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PiCS ICD2 modified PCB + level translator for 3.3v target

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icd2 3.3v target

Hi,

this is a modified pcb layout of PiCS ICD2clone RevB to use idc connector instead
of the jack, and a daughter board base on Teskan's from the other thread.
This works for me just for programming as I have no clue how to debug yet.
BTW female header is use on one end, the daughter board is flipped to mate
with the icd2, led's maybe be soldered on the other side so when the daughter board
is flipped the LED's are on top. Also need to put jumper on vcc* pads.

EDIT: I forgot about the 100ohm resistor like in Teskan's https://www.edaboard.com/ftopic161641-1140.html schematic, I actually
added it later on my pcb, but forgot to change the eagle layout. The only changes was
the addition of R8, I just fixed it.
 

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Re: PiCS ICD2 modified PCB + level translator for 3.3v targe

I just wanted to let you know that it's working with debug mode too,
got me blinking some LED and following a tutorial, steps thru the program.

Now, if I really learn how to program, I'd actually get somewhere :)
 

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