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02/12/12 23:58
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#185858 - 89LP52
Hello,
I can't program my 89LP52. I've tried it with my programmer, chinese ebay STK500, works absolutely perfect with the 89S52, 51.
I write the asm code with Crimson freeware editor- nice, compile it with A51.exe using dos (A51 test1.asm) then program the hex file, (or obj file), with AvrStudio4 (test.obj). I have an ISP connector wired on my test (synth) board .
It's a beautiful setup, too bad AVRStudio didn't include the 89 atmel series, 89S51,2 as well as the 89LP52 in their software. AVR studio 5 doesn't even list any atmel 89 series. So I can't write and compile with avrstudio4, but I can program the hex file with it.
This all works perfect, but the 89LP52 does 20 mips compared to 1 or 2 for the 89S52. I cannot find one programmer anywhere on the internet that even mentions the 89LP52.
Does anybody out there know how I can program the 89LP52?
Hasn't anyone else ever run into this problem?
R

List of 42 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
89LP52      Rick Gebhardt      02/12/12 23:58      
   Drop In Replacement??      Michael Karas      02/13/12 00:15      
   Always give full part numbers!      Andy Neil      02/13/12 00:52      
      STK500, AVRStudio et al.      Jan Waclawek      02/13/12 01:55      
         Officially recommended      Per Westermark      02/13/12 02:51      
      AT89LP Developer Studio      Michael Karas      02/13/12 09:55      
         LP ISP Studio      Jan Waclawek      02/13/12 11:12      
   Reset?      Per Westermark      02/13/12 01:15      
      hitting the nail on the head?      Erik Malund      02/13/12 07:10      
         'LP5x accepts both polarities of reset      Jan Waclawek      02/13/12 07:47      
            How?      Per Westermark      02/13/12 07:55      
               Care to read the fine manual, Per? :-)      Jan Waclawek      02/13/12 07:59      
                  don't know about Per, I would not ....      Erik Malund      02/13/12 09:10      
                  Information can sometimes be hidden      Per Westermark      02/13/12 09:13      
               Here is How!!      Michael Karas      02/13/12 09:01      
   Program      JecksonS Ben      02/13/12 01:58      
      UART-ISP? I doubt it.      Jan Waclawek      02/13/12 05:24      
         Uart-SPI      JecksonS Ben      02/14/12 03:34      
            UART bootloader      Jan Waclawek      02/14/12 12:46      
               UART bootloader      Erik Malund      02/14/12 13:13      
               already inside      JecksonS Ben      02/15/12 03:10      
                  IAP don't mean boot loader exists      Per Westermark      02/15/12 04:47      
                     IAP for flash      JecksonS Ben      02/16/12 01:21      
                  two mistakes      Erik Malund      02/15/12 10:12      
                     ISP sometimes supported with zero boot loader      Per Westermark      02/15/12 10:24      
               Atmel..      JecksonS Ben      02/16/12 01:49      
   89LP52      Rick Gebhardt      02/13/12 18:21      
      Thanks for the reply!      Andy Neil      02/14/12 00:46      
      OH, NO        Erik Malund      02/14/12 07:42      
         FLIP is Atmel's PC-side utility for UART bootloaders      Jan Waclawek      02/14/12 12:57      
            FLIP      JecksonS Ben      02/16/12 01:15      
   STK500 RS232 link commands      Jim Granville      02/15/12 22:13      
      yet another choice..      Jim Granville      02/16/12 16:31      
      AT89LP52      Rick Gebhardt      02/21/12 01:35      
      AT89LP52      Rick Gebhardt      02/21/12 01:42      
         Programmers for AT89S and AT89LP        KONSTANTINOS L. ANGELIS      02/21/12 02:16      
            AT89LP52      Rick Gebhardt      02/21/12 23:15      
               AT89ISP      Jim Granville      02/22/12 00:12      
                  I'd be wary      Erik Malund      02/22/12 09:55      
                     way      JecksonS Ben      02/24/12 01:07      
            The very very low cost solution      JecksonS Ben      02/22/12 01:24      
         AT89LP52 options      Jim Granville      02/21/12 02:27      

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