51/AVR Microcontroller STC89C52 Development Board Learning Board

Hi,

i have a 51/AVR Microcontroller STC89C52 Development Board Learning Board

how can i use it? because i don't have any documents.

thanks

It only cost $7 and I gather you haven't bought the CPU yet, throw it in the bin an buy an Arduino,

a) it will be built and ready to go,
b) there are a lot of people here that can help.

I doubt there are many members that know anything about that board or the chip it uses (which I assume is a variant of the 8051, so 20th century)


Rob

Graynomad:
It only cost $7 and I gather you haven't bought the CPU yet, throw it in the bin an buy an Arduino,

Only throw the PCB away, keep the ZIF socket and other components as they may come in handy with your arduino.

Yeah good point Riva, the ZIF and other components are worth keeping :slight_smile:


Rob

Iirc, the ATmega8515 is pin-compatible with the 8952. It's not one of the better choices for doing arduino stuff with, though.

There is a recent thread regarding programming at89s51/52

And my own experience with the chip.

http://ernstc.dk/arduino/at89s.html

It has a very limited current capacity (compared with Arduino anyway)

Under steady state (non-transient) conditions, IOL must be externally limited as follows:
Maximum IOL per port pin: 10 mA
Maximum IOL per 8-bit port:
Port 0: 26 mA Ports 1, 2, 3: 15 mA
Maximum total IOL for all output pins: 71 mA

by the way i'm using an arduino uno and i beginner level.
how can i use this board or components with arduino?

pispisikopat:
by the way i’m using an arduino uno and i beginner level.
how can i use this board or components with arduino?

Build a board-duino w/ 328P and use the Zif to construct a dedicated 328P USP programmer. You can construct on prototype or vector board.
http://www.gammon.com.au/forum/?id=11637