tab
Click Next.
Atmel Studio will proceed with conversion. Depending on the complexity and specificity of your
project there might be some warnings and errors. They will be shown in the Summary window.
Click Finish to access your newly converted project.
2.2.
Atmel Studio Interface
2.2.1.
How can I start debugging my code? What is the keyboard shortcut for debugging?
Unlike the AVR Studio 4 to build your project, without starting debugging, you should press F7.
If you need to rebuild your project after a change to the source files, press Ctrl Alt F7 .
To Start debugging - press F5.
To open the Debugging Interface without running directly, press the Debug→Start Debugging and
Break menu button, or press F11.
To start a line-by-line debugging press F10, to start an instruction by instruction debugging session press F11.
To run your project without debugging, press the Debug→Start Without Debugging menu button.
2.2.2.
What is a solution?
A solution is a structure for organizing projects in Atmel Studio. The solution maintains the state
information for projects in .sln (text-based, shared) and .suo (binary, user-specific solution options) files.
2.2.3.
What is a project
A project is a logic folder that contains references to all the source files contained in your project, all the
included libraries and all the built executables. Projects allow seamless reuse of code and easy
automation of the build process for complex applications.
2.2.4.
How can I use an external makefile for my project?
The usage of external makefiles and other project options can be configured in the project properties.
Remember that an external makefile has to contain the rules needed by Atmel Studio to work.
2.2.5.
When watching a variable, the debugger says Optimized away.
Most compilers today are what is known as an optimizing compiler. This means that the compiler will
employ a number of tricks to reduce the size of your program, or speed it up.
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This behaviour is usually controlled with the -On switches.
The cause of this error is usually trying to debug parts of code that does nothing. Trying to watch the
variable a in the following example may cause this behaviour.
int main() {
int a = 0;
while (a < 42) {
a += 2;
}
}
The reason for a to be optimized away is obvious as the incrementation of a does not affect any other
part of our code. This example of a busy wait loop is a prime example of unexpected behaviour if you are
unaware of this fact.
To fix this, either lower the optimization level used during compilation, or preferably declare a as
volatile. Other situations where a variable should be declared volatile is if some variable is shared
between the code and a ISR3.
For a thorough walk through of this issue, have a look at Cliff Lawsons excellent tutorial on this issue.
2.2.6.
When starting a debug session, I get an error stating that Debug tool is not set
The reason for this message is that there are no tool capable to debug that are selected for your project.
Go to the Tool project pane and change the to a supported tool.
If the tool you have selected does support debug, then check that the correct interface is chosen and that
the frequency is according to the specification. If the issue persist, try to lower the frequency to a
frequency where programming is stable, and then slowly increase the frequency as long as it keeps
stable.
2.3.
Performance Issues
2.3.1.
Atmel Studio takes a very long time to start on my PC, but runs well in a VM environment. Is there
something I can do with this?
Visual Studio shell (and thus Atmel Studio) uses WPF as a graphics library and does a lot of processing
in the GUI thread. WPF has support for hardware acceleration. Some graphics card drivers does not
utilize this well and spend time in kernel space even when no graphics update is required. Installing the
latest graphics driver may give a performance boost.
2.3.2.
Verification and programming often fails with a serial port buffer overrun error message when
using STK500
This is a known issue. Interrupt DPC latency for serial communication may be disrupted by other drivers,
thus causing buffer overruns on the UART chipset. A workaround which works for most systems is to use
an USB to serial adapter.
2.3.3.
I've connected my tool through an USB hub, and now I get error messages and inconsistent
results while programming and debugging.
Tools and devices should be connected directly to an USB port on your debugging PC. If this is not an
option, you may reduce/eliminate problems by:
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Disconnect any other USB devices connected to the hub.
Switch ports on the USB hub.
Set the tool clock frequency low. E.g. Set JTAG Clock < 600 kHz.
If Use external reset is an option for your tool/device combination, enable this.
Note: Note that the AVR Dragon should be connected through a powered USB hub. This is because the power
supply on the Dragon can be to weak if the motherboard does not provided enough power. If the Dragon
times out or freezes, then the hub might be of to low quality.
2.4.
Driver and USB Issues
2.4.1.
How do I get my tool to be recognized by Atmel Studio?
This should happen automatically, but sometimes the Windows driver does not recognize the tool
correctly. To correct this, you have to check that the tool is listed under the Jungo item in the device
manager in windows. If your tool is not listed, try to find it under Unknown devices. If it lies there, try to
reinstall the driver by double clicking the tool, go under the Driver tab and choose Update Driver. Let
Windows search for the driver, and the driver should be reinstalled and the tool should be displayed under
Jungo. Now, the tool should be usable from Atmel Studio.
2.4.2.
The firmware upgrade process fails or is unstable on a virtualized machine
Most tools will perform a reset when it is asked to switch from normal operation mode to firmware
upgrade mode. This forces the tool to re-enumerate on the USB bus, and the virtualization software may
not reattach to it making your virtualized system with a disconnected tool.
Normal virtualization software supports the idea of USB filters where you set a collection of USB devices
you want to automatically attach to a given guest operating system. Check the manual for your
virtualization solution to see how this is done, or Firmware upgrade fails on VirtualBox on page 14.
2.4.3.
Debugging never breaks under a virtualized machine
Some virtualization solutions have a limit on how many USB endpoints it supports. This may become an
issue if the number of endpoints is lower then the required number for the tool. Usually this causes
programming to work as expected but debug not to work as debug events are transmitted on a higher
endpoint number.
Check with your virtualization software how many endpoints are available, and on other endpoint specific
issues with your virtualization software regarding this.
2.4.4.
No tool is recognized by Atmel Studio, but the driver seems to be working.
On some systems the Jungo driver is known not to activate properly. This can be seen as the WinDriver
unit under Jungo in the device manager in Windows is missing. To remedy this, try the following
1. In your Device Manager, right click on your computer name (the very top item) and choose Add
Legacy Hardware.
2. Click next, and choose to install the hardware manually.
3. Choose the Show All Devices item on the top of the list, and click next.
4. Click the Have Disk button.
5. Navigate to the folder Atmel USB which lies under the install directory for Atmel Studio (typical
location is C:\Program Files (x86)\Atmel\Atmel USB
6. Choose the usb32 or usb64 folder depending on the architecture you are running.
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Inside there should be only one file named windrvr#.inf, where the hash is the revision number for
the driver. Double click this, and click OK and the WinDriver should appear in the list. If you get a
error message, you probably have chosen wrong architecture.
Click next until finished.
Verify that the WinDriver has appeared under Jungo.
The tools should be working straight away, but you may restart your machine if you are still having
problems.
2.4.5.
Firmware upgrade fails on VirtualBox
When doing a firmware upgrade on any tools, the tool needs to be reconnected in another mode than the
one used during regular operation. This causes the tool to be re-enumerated, and can cause the tool to
be disconnected from the VirtualBox instance and returned to the host operating system.
To make the tool connect automatically to the VirtualBox instance, you need to set up a couple of USB
filters. More information on USB filters can be found in the VirtualBox documentation.
Make two filters that are similar to the two shown in Figure 2-1 VirtualBox USB filter on page 14.
Figure 2-1 VirtualBox USB filter
Note that the example in Figure 2-1 VirtualBox USB filter on page 14 is specific for the JTAGICE mkII.
There are one entry for the tool, here the JTAGICE mkII, and one for AVRBLDR which is the firmware
upgrade mode for the tool. The name, serial, Vendor ID and Product ID may be different for your tool, so
change those values accordingly.
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Note: This section contains specifics to VirtualBox. The same logic applies to other virtualization software, but
the steps may differ.
2.4.6.
Common Jungo USB errors
Jungo is the driver stack that is used for older programmers and debuggers, up to the JTAGICE3.
Jungo errors on Windows 10
On Windows 10, Jungo may start failing with 'Internal system error' or 'Invalid license error'. This can
happen on machines that have been upgraded from an earlier version of Windows.
As a workaround, it is possible to change the driver from WinDriver6 (Jungo) to libusb-win32. This will
cause the tool to not work with earlier versions of Atmel Studio and AVR Studio.
To change the driver, we recommend using the Zadig tool available from http://zadig.akeo.ie. The libusbwin32 development kit available from http://sourceforge.net can also do this.
Once the driver is changed, the tool will move from the Jungo node in the Windows Device Manager to
the Atmel USB Devices node.
Common Jungo USB error codes
Table 2-1 Common Jungo USB errors
Error
Cause
Resolution
Internal system error
USB subsystem malfunctions
Reinstall driver and check Driver and USB
Issues on page 13 page
Conflict between read Directional error in data
and write operations
Disconnect and reconnect tool
Data mismatch
Expected and received/sent data
error
Packet size is zero
Sent or received a zero packet
Make sure that you use the latest driver for
your USB controller and latest firmware for
your tool
Insufficient resources
Unable to set up send/receive
buffers due to memory limitation
Free more memory or try to restart your
machine
Error in control data on USB bus
Try connection tool to another USB port
Cause
Resolution
USB descriptor error
Wrong unique ID
Device not found
Wrong unique ID
Timeout expired
Error
2.4.7.
Issues with ARM Compatible Tools
In some rare instances all ARM compatible tools disappears from Atmel Studio. This has been tracked
down to different dll load strategies used in different versions of Windows.
To check that it is a dll load error, try to read out the chip information using atprogram. This can be done
by opening the Atmel Studio command prompt from the Tools menu inside Atmel Studio or from the start
menu. In the command prompt, enter the following command and check that it does not fail.
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atprogram -t <tool> -i <interface> -d <device> info
In the snippet above, replace <tool> with the tool name, e.g. atmelice, samice or edbg. Likewise,
replace interface with the used interface and the device with the full device name, e.g. atsam3s4c.
Invoking the above command should output information about the memory layout, the supply voltage for
the chip and the fuse settings. If it fails, then it is likely a driver issue which is covered by Driver and USB
Issues on page 13.
If atprogram is able to communicate with the device, that means that the issue is most likely a wrong
version of JLinkArm.dll being loaded due to loader precedence. To check this, use the Procmon tool
to check what dll is being loaded.
Download the Procmon tool, open it and configure the filter shown in Figure 2-2 Procmon Filter
Configuration on page 16. Then start Atmel Studio. A couple of seconds after Atmel Studio has started,
one line should become visible showing the path where the dll is being loaded from. It should be loaded
from the atbackend folder inside the Atmel Studio installation directory.
Figure 2-2 Procmon Filter Configuration
If the path of the dll is different, that means that Atmel Studio has picked up the wrong dll, an this dll is
incompatible with the dll that is shipped with Atmel Studio. An example of this is shown in Figure 2-3 Procmon Filter Configuration on page 16.
Figure 2-3 Procmon Filter Configuration
To solve the above issue, we recommend backing up the dll that is being loaded and then replacing it with
the JLinkARM.dll found in the atbackend directory inside the Atmel Studio installation directory. This
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can be done given the assumption that the dll bundled by Atmel Studio is newer than the one that is being
loaded, and the dll is backwards compatible.
Note: Remember to back up the offending JLinkARM.dll before replacing it, as it is not given that it will be
compatible with the program that deployed it.
2.5.
Other Issues
Other issues that might occur.
2.5.1.
Intel Video Driver Issue
Issue relating to debug failing on machines with some versions of the Intel Video Driver.
When starting a debug session, Atmel Studio does nothing. In the output window, the following message
is printed.
Failed to launch. Error code 89710015
This issue relates to the version of the Intel Video Driver. To fix it, go to the Intel web page or the machine
manufacturer and download the latest driver available. After installing and rebooting the machine, debug
should start working again.
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3.
Installation
Installation instructions.
Supported Operating Systems
•
Windows 7
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Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 or higher
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Windows 8 / 8.1
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Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2
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Windows 10
Supported Architectures
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32-Bit (x86)
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64-Bit (x64)
Hardware Requirements
•
Computer that has a 1.6 GHz or faster processor
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RAM
•
– 1 GB RAM for x86
– 2 GB RAM for x64
– An additional 512 MB RAM if running in a Virtual Machine
6 GB of available hard disk space
Downloading and Installing
•
Download the latest Atmel Studio installer
•
Atmel Studio can be run side by side with older versions of Atmel Studio and AVR Studio.
Uninstallation of previous versions is not required.
•
Verify the hardware and software requirements from the "System Requirements" section
•
Make sure your user have local administrator privileges
•
Save all your work before starting, because the installation might prompt you to restart if required
•
Disconnect all Atmel USB/Serial hardware devices
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Double click the installer executable file, follow the installation wizard
•
Once finished, the installer displays an option to Start Atmel Studio after completion. If you
choose to open, then note that Atmel Studio will launch with administrative privileges, since the
installer was either launched as administrator or with elevated privileges.
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4.
Extensions
Short information about the Extension Manager and the extension ecosystem.
Extensions and updates to Atmel Studio are available through the Atmel Gallery. Access it through http://
gallery.atmel.com or use the extension manager in Atmel Studio under the Tools menu.
The set of extensions supporting a given Atmel Studio version may vary. Visit http://gallery.atmel.com to
see which extensions are available for a given version of Atmel Studio. Note that at the time of the
release of a new version of Atmel Studio not all extensions have been ported from the previous version.
Atmel Studio does not automatically reinstall extensions installed on previous versions of Atmel Studio.
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5.
Features and Bugs
New Features
AVRSV-3139: A STK600 card
stack error must generate a
popup message.
In case of error about STK600 routing card, there are no popup
message in Device Programming tool.
AVRSV-6118: NanoTrace not
available for simulator.
NanoTrace is now enabled for all devices when using the
simulator since the simulator is not dependant of any HW for
doing PC sampling.
Notable Bugs Fixed
AVRSV-1436: SYNC issues with
tools after timeout failure.
If a command times out during execution on a tool, then the
next command can fail with a 'Command Error'. This is due to
desynchronization between the software and hardware, and is
fixed by power cycling the tool.
AVRSV-6515: Project creation is
Project creation is very slow due to accessing version of
very slow due to accessing version toolchain more often than required.
of tool chain more often than
required.
AVRSV-6668: Project using makefile Project using makefile at relative path lead to an error in
at relative path crashes many
accessing the IO view.
things in studio.
AVRSV-6676: Launching a debug
session does nothing.
Starting a debug session fails with 'Failed to launch. Error code
89710015'. This is caused by bad video card drivers. Please
update your drivers to the latest version available from your
manufacturer.
AVRSV-6811: atprogram verify
command using .bin file complains
about missing address space
(prog).
When trying to run the atprogram verify command using a .bin
file you get the following error: [ERROR] An error occurred
executing a command (verify): Could not find specified address
space (prog)
AVRSV-6983: Uninstalling
In some cases installing / uninstalling an extension leads to
extension bricks Studio in some
Atmel Studio not starting. An error message "Cannot find one or
cases. Issue with Clarius Extension more components. Please reinstall the application." appears.
Manager.
AVRSV-7008: Opening a 6.2 project
in Atmel studio 7.0 persists Debug
configuration settings for all the
other configurations.
When an Atmel Studio 6.2 project is opened in Atmel Studio
7.0, the debug configuration settings gets persisted for all the
other configurations for that project.
AVRSV-7018: Project Creation fails
for Culture specific user names.
Project creation fails on selecting device and SAM project
linking fails when user has unicode characters in the path.
AVRSV-7019: Help Viewer does not
work on 32 bit machines.
When trying to open Help Viewer in 32 bit machines the
following message is given: "The Help Viewer command line
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name".
AVRSV-7021: Studio Crashes when
enabling Trace View in Some
Projects.
Fixed a random studio crash while enabling MTB Trace / Nano
Trace
Known Issues
AVRSV-283:
webproperties.tlb file
missing.
A message saying "webproperties.tlb could not be located" can be
displayed on some systems. A workaround for this problem is to make
a copy of a file named "webproperties???.tlb" in "C:\Program Files
(x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\MSEnv" (on the same location)
and rename it to "webproperties.tlb".
AVRSV-414: Handle Power
Power toggle and external reset is not handled gracefully in all
toggle and external reset for situations.
all emulators and
architectures/families.
AVRSV-546: .NET
Framework install might not
work if there is limited
network connectivity.
The .NET Framework installer might not work properly if network
connectivity is limited. If connectivity is limited disconnect from the
network or disable all active network adapters before starting
installation of Atmel Studio.
AVRSV-628: Scrolling
Scrolling memory view does not work properly. It is not possible to use
memory view does not work the slider in the memory view to scroll it. Only the up and down arrows
properly.
works.
AVRSV-680: Breakpoint is
Sometimes breakpoints that are set in the Source Editor are not
not updating in the
reflected correctly in the Disassembly Window while debugging.
Disassembly and Code view.
AVRSV-831: .NET install fail
because Windows Imaging
Component WIC is not
installed.
Atmel Studio installation may fail on XP systems if the Microsoft
Windows Imaging Component (32-bit) is not installed. Install this
component, downloadable from Microsoft.
AVRSV-966: Installer
crashes when trying to
install from "runas" option.
Running the Atmel Studio installer using the "run as" option on
Windows XP may crash the installer.
AVRSV-1192: Internet
Explorer 6 does not show
user documentation
correctly.
Internet Explorer 6 will not render the navigation menu in the user
documentation correctly.
AVRSV-1254: The asf.h
The asf.h header file is not included in all examples. Workaround:
header file is not included in Include this file manually if you add additional drivers using the "Select
all examples.
Drivers from AVR Software Framework" dialog.
AVRSV-1533: Microsoft
Visual Studio 2010 Shell -->
Error: Cannot publish
Visual Studio 2010 RC/Beta version has conflict with RTM version of
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Isolated Shell. The workaround is to
uninstall Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 isolated Shell that is installed with
Atmel Studio.
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because a project failed to
build.
AVRSV-1557: Mapped
network drives do not
appear in Project Location
window.
Mapped network drives do not appear in the Project Location window
when creating a new project.
AVRSV-1603: shared register When debugging on ATmega16[A] or ATmega32[A] devices it is not
access not possible?.
possible to read out the value of UBRRH using the debugger.
AVRSV-1675: Tool marked as If a driver for a tool has not been installed (first time it's plugged in) and
available even though OS
the user plugs the tool into the PC when Atmel Studio is running then it
driver is not installed.
will be shown in the "Available Tools" view but not have access to the
tool as a OS driver for the tool does not exist. Any operation on the tool
initiated will fail. Restart Atmel Studio to access the tool.
AVRSV-1733: Single step
over SW reset on Xmega
does not work.
Stepping in the source view over a software reset may leave the target
running on ATxmega devices.
AVRSV-1758: Non-Latin
characters in project paths
are not supported.
Projects which include paths or files with non-Latin characters are not
supported.
AVRSV-1760: Issues with
AVR Studio 5 installed
alongside Visual Studio 2010
SP1.
Service Pack 1 of Visual Studio 2010 installed on a PC where Atmel
Studio 6 is installed, may initiate a need for reapplying the SP1 installer.
A dialog box will then appear during startup of Atmel Studio, and detail
the steps that must be taken.
AVRSV-1883: PORT registers The IO window does not fully support registers like e.g. DIRSET,
in IO view behaves
DIRTGL, and DIRCLR for the XMEGA family (used to manipulate a
incorrectly.
corresponding DIR register). Toggling the value of bits in these registers
have undefined result on DIR.
AVRSV-1888: Detect m103c Debugging ATmega128 in ATmega103 compatibility mode is not
compatibility fuse setting on supported.
atmega128.
AVRSV-1895: VAssistX: Alt + 'Alt + G' does not open the file <avr/io.h>. This file is not parsed by
G does not open file <avr/
Visual Assist.
io.h>.
AVRSV-1901: Solution with
two projects does not work.
Creating two projects in the same solution which have different devices
is not supported. Create two different solutions instead.
AVRSV-2022: Conflicts with
[email protected]
Running [email protected] together with Atmel Studio may cause
unresponsive user interface. We recommend to disable the
[email protected] when running Atmel Studio.
AVRSV-2163: File/Folder
names with spaces are not
built property.
Files or folders with more than one consequent spaces are not
supported as part of AVRStudio 5 projects.
AVRSV-2558: HVPP for
ATtiny2313A does not work
on STK500.
HVPP for ATtiny2313A does not work on STK500.
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AVRSV-2601: VS6
incompatibillity with AS5.
During installation of Atmel Studio, the Visual Studio 2010 Shell
installation will re-register the 'vsjitdebugger'. This might make Visual
Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2005 unable to debug a crashed
application reported by Windows. Workaround: Run repair of Visual
Studio on top of the Atmel Studio installation. This should re-enable the
capability of Visual Studio to get a chance to handle crashed
applications.
AVRSV-2884: AVR Studio
Project creation may fail when file/folder name of the project or its subcannot create a project from items name exceeds 256 characters limit.
template with a deep file
architecture.
AVRSV-3296: Visual assist
inserts the c++ keywords,
functions in C project.
Autocompletion and snippets provided by Visual Assist can generate
invalid embedded C++, and it might also try to insert C++ in a C project.
This includes exceptions, classes and namespace declarations.
AVRSV-3313: In Atmel
Studio 6.1 compilation fails
for ASF Projects created
with AVR Studio 5.1.
If you encounter the error : variable 'xxxx' must be const in order to be
put into read-only section by means of '_attribute_((progmem))', then
this description applies. The problem is due to the incompatibility of the
ASF source code with the AVR GCC compiler. The GCC 4.6 Release
document (http://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-4.6/changes.html) mentions that the
error is expected and to use the ASF projects created in 5.1 (i.e ASF
2.9.0) we have to use avr gcc toolchain verison 3.3.1 and for later ASF
versions use 3.4.0. Alternatively you could manually add the const
qualifier to the variable(s) that are reported, when compiling ASF 2.9.0
projects with AVR GCC toolchain 3.4.0 or later.
AVRSV-3672: Can't use
network path in "New
Example Project from ASF"dialog.
ASF projects cannot be created in UNC paths. To create the ASF
project, map the UNC path to a network drive.
AVRSV-3993: JTAGICE3
event endpoint is not
registered on virtual
machines.
On virtual machines like VirtualBox, the event endpoint may not work
properly and no events will be propagated from the tool to Atmel Studio.
This mainly impacts debugging.
AVRSV-4005: Setting
Setting flash region lockbits when using SEGGER may have no effect,
lockbits for SAM4LC4C have as the SEGGER tool may unlock the flash region before it writes to it at
no effect.
a later stage.
AVRSV-4050: User signature User signature on RFR parts can only be accessed by JTAG or parallel
on RFR parts can only be
programming.
accessed by JTAG or
parallel programming.
AVRSV-4079: Unable to
launch using an ELF file
containing LOCKBITS.
Launching debug with an ELF file containing non-0xFF lockbits may fail.
Lockbits should not be set for debugging.
AVRSV-4337: After Installing Build abruptly fails in Atmel studio without proper error message and
AtmelStudio 6.1, the old
the error window shows no error. Tail of the Build Output: Task
projects does not build in
"RunCompilerTask" ========== Build: 0 succeeded or up-to-date, 1
failed, 0 skipped ========== Reason: Project file was upgraded from
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earlier versions of
AtmelStudio.
6.0 to 6.1. Steps to Restore back the project to working condition:
Scenario 1: (With Backup) Check whether there is a back up project in
the projectfolder with the name ProjectName_6_0 (For Example the
backup project is GccApplication1_6_0.cproj if the actual project name
is GccApplication1.cproj) * Project with the name GccApplication1.cproj
is the upgraded project to confirm edit the project file in editor you
should be able to see <ProjectVersion>6.1</ProjectVersion>. * Open
the project GccApplication1_6_0.cproj in Atmel Studio 6.0. It should
prompt you to save the solution file. Save and build it should work fine.
Scenario 2: (Without Backup) If the backup project is not found in the
project folder chances are that you would have upgraded the project
from 6.0 to 6.1 without opting for the backup. * Edit the project file
modify <ProjectVersion> tag and set the version to 6.0 and also modify
the <ToolchainName> tag by removing .C or .CPP from the tag ( For
example com.Atmel.AVRGCC32.C must be renamed as
com.Atmel.AVRGCC32) build the project now.
AVRSV-4380: No error or
warning is displayed when
number of characters in
command line arguments
exceeds microsoft
limitation. .
When building a project in Atmel Studio, and if you get an error like the
one as follows <some file>.o: No such file or directory during the linking
stage, then it could be because of the number of characters in the
command line. Windows expects that the command line be less than
8192 characters. To workaround the issue, reduce the name of the
folder so that the command line becomes shorter.
AVRSV-4440: Breaking
The SAM header files have been updated and due to this there are
changes in SAM header files breaking changes when upgrading from 6.0 to 6.1. Bare bone SAM
going from 6.0 to 6.1.
projects created with Atmel Studio 6.0 can get compilation errors due to
changes in defines. You can continue to use the old headers by
keeping Atmel Studio 6.0 and 6.1 installed in parallel and use the
toolchain from 6.0. ASF projects are not affected.
AVRSV-4501: Path of
toolchain's native libraries
are wrong.
Toolchain libraries "Full Path" property will display the base path of the
current toolchain.
AVRSV-4521: Expanding /
collapsing node does not
refresh the files in solution
explorer.
If a library is removed, the Library list in the solution explorer may not
update. Double click the "Libraries" node to refresh the status of
Libraries presence.
AVRSV-4576: Modifying
EEPROM contents in the
memory view causes data
corruption on XMEGA E5.
Modifying EEPROM data values in the memory view during debugging
of XMEGAE5 devices causes the EEPROM data to be corrupted.
AVRSV-4659: SAM4L and
UC3-kilogram programming
fails with core voltage at
>1.9V.
Programming SAM4L and some UC3 devices may fail when core
voltage is raised above 1.9 V.
AVRSV-4693: Struct type is
not displayed correctly for
composite types in a COFF
project.
For COFF object file debugging, elements in the "type" field of a watch
on a composite data type might contain the object/variable name
instead of the type name.
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AVRSV-4753: SAM D20
Xplained Pro shows
incorrect chip ID.
In the information window for Xplained Pro kits, the revision is not the
actual chip revision, but the revision coded into the Xplained Pro itself.
Use the Programming Dialog to read the correct revision from the
device.
AVRSV-4899: In External
Debugging inside the NMI handler on UC3 does not work. This is
Interrupt controller example, probably due to the fact that the NMI interrupt has a higher interrupt
stepping through NMI
priority than breakpoints.
debugging is not working.
AVRSV-5050: Studio should
warn if BOOTPROT is set
during launch when
debugging bootloader.
Starting the process by selecting "Start Debugging and Break" or "Start
Without Debugging" does not perform flash memory verification. If the
BOOTPROT fuse is set in the device, flash memory may not get
programmed correctly and no error will be displayed.
AVRSV-5324: SAM D20 - IO
View - OUTSET / OUTCLR
improperly updated.
Modifying SAMD20 port registers like OUTSET, OUTCLR and OUTTGL
will not have the expected result unless the full register value is taken
into consideration. The mentioned registers reflects the current value of
OUT when read by the user application and Atmel Studio. Clicking a
single bit in one of these registers in the IO View will write back the full
register with only the clicked bit toggled from its existing value, causing
a set, clear or toggle action also on other set bits in that register. These
considerations can be avoided by directly setting and clearing bits in the
OUT (or corresponding) register.
AVRSV-5339: Live Watch is
not updated when single
stepping on UC3.
Variables in Live Watch are not updated when single stepping on UC3
devices.
AVRSV-5378: Debugger on
SAM4L-EK is clearing the
interrupt flags.
SAM devices: Interrupt flags that are cleared by reading a register, can
unexpectedly be cleared by the debugger if the register is monitored in
the IO view or the Memory view in Atmel Studio. An example is the
RXRDY flag for USART0 in SAM4LC4C, which might be cleared if the
debugger breaks and reads the RHR register in order to display its
value.
AVRSV-5450: It is not
possible to get trace from
multicore device.
During trace activation, Atmel Studio can silently fail to enable trace on
multi-core devices where the TRACESWO pin is shared by the cores
through a mux that does not switch automatically to the active core. To
be able to get trace on these devices, the mux for the TRACESWO
signal needs to be set correctly by the users application.
AVRSV-5527: Live Watch :
The Live Watch feature in Atmel Studio does not work well with
Value of complex expression expressions as the variable. Since the watch in this case is on a
not computed.
memory address, the Live Watch implicitly adds a ampersand (&)
before the variable being watched to extract the address of the variable.
This means that expressions will be evaluated to the wrong value.
AVRSV-5635: Unable to
debug when assigning fuse
bits through .elf.
Care should be taken when debugging a project with embedded fuse
information. The debugging session might misbehave if the fuses
overwrites settings that Atmel Studio assumes to have control over.
AVRSV-5711: Cannot debug
SAM D code with Atmel
Relocating the .text segment may cause the debugger to fail in certain
conditions. This results in 'Start debugging and break' to stop at a high
address in the disassembly view. To make the debugger break the
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Studio if .text section is
relocated.
application entry, tick the 'Override VTOR' option in the project
properties, and ensure that the text box contains the address of the
interrupt vector. This is usually 'exception_table' or '&exception_table',
depending on the startup code in the project. The difference between
these is that '&exception_table' is a struct, while 'exception_table' is a
function pointer array.
AVRSV-5792: Installing 6.2
public after 6.2
ServicePack1 corrupts the
Service pack installation.
Installation of Atmel Studio 6.2.1153 after Atmel Studio 6.2 Service
Pack 1 corrupts the installation of Atmel Studio 6.2 Service Pack. The
installations cannot co-exist so always uninstall Atmel Studio 6.2
Service Pack 1 before installing Atmel Studio 6.2.1153.
AVRSV-5837: Backend times Trying to enable GDB for AVR32 projects will probably fail in even the
out if ''USE GDB'' is selected simplest debugging, such as Halt, Step, and Go. It is not recommended
for UC3 devices.
to ignore the warning shown when this option is enabled for a project.
AVRSV-5854: Installation of The Atmel USB Driver Package may fail during installation with error
USB Driver package fails on '0x800b010a - A certificate chain could not be built to a trusted root
clean Win 7 (64-bit) machine. authority'. The reason for this is that the built in certificate in Windows is
out of date and needs to be updated through Windows Update. If you
are unable to perform a update, then the update can be manually
downloaded from KB931125 from Microsoft.
AVRSV-5952: Firmware
upgrade fails from
jtagice3v2.15 to jtagice3+.
Upgrading JTAGICE3 from major version 1 or 2 to major version 3 can
fail. The first firmware upgrade attempt will only put the JTAGICE3 into
boot mode, and not do an actual upgrade. Running a second firmware
upgrade without toggling power to the tool should work. The simplest
workaround is to use atfw found in '<Atmel Studio installation folder>
\atbackend\'. From a command prompt (inside Atmel Studio, go to
Tools|Command Prompt) run"atfw.exe -t jtagice3 -a "<Atmel Studio
installation folder>\tools\jtagice3\jtagice3_fw.zip", which would normally
be atfw -t jtagice3 -a "C:\Program Files (x86)\Atmel\Atmel Studio
6.2\tools\jtagice3\jtagice3_fw.zip". The first attempt will fail, but when
running the command again without toggling power on the JTAGICE3 it
should pass. Note that as soon as the JTAGICE3 has been upgraded to
a firmware with major version 3 or higher, firmware upgrade should
work on first attempt also from Atmel Studio 6.2 SP1.
AVRSV-5987: Cannot chip
erase SAM4L in backup
mode on SAMICE.
Atmel Studio would not be able to erase a SAM4L part if the part was
put into a sleep mode immediately after startup. Note that a POR may
be required after programming to be able to establish contact.
AVRSV-6364: ARP entry
Atmel Studio 7.0 entry will be visible in Add Remove programs even if
added into the control panel the installation is unsuccessful or partial. Please remove the entry and
even if one of the packages try installing again.
get installed by the
bootstrapper.
AVRSV-6372: Installing
Atmel Studio Extensions
does not seem to detect
Atmel Studio 7.0.
If VSIX (Atmel Studio extensions) are installed manually, there might be
conflicts between Atmel Studio and Visual Studio due to issues in the
Microsoft Visual Studio Version Selector (VSLauncher.exe) executable.
To fix this, change the file association for VSIX files from
VSLauncher.exe to C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio
12.0\Common7\IDE\VSIXInstaller.exe (D:\Program Files\Microsoft
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Visual Studio 12.0\Common7\IDE\VSIXInstaller.exe on 32-bit systems).
Changing the file association is done by Shift-Right Click the VSIX,
choose 'Open With...' and browse to the VSIXInstaller.exe in the path
shown above.
AVRSV-6405: Device
disconnected error comes
after updating firmware. But
allows to debug program.
Tools may fail to re-enumerate after a firmware upgrade, causing the
tool to be listed as disconnected. If this happens, reconnect the tool and
it should re-enumerate and become connected again.
AVRSV-6427: Abort of
Uninstall sequence leaves
the system in intermediate
state.
If the system goes into an intermediate state after abort of uninstall
sequence (forceful exit of installation process) the state could be
recovered by repairing Atmel Studio 7.0 from control panel.
AVRSV-6664: Atmel Studio
Atmel Studio may crash when searching in the Options page. The issue
crashes when I search in the lies in the Visual Studio shell, and is fixed in version 2013.4 and newer.
options dialog.
To apply the fix, download Visual Studio 2014 Update 4 or newer from
https://www.visualstudio.com/news/vs2013-update4-rtm-vs or from
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=44921 .
AVRSV-6677: Issues with
graphics driver can cause
rendering glitches.
Atmel Studio tries to offload as much of the graphics rendering of the
user interfaces as possible to the graphics card to free up CPU
resources. If the graphics driver does not support hardware rendering,
Atmel Studio will fall back to using software rendering. However, in
some cases, this fallback does not work for some reasons, causing
rendering glitches in the user interface. The best way to solve this issue
is to make sure that the latest graphics driver is installed from your
graphics card vendor.
AVRSV-6848: Upgrading
JTAGICE3v1 and v2 to v3
works, but studio needs to
be restarted.
Atmel Studio fails to connect to JTAGICE3 after upgrading from
firmware version 1 or version 2. To be able to connect, Atmel Studio
needs to be restarted.
AVRSV-6873: Jungo drivers
stop working on some
Windows 10 installations.
The Jungo driver can fail with an 'Invalid License' or 'Internal system'
error on some Windows 10 machines . Workaround is to use the
libusb0 driver to connect to the tool. Use Zadig from http://
zadig.akeo.ie/ or libusb-win32 from http://sourceforge.net/projects/
libusb-win32/files/libusb-win32-releases/1.2.6.0/ to change the driver to
libusb0, and the tool should appear in Atmel Studio as normal.
AVRSV-7003: Current
measurements does not
work when running
debugging or programming
at low baud.
Running current measurements in Data Visualizer while programming
or debugging at low interface frequencies/baud rates might result in
Data Visualizer disconnecting from the Power Debugger. The lower limit
of the interface speed varies depending on target type, flash size and
interface type but is typically in the range 100-300kHz.
Other Issues Fixed
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6.
Device Support
Device support in Atmel Studio is done using the concept of device family packs. The format is inspired
by the Keil CMSIS-Pack specification, and packs containing ARM devices are fully compatible with the
Keil CMSIS-Pack specification. For AVR and AVR32 packs, some Atmel specific extensions to the format
have been implemented.
CMSIS-Pack describes a couple of use cases, and the packs used in Atmel Studio to provide device
support is part of the Device Family Pack (DFP) use case. This pack contains all needed files to support
compilation, programming and debugging of a device. More information about the CMSIS-Pack
specification, visit http://www.keil.com/pack/doc/CMSIS/Pack/html/index.html.
Atmel Studio includes a tool to manage packs, called Pack Manager. It is available in the Tools menu in
Atmel Studio and gives the ability to install, remove, and list information related to packs.
6.1.
Packs
Abbreviations:
D
Debugging is supported on the listed interfaces
P
Programming is supported on the listed interfaces
dW
debugWIRE
aW
aWire
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dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
ATA5702M322 dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP
dW ISP
dW ISP
dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
ATA5781
ATA5782
ATA5783
ATA5790
ATA5790N
ATA5791
ATA5795
ATA5831
ATA5832
ATA5833
ATA6285
ATA6286
ATA6612C
ATA6613C
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP,
HVPP
P
ATA5505
P
dW ISP ISP
D
dW ISP,
HVPP
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP
mkII
ATA5272
D
ATautomotive AVR
Dragon
P
D
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
D
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
P
D
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
D
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
Table 6-1 Atmel ATautomotive DFP (1.0.76) - Atmel ATautomotive Series Device Support.
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
P
STK600
ISP
ISP
ISP
Simulator
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
D P P
QT600 SAM- STK500
ICE
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dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP
dW ISP
dW ISP
dW ISP
ATA6616C
ATA6617C
ATA664251
ATA8210
ATA8215
ATA8510
ATA8515
P
ATA6614Q
D
ATautomotive AVR
Dragon
P
P
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
D
AVR ONE! AVRISP
mkII
P
D
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
D
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
P
D
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
D
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
P
STK600
Simulator
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
D P P
QT600 SAM- STK500
ICE
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dW
dW
dW
AT90PWM161
AT90PWM216
AT90PWM2B
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
dW
AT90USB1286
AT90USB1287
AT90USB162
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
ISP
AT90PWM81
ISP, dW
HVPP
dW
AT90PWM3B
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
AT90PWM316
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP
dW
AT90PWM1
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
AT90CAN64
ISP, dW
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
AT90CAN32
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
P
D
P
D
P
D
P
P
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
ISP
dW
ISP
dW
ISP
dW
ISP
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
D P P
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
P
JTAGICE3 PowerQT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
debugger
ICE
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
D
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
AT90CAN128
ATmega
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JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega1284RFR2 JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega1284P
ATmega128A
ATmega128RFA1
ISP
ATmega1284
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP
dW
ISP
dW
ISP
dW
ISP
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
dW
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
ATmega1281
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
ATmega1280
D
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
ATmega128
D
dW
P
AT90USB82
D
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
D
AT90USB647
P
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
D P P
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
JTAGICE3 PowerQT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
debugger
ICE
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
AT90USB646
ATmega
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JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
dW
dW
dW
ATmega164P
ATmega164PA
ATmega165A
ATmega165P
ATmega165PA
ATmega168
ATmega168A
ATmega168P
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega164A
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega162
ISP, dW
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega16
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
P
D
P
D
P
D
P
P
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
D P P
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
JTAGICE3 PowerQT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
debugger
ICE
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
D
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
ATmega128RFR2
ATmega
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JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
dW
ATmega169PA
ATmega16A
ATmega16HVA
dW
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega16U2
ATmega16U4
ATmega2560
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ATmega16M1
ISP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP
ISP
ATmega16HVBrevB dW
ISP
ISP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVSP
dW
ATmega16HVB
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega169P
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ISP
ATmega169A
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP
dW
ISP
ATmega168PB
ISP, dW
HVPP
P
dW
P
ISP
ISP
P
dW
dW
D
ISP
ISP
P
dW
dW
D
ISP
ISP
P
dW
dW
D
ISP
ISP
P
ISP
ISP
P
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVSP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
D P P
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVSP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
JTAGICE3 PowerQT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
debugger
ICE
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
dW
dW
D
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
ATmega168PA
ATmega
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JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP,
HVSP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega324PA
ATmega324PB
ATmega325
ATmega3250
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
ATmega324P
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
ATmega324A
D
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
ATmega32
D
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
D
ATmega256RFR2
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
D
ATmega2564RFR2 JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP,
HVSP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
D P P
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP,
HVSP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
JTAGICE3 PowerQT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
debugger
ICE
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
P
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega2561
ATmega
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
dW
dW
dW
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega325P
ATmega325PA
ATmega328
ATmega328P
ATmega328PB
ATmega329
ATmega3290
ISP, dW
HVPP,
HVSP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega325A
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega3250PA
ISP, dW
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega3250P
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
P
D
P
D
P
D
P
P
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
dW
dW
dW
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP,
HVSP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
D P P
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP,
HVSP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
JTAGICE3 PowerQT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
debugger
ICE
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
D
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
ATmega3250A
ATmega
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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37
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
dW
dW
dW
ATmega329PA
ATmega32A
ATmega32C1
ATmega32HVB
ATmega32HVBrevB dW
dW
ATmega329P
ATmega32M1
ATmega32U2
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega329A
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega3290PA
ISP, dW
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega3290P
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
P
D
P
D
P
D
P
P
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
D P P
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
JTAGICE3 PowerQT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
debugger
ICE
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
D
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
ATmega3290A
ATmega
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
38
dW
dW
dW
dW
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega48P
ATmega48PA
ATmega48PB
ATmega64
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega644
ATmega644A
ATmega644P
ATmega644PA
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ATmega640
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP
ATmega48A
ISP
dW
ATmega48
ISP, dW
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG
HVPP
ATmega406
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
P
D
P
D
P
D
P
P
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
JTAG
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
JTAG
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
JTAG
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
dW
JTAG
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
D P P
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
JTAGICE3 PowerQT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
debugger
ICE
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
D
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
ATmega32U4
ATmega
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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39
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega645
ATmega6450
ATmega6450A
ATmega6450P
ATmega645A
ATmega645P
ATmega649
ATmega6490
ATmega6490A
ATmega6490P
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
P
D
P
D
P
D
P
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
D P P
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
JTAGICE3 PowerQT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
debugger
ICE
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
D
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
ATmega644RFR2
ATmega
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
40
dW
dW
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega64HVE2
ATmega64M1
ATmega64RFR2
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
dW
dW
dW
dW
ATmega8515
ATmega8535
ATmega88
ATmega88A
ATmega88P
ATmega88PA
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ATmega8
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVSP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
ATmega64C1
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega64A
ISP, dW
HVPP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
ATmega649P
P
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, ISP
ISP,
ISP
HVPP
P
P
D
P
D
P
D
P
P
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
dW
dW
dW
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
dW
dW
dW
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVSP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
D P P
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVSP
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
JTAG,
ISP,
HVPP
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
JTAGICE3 PowerQT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
debugger
ICE
JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG JTAG, JTAG ISP, JTAG,
ISP
ISP
ISP
JTAG ISP
D
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
ATmega649A
ATmega
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
41
dW
ATmega8U2
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP, dW
HVSP
dW
ATmega8HVA
ISP, dW
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
dW
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
dW
dW
dW
D
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
dW
dW
dW
D
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
ATmega8A
ATmega88PB
ATmega
dW
dW
dW
D
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
dW
dW
dW
D
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVSP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
D P P
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVSP
ISP,
HVPP
ISP,
HVPP
P
Yes
Yes
JTAGICE3 PowerQT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
debugger
ICE
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
42
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVSP
TPI
ATtiny13A
ATtiny1634 dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
ATtiny13
ATtiny167
ATtiny20
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVSP
ISP,
HVPP
ATtiny24
ATtiny24A
ATtiny25
ATtiny26
TPI
ATtiny40
ATtiny4313 dW ISP,
HVPP
TPI
dW ISP ISP
TPI
TPI
dW ISP ISP
ATtiny261A dW ISP,
HVPP
ATtiny4
dW ISP ISP
ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP,
HVPP
ATtiny261
dW ISP ISP
ATtiny2313A dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
ATtiny2313 dW ISP,
HVPP
TPI
dW ISP ISP
TPI
TPI
ATtiny104
TPI
P
TPI
P
D
dW ISP dW
TPI
TPI
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
ISP
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
TPI
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
TPI
TPI
P
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
D
D
D
P
Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
AVR Dragon AVR ONE! AVRISP
mkII
ATtiny10
ATtiny
Table 6-3 Atmel ATtiny DFP (1.0.68) - Atmel ATtiny Series Device Support.
P
D
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
ISP
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
D
ISP
TPI
TPI
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
TPI
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
TPI
TPI
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
TPI
TPI
P
STK600
Yes
Simulator
Yes
Yes
Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
TPI
TPI
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
TPI
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
D P P
QT600 SAM- STK500
ICE
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dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVPP
TPI
ATtiny44A
ATtiny45
ATtiny461
ATtiny461A dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
ATtiny441
ATtiny48
ATtiny5
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVSP
dW ISP,
HVPP
ATtiny841
ATtiny84A
ATtiny85
ATtiny861
ATtiny861A dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP,
HVSP
ATtiny84
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP,
HVPP
ATtiny828
TPI
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP,
HVSP
ATtiny44
dW ISP ISP
P
dW ISP,
HVPP
P
D
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
TPI
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
P
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
D
D
D
P
Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
AVR Dragon AVR ONE! AVRISP
mkII
ATtiny43U
ATtiny
P
D
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
D
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
TPI
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
ISP
P
P
STK600
Simulator
Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
TPI
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVSP ISP, HVSP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
D P P
QT600 SAM- STK500
ICE
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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dW ISP,
HVPP
dW ISP,
HVPP
TPI
ATtiny88
ATtiny9
P
TPI
dW ISP ISP
dW ISP ISP
P
D
TPI
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
P
ISP
ISP
P
D
D
D
P
Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
AVR Dragon AVR ONE! AVRISP
mkII
ATtiny87
ATtiny
P
D
dW ISP dW
dW ISP dW
D
TPI
ISP
ISP
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
ISP
ISP
P
P
STK600
Simulator
TPI
Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP Yes
ISP, HVPP ISP, HVPP
D P P
QT600 SAM- STK500
ICE
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAM3A8C
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAM3A4C
SAM3A
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
Table 6-4 Atmel SAM3A DFP (1.0.32) - Atmel SAM3A Series Device Support.
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
QT600 SAM-ICE
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAM3N0A
ATSAM3N0B
ATSAM3N0C
ATSAM3N1A
ATSAM3N1B
ATSAM3N1C
ATSAM3N2A
ATSAM3N2B
ATSAM3N2C
ATSAM3N4A
ATSAM3N4B
ATSAM3N4C
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAM3N00B
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAM3N00A
SAM3N
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-5 Atmel SAM3N DFP (1.0.41) - Atmel SAM3N Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAM3S1C
ATSAM3S2A
ATSAM3S2B
ATSAM3S2C
ATSAM3S4A
ATSAM3S4B
ATSAM3S4C
ATSAM3S8B
ATSAM3S8C
ATSAM3SD8B
ATSAM3SD8C
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAM3S1B
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAM3S1A
SAM3S
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-6 Atmel SAM3S DFP (1.0.46) - Atmel SAM3S Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAM3U2C
ATSAM3U2E
ATSAM3U4C
ATSAM3U4E
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAM3U1E
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAM3U1C
SAM3U
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-7 Atmel SAM3U DFP (1.0.32) - Atmel SAM3U Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAM3X8C
ATSAM3X8E
ATSAM3X8H
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAM3X4E
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAM3X4C
SAM3X
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-8 Atmel SAM3X DFP (1.0.33) - Atmel SAM3X Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAM4C16C:1
ATSAM4C32C:0
ATSAM4C32C:1
ATSAM4C32E:0
ATSAM4C32E:1
ATSAM4C4C:0
ATSAM4C4C:1
ATSAM4C8C:0
ATSAM4C8C:1
ATSAM4CMP16C:0
ATSAM4CMP16C:1
ATSAM4CMP32C:0
ATSAM4CMP32C:1
ATSAM4CMP8C:0
ATSAM4CMP8C:1
ATSAM4CMS16C:0
ATSAM4CMS16C:1
ATSAM4CMS32C:0
ATSAM4CMS32C:1
ATSAM4CMS4C:0
ATSAM4CMS4C:1
ATSAM4CMS8C:0
ATSAM4CMS8C:1
P
JTAG, SWD
D
D
P
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
P
D P P
D
P
QT600 SAM-ICE
AVR
AVR AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE JTAGICE3 PowerDragon ONE! mkII
mkII
debugger
ATSAM4C16C:0
SAM4C
Table 6-9 Atmel SAM4C DFP (1.0.59) - Atmel SAM4C Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAM4E16E
ATSAM4E8C
ATSAM4E8CB
ATSAM4E8E
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAM4E16CB
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAM4E16C
SAM4E
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-10 Atmel SAM4E DFP (1.0.27) - Atmel SAM4E Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAM4LC2C
ATSAM4LC4A
ATSAM4LC4B
ATSAM4LC4C
ATSAM4LC8A
ATSAM4LC8B
ATSAM4LC8C
ATSAM4LS2A
ATSAM4LS2B
ATSAM4LS2C
ATSAM4LS4A
ATSAM4LS4B
ATSAM4LS4C
ATSAM4LS8A
ATSAM4LS8B
ATSAM4LS8C
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAM4LC2B
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAM4LC2A
SAM4L
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-11 Atmel SAM4L DFP (1.0.27) - Atmel SAM4L Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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53
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAM4N8A
ATSAM4N8B
ATSAM4N8C
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAM4N16C
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAM4N16B
SAM4N
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-12 Atmel SAM4N DFP (1.0.31) - Atmel SAM4N Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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54
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAM4S4B
ATSAM4S4C
ATSAM4S8B
ATSAM4S8C
ATSAM4SA16B
ATSAM4SA16C
ATSAM4SD16B
ATSAM4SD16C
ATSAM4SD32B
ATSAM4SD32C
ATSAM4SP32A
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
ATSAM4S4A
P
ATSAM4S2C
D
JTAG, SWD
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAM4S2B
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAM4S2A
P
JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
ATSAM4S16C
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAM4S16B
SAM4S
Table 6-13 Atmel SAM4S DFP (1.0.35) - Atmel SAM4S Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
ATSAMC20E17A
ATSAMC20E18A
ATSAMC20G15A
ATSAMC20G16A
ATSAMC20G17A
ATSAMC20G18A
ATSAMC20J16A
ATSAMC20J17A
ATSAMC20J18A
D
ATSAMC20E16A
P
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMC20E15A
SAMC20
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE STK500 STK600 Simulator
Table 6-14 Atmel SAMC20 DFP (1.0.38) - Atmel SAMC20 Series Device Support.
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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56
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
ATSAMC21E17A
ATSAMC21E18A
ATSAMC21G15A
ATSAMC21G16A
ATSAMC21G17A
ATSAMC21G18A
ATSAMC21J16A
ATSAMC21J17A
ATSAMC21J18A
D
ATSAMC21E16A
P
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMC21E15A
SAMC21
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE STK500 STK600 Simulator
Table 6-15 Atmel SAMC21 DFP (1.0.36) - Atmel SAMC21 Series Device Support.
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
57
SWD
D
P
D
P
Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
ATSAMD09D14A
P
AVRISP
mkII
SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMD09C13A
SAMD09
SWD
SWD
D
P
SWD
SWD
D
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
Table 6-16 Atmel SAMD09 DFP (1.0.21) - Atmel SAMD09 Series Device Support.
P
P
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
QT600 SAM-ICE STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
58
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
ATSAMD10D13AM
ATSAMD10D13AS
ATSAMD10D14AM
ATSAMD10D14AS
D
ATSAMD10C14A
P
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMD10C13A
SAMD10
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
Table 6-17 Atmel SAMD10 DFP (1.0.24) - Atmel SAMD10 Series Device Support.
P
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
QT600 SAM-ICE STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
59
SWD
SWD
ATSAMD11D14AS
D
ATSAMD11D14AM
P
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMD11C14A
SAMD11
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
Table 6-18 Atmel SAMD11 DFP (1.0.23) - Atmel SAMD11 Series Device Support.
P
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
QT600 SAM-ICE STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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60
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
ATSAMD20E16
ATSAMD20E17
ATSAMD20E18
ATSAMD20G14
ATSAMD20G15
ATSAMD20G16
ATSAMD20G17
ATSAMD20G17U
ATSAMD20G18
ATSAMD20G18U
ATSAMD20J14
ATSAMD20J15
ATSAMD20J16
ATSAMD20J17
ATSAMD20J18
D
ATSAMD20E15
P
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMD20E14
SAMD20
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE STK500 STK600 Simulator
Table 6-19 Atmel SAMD20 DFP (1.0.34) - Atmel SAMD20 Series Device Support.
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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61
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
ATSAMD21E15BU
ATSAMD21E15L
ATSAMD21E16A
ATSAMD21E16B
ATSAMD21E16BU
ATSAMD21E16L
ATSAMD21E17A
ATSAMD21E18A
ATSAMD21G15A
ATSAMD21G15B
ATSAMD21G16A
ATSAMD21G16B
ATSAMD21G17A
ATSAMD21G17AU
ATSAMD21G18A
ATSAMD21G18AU
ATSAMD21J15A
ATSAMD21J15B
ATSAMD21J16A
ATSAMD21J16B
ATSAMD21J17A
ATSAMD21J18A
D
ATSAMD21E15B
P
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMD21E15A
SAMD21
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE STK500 STK600 Simulator
Table 6-20 Atmel SAMD21 DFP (1.0.222) - Atmel SAMD21 Series Device Support.
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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62
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
ATSAMDA1E16A
ATSAMDA1G14A
ATSAMDA1G15A
ATSAMDA1G16A
ATSAMDA1J14A
ATSAMDA1J15A
ATSAMDA1J16A
D
ATSAMDA1E15A
P
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMDA1E14A
SAMDA1
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE STK500 STK600 Simulator
Table 6-21 Atmel SAMDA1 DFP (1.0.8) - Atmel SAMDA1 Series Device Support.
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
63
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAME70J21
ATSAME70N19
ATSAME70N20
ATSAME70N21
ATSAME70Q19
ATSAME70Q20
ATSAME70Q21
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAME70J20
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAME70J19
SAME70
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-22 Atmel SAME70 DFP (1.0.21) - Atmel SAME70 Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
64
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAMG53G19
ATSAMG53N19
ATSAMG54G19
ATSAMG54J19
ATSAMG54N19
ATSAMG55G19
ATSAMG55J19
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAMG51N18
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMG51G18
SAMG
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-23 Atmel SAMG DFP (1.0.27) - Atmel SAMG Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
65
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
ATSAML21E17B
ATSAML21E18A
ATSAML21E18B
ATSAML21G16B
ATSAML21G17B
ATSAML21G18A
ATSAML21G18B
ATSAML21J16B
ATSAML21J17B
ATSAML21J18A
ATSAML21J18B
D
ATSAML21E16B
P
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAML21E15B
SAML21
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE STK500 STK600 Simulator
Table 6-24 Atmel SAML21 DFP (1.0.54) - Atmel SAML21 Series Device Support.
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
66
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
ATSAMR21E18A
ATSAMR21E19A
ATSAMR21G16A
ATSAMR21G17A
ATSAMR21G18A
D
ATSAMR21E17A
P
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMR21E16A
SAMR21
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
P
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
SWD
D
P
P
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE STK500 STK600 Simulator
Table 6-25 Atmel SAMR21 DFP (1.0.28) - Atmel SAMR21 Series Device Support.
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
67
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAMS70J21
ATSAMS70N19
ATSAMS70N20
ATSAMS70N21
ATSAMS70Q19
ATSAMS70Q20
ATSAMS70Q21
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAMS70J20
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMS70J19
SAMS70
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-26 Atmel SAMS70 DFP (1.0.27) - Atmel SAMS70 Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
68
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAMV70N19
ATSAMV70N20
ATSAMV70Q19
ATSAMV70Q20
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAMV70J20
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMV70J19
SAMV70
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-27 Atmel SAMV70 DFP (1.0.23) - Atmel SAMV70 Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
69
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
ATSAMV71J21
ATSAMV71N19
ATSAMV71N20
ATSAMV71N21
ATSAMV71Q19
ATSAMV71Q20
ATSAMV71Q21
P
JTAG, SWD
D
ATSAMV71J20
P
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, SWD
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATSAMV71J19
SAMV71
P
D
P
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD JTAG, SWD
D
P
P
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
JTAG, SWD
D
JTAGICE3 Power-debugger QT600 SAM-ICE
Table 6-28 Atmel SAMV71 DFP (1.0.25) - Atmel SAMV71 Series Device Support.
P
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
70
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
AT32UC3A0512 JTAG
AT32UC3A1128 JTAG
AT32UC3A1256 JTAG
AT32UC3A1512 JTAG
AT32UC3A3128 JTAG
AT32UC3A3128S JTAG
AT32UC3A3256 JTAG
AT32UC3A3256S JTAG
JTAG
AT32UC3A364S JTAG
AT32UC3A4128 JTAG
AT32UC3A4128S JTAG
AT32UC3A4256 JTAG
AT32UC3A4256S JTAG
JTAG
AT32UC3A364
AT32UC3A464
AT32UC3A464S JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
D
AT32UC3A0256 JTAG
P
P
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
AT32UC3A0128 JTAG
UC3A
Table 6-29 Atmel UC3A DFP (1.0.45) - Atmel UC3A Series Device Support.
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
D
P
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
D
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
P
D P P
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
QT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
ICE
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
71
D
D
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
AT32UC3B1512 JTAG
AT32UC3B164 JTAG
JTAG
AT32UC3B064 JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
AT32UC3B0512 JTAG
AT32UC3B1256 JTAG
JTAG
AT32UC3B0256 JTAG
AT32UC3B1128 JTAG
JTAG
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
AT32UC3B0128 JTAG
UC3B
P
P
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
D
P
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
D
P
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
Table 6-30 Atmel UC3B DFP (1.0.23) - Atmel UC3B Series Device Support.
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
D
P
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
D
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
P
D
P
QT600 SAMICE
P
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
P
STK500 STK600 Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
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72
D
D
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
AT32UC3C0256C JTAG, aW
AT32UC3C0512C JTAG, aW
AT32UC3C064C JTAG, aW
AT32UC3C1128C JTAG, aW
AT32UC3C1256C JTAG, aW
AT32UC3C1512C JTAG, aW
AT32UC3C164C JTAG, aW
AT32UC3C2128C JTAG, aW
AT32UC3C2256C JTAG, aW
AT32UC3C2512C JTAG, aW
AT32UC3C264C JTAG, aW
P
JTAG, aW
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
AT32UC3C0128C JTAG, aW
UC3C
P
P
D
P
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
D
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
Table 6-31 Atmel UC3C DFP (1.0.42) - Atmel UC3C Series Device Support.
P
D
P
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
D
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
P
D P P
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
P
QT600 SAM- STK500 STK600
ICE
Simulator
Atmel Atmel Studio 7.0 [RELEASE NOTE]
Atmel-YYYYYB-atmel-studio-7-release-notes_Release Note-10/2015
73
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
ATUC128D4 JTAG, aW
ATUC64D3 JTAG, aW
ATUC64D4 JTAG, aW
P
P
P
D
P
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
D
P
D
P
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
D
aW
aW
aW
aW
D
P
P
D
D
P
QT600 SAMICE
AVR Dragon AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE mkII JTAGICE3 PowermkII
debugger
ATUC128D3 JTAG, aW
UC3D
Table 6-32 Atmel UC3D DFP (1.0.26) - Atmel UC3D Series Device Support.
P
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
P
STK500 STK600
Simulator
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JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
ATUC128L4U
ATUC256L3U
ATUC256L4U
ATUC64L3U
ATUC64L4U
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
AT32UC3L032 JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
AT32UC3L0256 JTAG, aW
ATUC128L3U
JTAG, aW
AT32UC3L016 JTAG, aW
AT32UC3L064 JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
P
P
P
D
P
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
D
D
D
P
AVR ONE! AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
AVR
Dragon
AT32UC3L0128 JTAG, aW
UC3L
Table 6-33 Atmel UC3L DFP (1.0.39) - Atmel UC3L Series Device Support.
P
D
P
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW JTAG, aW
D
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
aW
P
D P P
Simulator
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW Yes
JTAG, aW Yes
JTAG, aW
JTAG, aW Yes
JTAG, aW
P
QT600 SAM- STK500 STK600
ICE
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PDI
PDI
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
ATxmega192A3
ATxmega192A3U JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
ATxmega256A3
PDI
PDI
ATxmega256A3U JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
PDI
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
ATxmega32A4
ATxmega32A4U
ATxmega64A1
ATxmega64A1U
ATxmega64A3
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
ATxmega256A3BU JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
ATxmega256A3B JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
PDI
PDI
ATxmega16A4U
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
ATxmega128A3U JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
ATxmega16A4
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
ATxmega128A3
ATxmega128A4U PDI
PDI
ATxmega128A1U JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
P
P
D
P
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
PDI
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
D
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
PDI
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
ATxmega128A1
XMEGAA
Table 6-34 Atmel XMEGAA DFP (1.0.36) - Atmel XMEGAA Series Device Support.
P
D
P
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
PDI
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
D
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
P
D P P
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
PDI
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
P
QT600 SAM- STK500 STK600
ICE
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Simulator
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PDI
ATxmega64A4U
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG,
PDI
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATxmega64A3U
XMEGAA
PDI
PDI
P
P
D
P
PDI
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
D
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
P
D
P
PDI
PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
D
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
JTAG
P
D P P
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
P
QT600 SAM- STK500 STK600
ICE
Yes
Yes
Simulator
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D
D
JTAG, PDI PDI
JTAG, PDI PDI
JTAG, PDI PDI
ATxmega64B1 JTAG, PDI
ATxmega64B3 JTAG, PDI
P
ATxmega128B3 JTAG, PDI
P
P
D
P
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
D
AVRISP Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
mkII
JTAG, PDI PDI
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATxmega128B1 JTAG, PDI
XMEGAB
P
D
P
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
JTAG, PDI JTAG, PDI
D
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
Table 6-35 Atmel XMEGAB DFP (1.0.29) - Atmel XMEGAB Series Device Support.
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
JTAG
P
D
P
P
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
JTAG,
PDI
P
QT600 SAM- STK500 STK600
ICE
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Simulator
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PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
ATxmega16C4 PDI
ATxmega192C3 PDI
ATxmega256C3 PDI
ATxmega32C3 PDI
ATxmega32C4 PDI
ATxmega384C3 PDI
ATxmega64C3 PDI
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATxmega128C3 PDI
XMEGAC
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
P
AVRISP
mkII
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
Table 6-36 Atmel XMEGAC DFP (1.0.27) - Atmel XMEGAC Series Device Support.
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
P
D
P
QT600 SAMICE
P
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
STK500 STK600 Simulator
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PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
ATxmega128D4 PDI
ATxmega16D4 PDI
ATxmega192D3 PDI
ATxmega256D3 PDI
ATxmega32D3 PDI
ATxmega32D4 PDI
ATxmega384D3 PDI
ATxmega64D3 PDI
ATxmega64D4 PDI
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATxmega128D3 PDI
XMEGAD
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
P
AVRISP
mkII
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
Table 6-37 Atmel XMEGAD DFP (1.0.29) - Atmel XMEGAD Series Device Support.
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
P
D
P
P
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
PDI
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
QT600 SAM- STK500 STK600 Simulator
ICE
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PDI
PDI
PDI
ATxmega32E5 PDI
ATxmega8E5 PDI
P
D
D
P
AVR
ONE!
AVR
Dragon
ATxmega16E5 PDI
XMEGAE
PDI
PDI
PDI
P
AVRISP
mkII
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
Atmel-ICE JTAGICE
mkII
Table 6-38 Atmel XMEGAE DFP (1.0.28) - Atmel XMEGAE Series Device Support.
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
PDI
PDI
PDI
D
P
JTAGICE3 Powerdebugger
P
D
P
QT600 SAMICE
P
PDI
PDI
PDI
P
Yes
Yes
Yes
STK500 STK600 Simulator
6.2.
Device Notes
Information about mature devices.
The following mature devices are not recommended for new designs:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ATtiny11
ATtiny12
ATtiny15
ATtiny22
AT90S1200
AT90S2313
AT90S2323
AT90S2343
AT90S4433
AT90S8515
AT90S8535
ATmega323
ATmega161
ATmega163
ATmega103
ATmega165
ATmega169
ATmega64HVE
ATmega32U6
AT90PWM2
AT90PWM3
AT90SCR100
AT86RF401
See http://www.atmel.comfor replacements.
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