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'[SX]: Looking for programming header pinouts for M'
2001\07\28@073557 by Neil Gandler

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I have a design that incorperates a PIC microcontroller and
a Ubicom (Scenix) SX series Microcontroller.
For the PIC, the programming interface consists or VPP, Program CLK, Program DAT, GND.
For the SX, the programming interface consists of the 2 OSC pins and GND.
For production purposes, I would like to use the standard pin-out scheme and header type (if a standard actually exists)
that works with most common programmers for these devices. So during production, I can simply interface a programmer for these devices to the target board without any conversion cables. Can anyone refer to some online documentation that spells this out. Thanks

Neil Gandler
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2001\07\28@081354 by Alexey Vladimirov

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28 Jul 01, .....neil_gandlerKILLspamspam@spam@getmai.com writes to All:

ng> I have a design that incorperates a PIC microcontroller and
ng> a Ubicom (Scenix) SX series Microcontroller.
ng> For the SX, the programming interface consists of the 2 OSC pins and =
ng> GND.

VDD also is necessary for the SX programmer/ICE.

ng> For production purposes, I would like to use the standard pin-out
ng> scheme and header type (if a standard actually exists) that works
ng> with most common programmers for these devices.

All known for me SX development tools can be used with this header:
http://www.brouhaha.com/~eric/ubicom/technotes/prog_hdr.html

Some tools use only 4-pin header, some use 6-pin with pin 5 deleted (as a key
to prevent wrong connection).

Alexey

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