This is the small programmer for 20 pin and 8 pin devices. This device can program the AT89C2051 and works with it. So it can be easily adapted to programming other devices by itself.
The Atmel Flash devices are ideal for developing, since they can be reprogrammed easy, often and fast. You need only 1 or 2 devices in low cost plastic case for developing. In contrast you need 10 or more high cost windowed devices if you must develop with EPROM devices (e.g. Phillips 87C751).
The AT89C4051 is the smallest 8051 member with full resources (128 Byte RAM,
4kByte Flash, 2 Timer, UART). Only the pin count is reduced (20 pin case:
15 IO pins available).
The programmer and the PC are connected via a serial port (COM1...4). No Interrupt is used since every data byte from the programmer must be receipt by the PC. So this program can also run under WINDOWS without data loss.
Today following devices (all tested) can be programmed:
The using is quite simple. The example file "pf1051.bat" can be used for
calling automatically after generating hex file to program in batch mode.
In this case the target must be placed in the programmer before compiling
started. Or you place "uniprog.ini" in the same directory with the "uniprog.exe"
file and make all programming steps manually.
On AVR devices the FLASH and EEPROM are programmed together. If only one name is given, the second name for the EEPROM hex file is build by exchanging the extension with ".eep". You can also give 2 different names for both. On using a comma to separate you can define one or both names empty.
To select the device you can use the autoselect feature. You can also select it by using the up -or 'u'-key or down- or 'd'-key and by the number in the device list or by its name (in batch mode giving the name is recommend).
The programmer is tested under DOS or WINDOWS (3.xx or 95). A 386SX or higher CPU is needed.
These are free for non commercial using only !
Since most connections are from the programmer (AT89C51) to the same pin
of the target (ziff-socket), it can be easily build with an universal pcb.
Only few other devices are needed. Use the netlist to make the wiring.
To prevent malfunction on using different versions of the programmer, load all needed documents together.
Important: The Opamp
must meet following parameters:
- Rail to rail output,
- Input range include negative rail,
- Slew rate 3.6V/µs or higher.
If you have problems getting the TLC2272 you can try the following replacement:
If you have problems to get data from any device look at the manufacturer or distributor e.g. Farnell
E.g. data sheets of: BS170, BS250
There are some ways to get the preprogrammed AT89C51 inside the programmer:
1. Ask a friend in a company which have access to a programmer.
2. Most salesman offers also a programming service for a little more money.
You must only put the hex file (proflash.hex) to a disk and send it him.
Please understand that I can't sell it.
No errors known.
I have received over 100 positive feedbacks. So it seems working stable.
some points to check:
- the hex-file was correct burned in the programmer (IC4)
- the crystal was correct (11.0592MHZ) for right baud rate and oscillating (check with oscilloscope)
- EA was connect to VCC (internal program execution)
- VCC was applied, reset was done (by C3)
- RS232 level shifter works
The PC software try permanetly send to the programmer until it answered right. This can easy be checked with an oscilloscope:
Check signals on P1/pin2, IC4/pin 2, IC4 /pin3, P1/pin3. P1/pin8 must give about -12V.
Please read the whole page carefully (especially "trouble shooting") before you ask me for help !
Author: Peter Dannegger
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