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atxmega32a4u programming manual

Started by Hul Tytus March 15, 2013
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atxmega32a4u programming manual

	The programming manual for Atmel's atxmega(16,32,64,128)a4u is, hopefully, 
hidding. Is anyone here familiar with this device - it's the recent xmega with 
an on board usb channel. Atmel's web site shows a 21 MB pdf manual, but it's 
mostly "overviews", electrical data, and 200 pages of graphs - no programming 
data. 
	Mouser has reportedly been shipping these since August of last year so 
there is most likley some data somewhere. Anyone seen it?

Hul
Hul Tytus wrote:
> The programming manual for Atmel's atxmega(16,32,64,128)a4u is, hopefully, > hidding. Is anyone here familiar with this device - it's the recent xmega > with an on board usb channel. Atmel's web site shows a 21 MB pdf manual, > but it's mostly "overviews", electrical data, and 200 pages of graphs - no > programming data. > Mouser has reportedly been shipping these since August of last year so > there is most likley some data somewhere. Anyone seen it?
This page <http://www.atmel.com/devices/atxmega32a4u.aspx?tab=documents> leads to <http://www.atmel.com/Images/Atmel-8331-8-and-16-bit-AVR-Microcontroller- XMEGA-AU_Manual.pdf> Does that help? Mel.
On 3/15/2013 2:55 PM, Hul Tytus wrote:
> comp.arch.embedded > atxmega32a4u programming manual > > The programming manual for Atmel's atxmega(16,32,64,128)a4u is, hopefully, > hidding. Is anyone here familiar with this device - it's the recent xmega with > an on board usb channel. Atmel's web site shows a 21 MB pdf manual, but it's > mostly "overviews", electrical data, and 200 pages of graphs - no programming > data. > Mouser has reportedly been shipping these since August of last year so > there is most likley some data somewhere. Anyone seen it? > > Hul >
Hidden only from you. You should not continue on this course of action. Give up !! You are not entitled to understand how to use the web or any of its actions. Good Bye. H
I'll give it a try Mel.

Mel Wilson <mwilson@the-wire.com> wrote:
> Hul Tytus wrote: > > The programming manual for Atmel's atxmega(16,32,64,128)a4u is, hopefully, > > hidding. Is anyone here familiar with this device - it's the recent xmega > > with an on board usb channel. Atmel's web site shows a 21 MB pdf manual, > > but it's mostly "overviews", electrical data, and 200 pages of graphs - no > > programming data. > > Mouser has reportedly been shipping these since August of last year so > > there is most likley some data somewhere. Anyone seen it?
> This page
> <http://www.atmel.com/devices/atxmega32a4u.aspx?tab=documents>
> leads to
> <http://www.atmel.com/Images/Atmel-8331-8-and-16-bit-AVR-Microcontroller- > XMEGA-AU_Manual.pdf>
> Does that help?
> Mel.
Mel - your suggestion worked for the atxmeg32a4 but not for the 
atxmega32a4u. Close. I'm guessing the ...a4 documentation is being used 
with the ...a4u device, which would explain the a4u sales reported.
At the least, that manual may serve as a starting point... 

Hul

Mel Wilson <mwilson@the-wire.com> wrote:
> Hul Tytus wrote: > > The programming manual for Atmel's atxmega(16,32,64,128)a4u is, hopefully, > > hidding. Is anyone here familiar with this device - it's the recent xmega > > with an on board usb channel. Atmel's web site shows a 21 MB pdf manual, > > but it's mostly "overviews", electrical data, and 200 pages of graphs - no > > programming data. > > Mouser has reportedly been shipping these since August of last year so > > there is most likley some data somewhere. Anyone seen it?
> This page
> <http://www.atmel.com/devices/atxmega32a4u.aspx?tab=documents>
> leads to
> <http://www.atmel.com/Images/Atmel-8331-8-and-16-bit-AVR-Microcontroller- > XMEGA-AU_Manual.pdf>
> Does that help?
> Mel.
Here you go...

www.mouser.com/ds/2/36/doc8387-48116.pdf




dbr@kbrx.com wrote:
> Mel - your suggestion worked for the atxmeg32a4 but not for the > atxmega32a4u. Close. I'm guessing the ...a4 documentation is being used > with the ...a4u device, which would explain the a4u sales reported. > At the least, that manual may serve as a starting point... > > Hul > > Mel Wilson <mwilson@the-wire.com> wrote: >> Hul Tytus wrote: >>> The programming manual for Atmel's atxmega(16,32,64,128)a4u is, hopefully, >>> hidding. Is anyone here familiar with this device - it's the recent xmega >>> with an on board usb channel. Atmel's web site shows a 21 MB pdf manual, >>> but it's mostly "overviews", electrical data, and 200 pages of graphs - no >>> programming data. >>> Mouser has reportedly been shipping these since August of last year so >>> there is most likley some data somewhere. Anyone seen it? > >> This page > >> <http://www.atmel.com/devices/atxmega32a4u.aspx?tab=documents> > >> leads to > >> <http://www.atmel.com/Images/Atmel-8331-8-and-16-bit-AVR-Microcontroller- >> XMEGA-AU_Manual.pdf> > >> Does that help? > >> Mel. >
Thanks Jim. I'll take a look at that in the morning. 30 megabytes takes a 
while to download.

Hul

Jim Stewart <jstewart@jkmicro.com> wrote:
> Here you go...
> www.mouser.com/ds/2/36/doc8387-48116.pdf
> dbr@kbrx.com wrote: > > Mel - your suggestion worked for the atxmeg32a4 but not for the > > atxmega32a4u. Close. I'm guessing the ...a4 documentation is being used > > with the ...a4u device, which would explain the a4u sales reported. > > At the least, that manual may serve as a starting point... > > > > Hul > > > > Mel Wilson <mwilson@the-wire.com> wrote: > >> Hul Tytus wrote: > >>> The programming manual for Atmel's atxmega(16,32,64,128)a4u is, hopefully, > >>> hidding. Is anyone here familiar with this device - it's the recent xmega > >>> with an on board usb channel. Atmel's web site shows a 21 MB pdf manual, > >>> but it's mostly "overviews", electrical data, and 200 pages of graphs - no > >>> programming data. > >>> Mouser has reportedly been shipping these since August of last year so > >>> there is most likley some data somewhere. Anyone seen it? > > > >> This page > > > >> <http://www.atmel.com/devices/atxmega32a4u.aspx?tab=documents> > > > >> leads to > > > >> <http://www.atmel.com/Images/Atmel-8331-8-and-16-bit-AVR-Microcontroller- > >> XMEGA-AU_Manual.pdf> > > > >> Does that help? > > > >> Mel. > >
Jim - I looked at the pdf file below. Atmel apparantly has split their 
manuals into two volumes; one has programming info, ie a description of 
the registers that can be programmed. The other has "overviews" and 
electrical data and heaps of graphs and a fair bit of filler. The pdf 
below is the later type - no programming data.

Hul

Jim Stewart <jstewart@jkmicro.com> wrote:
> Here you go...
> www.mouser.com/ds/2/36/doc8387-48116.pdf
> dbr@kbrx.com wrote: > > Mel - your suggestion worked for the atxmeg32a4 but not for the > > atxmega32a4u. Close. I'm guessing the ...a4 documentation is being used > > with the ...a4u device, which would explain the a4u sales reported. > > At the least, that manual may serve as a starting point... > > > > Hul > > > > Mel Wilson <mwilson@the-wire.com> wrote: > >> Hul Tytus wrote: > >>> The programming manual for Atmel's atxmega(16,32,64,128)a4u is, hopefully, > >>> hidding. Is anyone here familiar with this device - it's the recent xmega > >>> with an on board usb channel. Atmel's web site shows a 21 MB pdf manual, > >>> but it's mostly "overviews", electrical data, and 200 pages of graphs - no > >>> programming data. > >>> Mouser has reportedly been shipping these since August of last year so > >>> there is most likley some data somewhere. Anyone seen it? > > > >> This page > > > >> <http://www.atmel.com/devices/atxmega32a4u.aspx?tab=documents> > > > >> leads to > > > >> <http://www.atmel.com/Images/Atmel-8331-8-and-16-bit-AVR-Microcontroller- > >> XMEGA-AU_Manual.pdf> > > > >> Does that help? > > > >> Mel. > >
dbr@kbrx.com wrote:
> Jim - I looked at the pdf file below. Atmel apparantly has split their > manuals into two volumes; one has programming info, ie a description of > the registers that can be programmed. The other has "overviews" and > electrical data and heaps of graphs and a fair bit of filler. The pdf > below is the later type - no programming data. > > Hul
Google avr 8331e and it will bring up XMEGA AU manual. That's the programming manual referenced in the document I originally gave you.
> Jim Stewart <jstewart@jkmicro.com> wrote: >> Here you go... > >> www.mouser.com/ds/2/36/doc8387-48116.pdf > > > > >> dbr@kbrx.com wrote: >>> Mel - your suggestion worked for the atxmeg32a4 but not for the >>> atxmega32a4u. Close. I'm guessing the ...a4 documentation is being used >>> with the ...a4u device, which would explain the a4u sales reported. >>> At the least, that manual may serve as a starting point... >>> >>> Hul >>> >>> Mel Wilson <mwilson@the-wire.com> wrote: >>>> Hul Tytus wrote: >>>>> The programming manual for Atmel's atxmega(16,32,64,128)a4u is, hopefully, >>>>> hidding. Is anyone here familiar with this device - it's the recent xmega >>>>> with an on board usb channel. Atmel's web site shows a 21 MB pdf manual, >>>>> but it's mostly "overviews", electrical data, and 200 pages of graphs - no >>>>> programming data. >>>>> Mouser has reportedly been shipping these since August of last year so >>>>> there is most likley some data somewhere. Anyone seen it? >>> >>>> This page >>> >>>> <http://www.atmel.com/devices/atxmega32a4u.aspx?tab=documents> >>> >>>> leads to >>> >>>> <http://www.atmel.com/Images/Atmel-8331-8-and-16-bit-AVR-Microcontroller- >>>> XMEGA-AU_Manual.pdf> >>> >>>> Does that help? >>> >>>> Mel. >>> >
>comp.arch.embedded >atxmega32a4u programming manual > > The programming manual for Atmel's atxmega(16,32,64,128)a4u is,
hopefully,
>hidding. Is anyone here familiar with this device - it's the recent xmega
with
>an on board usb channel. Atmel's web site shows a 21 MB pdf manual, but
it's
>mostly "overviews", electrical data, and 200 pages of graphs - no
programming
>data. > Mouser has reportedly been shipping these since August of last year so >there is most likley some data somewhere. Anyone seen it? > >Hul >
I realize this thread is 2 years old, but a Google search for an ATXMEGA programmer guide lead me here. The posts in this thread did not lead to the docs I was looking for, but eventually I did find it. I believe the original poster was looking for something like this... http://asf.atmel.com/docs/latest/xmegaa/html/index.html --------------------------------------- Posted through http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com