MOS Programmer PP42 Stag
Programmateur MOS EPROM-EEPROM Stag PP42
pp42 resources page
StagView 1.4 New software for stag programmers Stag PP39 , Stag PP42 , Stag PP41, Stag PPZ
This new version of StagView allows the display of up to 10 ports available for use in the Connect dialog, including USB serial devices for Linux which were difficult to use before. There is a logging option in Options/other for anyone interested in the data sent and received; the software has been tested with USB serial cables.
http://baddinsbits.altervista.org/testfirm.html Device programmer test firmware Stag PP38/39, Stag PP40/41/42, GP Industrial Electronics XP640 ; pp4x_1-0.zip which hopefully will detect problems that the standard firmware doesn't. The interface with the display and keypad is very basic but if it gets that far the programmer is probably working ok.
Stag PP42 Manual (PDF - 146 pages - 2.69 MB- Shift Click to download)
Stag PP42 Devices list (PDF -8 pages - 255 Kb - Shift Click to download)
Stag 40M101,41M101,42M101 device support list (PDF- 7 pages - 260Kb)
calibration procedure for Stag PP40 series the self test routines are not in the standard modules but in a special module named "CAT40"
It also explains why the key presses for the PP39 self-test do not work on the PP42
Stag COM1 release 8 Software for use with Stag PP42 programmer connected to the parallel port ( ZIP Archive - 185Kb)
This StagCom rel. 8 works in parallel mode with a 486 pc running
MS-DOS. No other release works in parallel mode, the parallel port hardware
must use open-collector/open-drain control outputs as they are used to send
data back to the pc and a more faster modern pc will not work because of the
critical timing in their parallel protocol.
Stag PP40 Series Manual PP41 Manual (PDF 126 pages - 8.82Mb - Shift Click to download)
parallel port addendum
Stag PP40 Series Maintenance Manual (PDF - 132 pages - 6.21Mb)
Please note that the drawings were probably reduced from A0 or A1 on a photocopier and some were copies already and so are almost unreadable on paper but the parts lists shows the IC types which helps a lot. It doesn't have the drawings for the Serial/Parallel/RAM board
27C64 PP42 base unit firmware IC 14 REV 3.01 C/SUM 374F (Binary - 8Kb)
27C512 42M101 IC11REV 13.1 C/SUM 6CE8 (Binary - 64Kb)
27C512 42M101 REV 16.01 C/SUM BD09 ( Binary - 64Kb)
42M101_16-01.hex (Intel Hex format)
27C64 PP42 base unit IC 14 REV2.0 checksum 3224 (Binary - 8Kb)
27C512 42M101 IC11 REV 12.01 checksum 0952 (Binary - 64Kb)
note that both rear connectors are of the same type but port 1 is serial and port2 is parallel
The later ones must have been made for export as they have 110V/250V selector switches
Archive release 7.1 (ZIP Archive -130Kb) to be used under Win98 in DOS-mode and which works ok to transfer the binary data between the PC and the stag pp39 programmer
Note: all other archives are buggy to transfer the binary data between the PC and the programmer
Software Stag COM1 Last Release (8) (1993) 240Kb Shift-Click to Download (includes 42M100, 42M101 devices list). I have noticed that this release is really buggy for tranmitting binary file from programmer to the P.C. Perhaps it is depending on the firmware revision of the base unit ?
Software StagCom1 Previous Release (3.6) 88Kb (includes 39M200, 39M100, PP38, PP41, PP42, ZM2000, ZM2500, ZM2800 devices list)
Software StagCom1 Previous Release (5.5) 103Kb (includes 39M200, 39M100, PP38, PP41, PP42, ZM2000, ZM2500, ZM2800 devices list)
Software StagCom1 Previous Release (7.1) (1991) 120Kb Shift-Click to Download (includes 39M100, 39M101, 39M200, 41M100, 41M101, 41M102, 41M103, 41M121, 41M200, 42M100, 42M101, PP38, Zm2000, Zm2500, Zm2800 devices list)
Software StagCom1 Previous Release (7.11) (1991) 120Kb Shift-Click to Download (includes 39M100, 39M101, 39M200, 41M100, 41M101, 41M102, 41M103, 41M121, 41M200, 42M100, 42M101, PP38, Zm2000, Zm2500, Zm2800 devices list)
Software StagCom1 Previous Release (7.3) (1992) 116Kb Shift-Click to Download (includes 39M100, 39M101, 39M200, 41M100, 41M101, 41M102, 41M103, 41M111, 41M121, 41M200, 42M100, 42M101, PP38, Zm2000, Zm2500, Zm2800 devices list)
Stag Product Selection Guide (1Mb - Shift-Click to Download)
Stag Software (792Kb - Shift-Click to dowload) or download the 3 commercial brochures in the Other.zip archive ( 1.02Mb)
* To Enter Serial Port Configuration : Press SET 1 then with the arrow keys configure as so for example: BIN 19K2 8 1 --
* To go into Remote Mode: Press SET 2 SET (Note to come out from the remote mode : hold on the Exit key while powering up the programmer)
* To See how much memory you have on your programmer, just press SET 4 ; then if it displays 10000 you have 64Kbyte memory and can program eprom until 27C512 if it displays 20000 then you can program eprom of 128 Kbyte i.e. 27C010 for example ; If it displays 80000 then it means you have a 4Mbit memory expansion board plugged in inside the programmer on the connector DIN41612 32 pins. See below to have the description of this memory card ( 4 Mbit is the maximum capacity of the stag pp39.)
Notice: when you select the module you use : 42M101 for example make sur the
memory size configurated is the same as on your programmer
for example 10000 if you have no memory expansion, 80000 if you have a memory expansion plugged.
* To see the revision of your module and its description , just press SET 6
* Cable to realize : XON-XOFF configuration :
|Sub-D9F(PC)||Sub-D 25M (Stag)|
Data sheets of some components found on the PCB :
- MC6809P Motorola mpu
- Rockwell 19837P-40 Rockwell 10937P-40 Alphanumeric Display Controller
- TDK CD1867N TDK CD-1867N - Converter and Driver for Futaba Fluorescent Display Panels
- EF68B21P EFCIS
You may see also :
STAG PP39 resources page
STAG PP38 resources page
STAG PP41 resources page
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