In addition to the software, you will need accessories for work - programmers and connectors.

Ready made and tested accessories can be purchased on the software website.

The figures below show programmers (hardware) and connectors made according to the SPP scheme. This circuit uses inexpensive components and simple installation.

Follow the recommended SSP layout, including color sequence of the wire, when making yourself programmers and connectors.

This will allow you to do everything at once without errors, and if something still doesn’t work out, then it will be easier to diagnose the error.

Kit for RS function (modified USB-UART converter on the FT232RL chip with a colored wire included):

Kit for EP function, as well as for Candy and Atlant.

Modified programmer on the FT232RL chip and connectors:

USBDM programmer device:

Despite the fact that the connectors A1 and A3 have the same pinout, they differ: the A3 plug has a guide pin and is designed to be connected to the end of the board in a socket with a groove. At the same time, connector A1 is more versatile and can replace connector A3 in all cases.

USB cables

USB cables are not included with the programmers. You can buy them at any computer accessories store.

To connect the converter on the FT232RL chip to a computer, you need Mini USB:

To connect a USBDM device to a computer, you need a Type B USB cable:

For more detailed information, see the relevant sections.

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