A.B.N. 76 545 595 489 P.O. Box 3043 Frankston, 3199 Victoria, Australia Phone/Fax: +61 3 9766 0958 Web: http://syonics.alphalink.com.au ______________________ ISP Dongle User Guide Thank you for your purchase of an In System Programming dongle to suit ATMEL ISP compatible devices. This ISP dongle runs under control of the ATMEL ISP software, which can be downloaded from the ATMEL web site. The dongle plugs into the PC parallel port and connects to the target device by means of a 10 way ribbon cable, and has pinouts as detailed in the table below. The dongle is powered from the target device at either 5.0Volts +5% and will run down to 3.3 Volts – 5%. As of the date of this user guide, the list of compatible ATMEL devices that can be programmed by the ISP dongle are as follows: AT90S1200A AT90S/LS2343 AT90S8515/A Atmega103/L AT90S2313 AT90S4414 AT90S/LS8535 AT89S8252 AT90S/LS2323 AT90S/LS4434 Atmega603/L AT89S53 ATMEL frequently updates the ISP software and the device list. Check the ATMEL web site for more details and updates. Pin connections of the 10 pin IDC connector on the rear of the ISP Dongle. Pin 1 GND Pin 2 MISO (data out from target board into ISP module) Pin 3 GND Pin 4 SCLK SCLK out from ISP module Pin 5 GND Pin 6 RST Reset out from ISP module Pin 7 GND Pin 8 LED Activity LED Low side drive Pin 9 Vcc Pin 10 MOSI (Serial data in to target board from ISP module) Refer to the relevant device data sheet for ISP connection information. Note that the ribbon cable provided with the dongle is a reversed cable. Pin 1 on the rear of the dongle will correspond with pin 9 of the connector at the flying end of the ribbon cable. This was done to ensure compatibility with the original ATMEL part. Syonics Technologies P/L does not distribute or warrant in any way the function or performance of the ISP programming software. Copyright January 2001 Syonics Technologies P/L.
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