ATA8510 EEPROM programming

How to store the configuration on the Microchip AVR ATA8510 EEPROM memory

The binary files provided here are royalty free but unfortunately it is impossible to provide their source code due to the Microchip policy applied on these devices. The full information are available under NDA directly from Microchip so please contact your sales representative to know how to have them.

Where to get the binary file

The ready-to-use binary files called "configurations" are available from this page:

Install Atmel Studio 7.0

Install Atmel Studio 7.0 on your PC starting from this page:

ICE programmer hardware setup

Plug the programmer tools as shown below:

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Yarm development kit full edition

All you need to evaluate the YARM radio module:

  • 2 YARM modules
  • 2 YARM-DEV modules with Antenna
  • 1 Atmel ICE Basic programmer/debugger
  • 1 YARM 2 ICE adapter
  • 3 Flat cables
  • 2 MicroUSB data cables
  • 4 14 pin header (female) pitch 2.54mm
  • 4 14 pin socket (male) pitch 2.54mm
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On the YARM-2-DEV adapter switch the MCU selector to the AVR possition.

Launch Atmel Studio 7 and select Tools -> Device Programming, then follow these steps to load the configuration inside the ATA8510 EEPROM

Links

To getting started with Atmel Studio 7 and YARM read this article: