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Old 15th June 2010, 02:37 PM   #221
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dear Danzup,

could you send me the direct for the compiler. I have the Genius G540 programmer
does this work..
You can download both archive files from post #18 and post #25 !
In post #25 there are the .hex files for the firmware with stop at +31.5dB .
I do not know that programmer , but I will read the docs of your Genius G540 programmer to see if it has capability of programming Atmel Atmega8515 .
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Old 15th June 2010, 02:45 PM   #222
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Danzup,

sorry, for all i'm new in al of this. have some minor experiance in only solder
it seems that bascom can't compile is not free to use only 4k source so i must buy this
witch is the best to buy?

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Old 15th June 2010, 04:11 PM   #223
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Danzup,

sorry, for all i'm new in al of this. have some minor experiance in only solder
it seems that bascom can't compile is not free to use only 4k source so i must buy this
witch is the best to buy?

Thanks for all.
There are only one variant to buy : Bascom AVR .
Again : you can write the firmware (.hex) without problems and you do not need Bascom ! With pony-prog or another like this .
With free Bascom (that one with limit to 4Kb) you can program the chip from atmel if your programmer is supported by Bascom AVR .
Only if you want the firmware to be edited / modified by you , if you know Bascom language !
Download the firmware from post nr #25 and write to Atmel 8515 !
Do not forget to program also fusenit :"Internal RC 8Mhz oscillator "
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Old 16th June 2010, 05:11 PM   #224
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Dear Danzup,

i have made a hardcopy of the setting for the programmer
i don't no what to select. I have program the 8515 as you say
load the HEX file and program. I only see in the first line
bars on the LCD nothing else check every wire but can not find
any wrong connection. does you software check everything like pin 16 on the processor must be connected.

hereby a hardcopy
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Old 16th June 2010, 06:01 PM   #225
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Dear Danzup,

i have made a hardcopy of the setting for the programmer
i don't no what to select. I have program the 8515 as you say
load the HEX file and program. I only see in the first line
bars on the LCD nothing else check every wire but can not find
any wrong connection. does you software check everything like pin 16 on the processor must be connected.

hereby a hardcopy
Read the 8515 (not the fusebits ! ) with your programmer and put here a print screen please .
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Old 16th June 2010, 06:40 PM   #226
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dear Danzup,

see the files

load hex, program chip, read 8515
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Old 16th June 2010, 06:42 PM   #227
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forgot the files
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Old 16th June 2010, 08:36 PM   #228
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dear Danzup,

i have borrow an PIC programmer for the winPIC-800
could you me the fusebit settings see picture
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Old 17th June 2010, 04:32 AM   #229
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dear Danzup,

i have borrow an PIC programmer for the winPIC-800
could you me the fusebit settings see picture
Ok here are the fusebit that must be altered :
CKSEL 0 = selected
CKSEL 1 = selected
CKSEL 2 = not selected
CKSEL 3 = selected
selected means there be that sign "checked"
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After the fusebits been programed please check connection between LCD and atmega8515 to be exactly as in schematics .
You have something wrong on those lines .
Also please check the contrast potentiometer , begin with cursor at the ground and slowly go to the other extreme .
Also connect and press the on/off switch as my program get in the power off mode after you power the circuit .
Waiting for your input .
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Danzup,

It work !!

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