July 15, 2008
about 5 years ago
Using LUFA and the XplainBridge and AVRISP mkII clone, you can convert the Xplain board to be recognized as an AVRISP mkII programmer from AVRStudio and program the XMEGA chip on the Xplain board, without the need of any extra PDI programmer.
@Quazar: you are right… and all the programmers related to the board cannot program it, what makes me think that the person who designed this board has no clue about the XMEGA or they just didn’t care to review the related products.
Why the ICSP connector? This chip doesn’t support ISP programming, only JTAG and PDI.
about 6 years ago
Hi, aren’t pull-down resistors required on DIR and PWM lines? If these signals are floating, the motors could spin out of control.
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