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README.md

Xytronic LF-1600 Open Source Firmware

Copyright (c) 2015-2017 Michael Buesch m@bues.ch

Licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or (at your option) any later version.

Selecting the correct firmware hex image:

The hex subdirectory of this package contains various pre-built configurations of the firmware.

  • There are hex images available for legacy (through-hole) boards and newer SMD boards.

  • Images for controller types AtMega-88 (the original controller on legacy through-hole board) or AtMega-88p (the original controller on SMD board) or AtMega-328p (upgrade controller) are available.

  • Images with or without debug support (debug vs. release) are available.

If you don't know which one pick, take either hex/board_legacy/atmega88/release or hex/board_smd/atmega88p/release depending on your board type.

Installing the firmware:

  1. Erase the chip:

If you use avrdude, a command similar to the following can be used:

 `avrdude -B 200 -p m88 -c avrisp2 -P usb -e`

 or

 `avrdude -B 200 -p m88p -c avrisp2 -P usb -e`

 or

 `avrdude -B 200 -p m328p -c avrisp2 -P usb -e`
  1. Set the fuse bits of the AtMega88 to:

LFUSE = %%M88_LFUSE%%

HFUSE = %%M88_HFUSE%%

EFUSE = %%M88_EFUSE%%

Set the fuse bits of the AtMega88p to:

LFUSE = %%M88P_LFUSE%%

HFUSE = %%M88P_HFUSE%%

EFUSE = %%M88P_EFUSE%%

Set the fuse bits of the AtMega328p to:

LFUSE = %%M328P_LFUSE%%

HFUSE = %%M328P_HFUSE%%

EFUSE = %%M328P_EFUSE%%

Note that the original firmware uses different fuses. So this step must not be omitted.

If you use avrdude, a command similar to the following can be used:

 `avrdude -B 200 -p m88 -c avrisp2 -P usb -U lfuse:w:%%M88_LFUSE%%:m -U hfuse:w:%%M88_HFUSE%%:m -U efuse:w:%%M88_EFUSE%%:m`

 or

 `avrdude -B 200 -p m88p -c avrisp2 -P usb -U lfuse:w:%%M88P_LFUSE%%:m -U hfuse:w:%%M88P_HFUSE%%:m -U efuse:w:%%M88P_EFUSE%%:m`

 or

 `avrdude -B 200 -p m328p -c avrisp2 -P usb -U lfuse:w:%%M328P_LFUSE%%:m -U hfuse:w:%%M328P_HFUSE%%:m -U efuse:w:%%M328P_EFUSE%%:m`
  1. Flash the firmware image file xytronic-lf.hex to the program memory of the AtMega88.

If you use avrdude, a command similar to the following can be used:

 `avrdude -B 1 -p m88 -c avrisp2 -P usb -U flash:w:xytronic-lf.hex`

 or

 `avrdude -B 1 -p m88p -c avrisp2 -P usb -U flash:w:xytronic-lf.hex`

 or

 `avrdude -B 1 -p m328p -c avrisp2 -P usb -U flash:w:xytronic-lf.hex`
  1. Write the EEPROM image file xytronic-lf.eep.hex to the EEPROM memory of the AtMega88.

If you use avrdude, a command similar to the following can be used:

 `avrdude -B 1 -p m88 -c avrisp2 -P usb -U eeprom:w:xytronic-lf.eep.hex`

 or

 `avrdude -B 1 -p m88p -c avrisp2 -P usb -U eeprom:w:xytronic-lf.eep.hex`

 or

 `avrdude -B 1 -p m328p -c avrisp2 -P usb -U eeprom:w:xytronic-lf.eep.hex`