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PonyProg serial device programmer.
PonyProg works also with other simple hardware interfaces like AVR ISP (STK200/300), JDM/Ludipipo, EasyI2C and DT-006 AVR (by Dontronics).
*Not all interfaces are supported in every operating system, binary options broker for binary options more informations look at the documentation.
New untested devices may not work. I'm waiting for the samples to test them.
You may also find useful the PonyProg2000 online documentation.
New GUI probably based on wxWidgets and binary options USB support.
Any contribution are welcome!
SI Prog (Serial port Interface for PonyProg)
The official PonyProg hardware interface. It works with all devices supported by PonyProg. Look here to buy it.
AVR ISP (STK200/300) parallel port interface.
The best way to perform AVR ISP programming. It works even in low voltage systems (3V). To select it choose "AVR ISP I/O" or "AVR ISP API" from the Options - Setup menu and the parallel checkbox. You can connect directly to the target system (ISP) through the 10 pin connector, alternatively you can connect a PonyProg adapter card for AVR, AT89S, SPI eeproms, microwire eeproms and feed external power to the device. "AVR ISP API" on Linux version need the parport, parport_pc and ppdev kernel modules. On Windows2000/XP you have to select "AVR ISP I/O" and use a standard PC LPT port. Note that this interface doesn't support I � CBus devices, use the SI-Prog or EasyI2CBus interface instead.
The STK200/300 official dongle is provided by Kanda.
Some people suggest me improvements to the original STK200 dongle. For the discussion look here.
Here are the improved schematics.
AVR ISP with STK200/300 pinout (connect it to STK200/300 eva board) Click here to enlarge.
AVR ISP with SI-Prog pinout (connect it to SI-Prog AVR adapter boards) Click here to enlarge.
Ludipipo and binary options JDM interface.
PonyProg support ludipipo and binary options broker JDM interface to program PIC16x84. To select it choose "JDM I/O" from the Options - Setup menu and the serial checkbox. If you use Linux or experiment problems select "JDM API".
How to connect 24Cxx eeproms to JDM programmer:
Easy I�C Bus interface.
To select it choose "Easy I2CBus" from the Options - Setup menu and the parallel checkbox. "AVR ISP API" on Linux version need the parport, parport_pc and ppdev kernel modules. On Windows2000/XP you have to select "AVR ISP I/O" and use a standard PC LPT port.