ATMEGA32 with LPT Programming Connector
ATMEGA32 with JTAG Programming Connector
PIC16F873 with ICD Programming Connector
PIC16F877 with ICD Programming Connector
PIC16F628 with ICD Programming Connector
Basic Stamp (or similar) 24 or 40 pin
Ubicom SX (28 pin) with SXKey Connector

ATMEGA32 (LPT Programming Connector)

First Connection

Second Connection

Notes

JP3-9

RST-1

Reset

JP3-10

Vcc

+5V

JP3-11

Ground

Ground

JP3-12

CLK-1

Oscillator

JP3-13

CLK-2

Oscillator

JP3-14

RS-R

RS232 Receive

JP3-15

RS-T

RS232 Transmit

JP4-10

Vcc

AVcc

JP4-11

Ground

Ground

JP4-12

Vcc

Aref

JP8-1

Vcc

+5V

JP8-2

Ground

Ground

JP8-3

JP3-8

SCK

JP8-4

JP3-7

MISO

JP8-5

JP3-6

MOSI

JP8-6

RST-2

Reset

ATMEGA32 (JTAG Programming Connector)

First Connection

Second Connection

Notes

JP3-9

RST-1

Reset

JP3-10

Vcc

+5V

JP3-11

Ground

Ground

JP3-12

CLK-1

Oscillator

JP3-13

CLK-2

Oscillator

JP3-14

RS-R

RS232 Receive

JP3-15

RS-T

RS232 Transmit

JP4-10

Vcc

AVcc

JP4-11

Ground

Ground

JP4-12

Vcc

Aref

JP8-1

Vcc

+5V

JP8-2

Ground

Ground

JP8-3

JP4-4

TCK

JP8-4

JP4-6

TDO

JP8-5

JP4-7

TDI

JP8-6

JP4-5

TMS

PIC16F873 (ICD Programming Connector)

First Connection

Second Connection

Notes

JP3-1

RST-1

Reset

JP3-8

Ground

Ground

JP3-9

CLK-1

Oscillator

JP3-10

CLK-2

Oscillator

JP4-9

RS-T

RS232 Transmit

JP4-10

RS-R

RS232 Receive

JP4-11

Ground

Ground

JP4-12

Vcc

+5V

JP8-1

JP4-16

RB3

JP8-2

JP4-19

RB6

JP8-3

JP4-20

RB7

JP8-4

Ground

Ground

JP8-5

Vcc

+5V

JP8-6

RST-2

Reset

This configuration will work with most 28 pin PICs.

PIC16F877 (ICD Programming Connector)

First Connection

Second Connection

Notes

JP3-1

RST-1

Reset

JP3-11

Vcc

+5V

JP3-12

Ground

Ground

JP3-13

CLK-1

Oscillator

JP3-14

CLK-2

Oscillator

JP4-5

RS-T

RS232 Transmit

JP4-6

RS-R

RS232 Receive

JP4-11

Ground

Ground

JP4-12

Vcc

+5V

JP8-1

JP4-16

RB3

JP8-2

JP4-19

RB6

JP8-3

JP4-20

RB7

JP8-4

Ground

Ground

JP8-5

Vcc

+5V

JP8-6

RST-2

Reset

This configuration will work with most 40 pin PICs.

PIC16F628 (ICD Programming Connector)

First Connection

Second Connection

Notes

JP3-4

RST-1

Reset

JP3-5

Ground

Ground

JP3-7

RS-R

RS232 Receive

JP3-8

RS-T

RS232 Transmit

JP4-16

Vcc

+5V

JP3-17

CLK-1

Oscillator

JP3-18

CLK-2

Oscillator

JP8-1

JP4-12

RB4

JP8-2

JP4-14

RB6

JP8-3

JP4-15

RB7

JP8-4

Ground

Ground

JP8-5

Vcc

+5V

JP8-6

RST-2

Reset

Basic Stamp (24 or 40 pin)

First Connection

Second Connection

Notes

JP4-17

Vcc

+5V

JP4-18

RST-1

Reset

JP4-19

Ground

Ground

JP8-1

JP3-1

TX

JP8-2

JP3-2

RX

JP8-3

JP3-3

DSR

JP8-4

Ground

Ground

Note: A female DB-9 connector can be soldered to a 4 pin header. Solder pin 1 of the header to the DB-9's pin 2 (and, therefore, pin 4 of the header to the DB9's pin 5). In addition, jumper DB9 pin 6 and 7. Then solder the header to JP8 (lining up pins 1-4). You can then use this DB9 connector as a programming connector. Alternately, you can solder a right angle header to a DB9 and connect it to JP3 (pins 1 to 4) for programming. Of course, you could also omit the MAX232 and C1 to C4 and then make connections from JP5 and JP6 to JP3.

For the Basic Stamp, you do not need to populate the resonator or R1/T1. In addition, if you connect the board's Vin to the Vin pin of the Stamp, you can omit the power supply.

If you omit IC3 (and C1-C4) you can also wire from JP5-2 to JP3-1, JP5-3 to JP3-2, and JP6-3 to JP3-3 to use J1 as a programming connector.

This configuration will work with any Basic Stamp pin-compatible module (for example, a Javelin Stamp or a Motorola 9S12C32).

Ubicom SX (28 Pin)

First Connection

Second Connection

Notes

JP3-2

Vcc

+5V

JP3-4

Ground

Ground

JP4-20

RST-1

Reset

JP4-19

CLK-1

Clock

JP4-18

CLK-2

Clock

JP4-19 (use IC1 pin 39)

JP8-1

SXKey connection

JP4-18 (use IC1 pin 38)

JP8-2

SXKey connection

Vcc

JP8-3

SXKey connection

Ground

JP8-4

SXKey connection

Note: The SX does not have a dedicated serial port. However, it is possible to connect the RS232 port to any general purpose I/O pins with the appropriate softwater (e.g., a virtual peripheral UART) driving those pins.


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