Stag PPZ Zm2500 Zm2000 Universal Programmer
Programmateur Stag PPZ Zm2500 Zm2000

PPZ Zm2500 Zm2000 resources page
Zm2500

 



Zm2800

Stag Zm2800 Firmware 8.3 (ZIP Archive - 104Kb)

ZM2800 have been tested with StagView and some .DAT files have been updated in StagView 1.5.2

dumps of ZM2000 firmware rev 37

ZM2000 firmware revision 37

All EPROMs are 27256

Checksums are

IC6 3EE6
IC7 41E3
IC8 3486
IC9 5C6E

zm2000_37 (ZIP Archive - 139Kb)

ZM2000 firmware revision 35

dumps of ZM2000 firmware rev 35 (ZIP Archive - 137Kb)

 

new release of stagview software:
Stagview version 1.5.2 which detects the ZM2000 correctly, the program sends a command which should only be valid if the module allows "Set mode" but the Zm2000 implements it even though it can only program one device at a time. This caused Stagview 1.5 to detect it as a 42M101.

 

rev 11 firmware and character generator EPROMs for PPZ mainframe (17Kb- Zip Archive)

ZM2000 firmware

IC6.BIN (16Kb)

IC7.BIN (32Kb)

IC8.BIN (32Kb)

IC9.BIN (32Kb)

Attached are dumps of the 4 chips inside the ZM2000. I noticed that the checksum for IC9 did not match what was written on the chip, but I verified it multiple times and got the same result. My ZM2000 also seems to work fine. Maybe someone made a typo and turned C415 into 3415? C could be mistaken for 3 if someone was verbally saying the checksum.

I also noticed some strings for an "ENGINEERING MODE" in the firmware,
but I don't know how to get into it.


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StagView 1.5.2 13/04/19 New software for stag programmers Stag PP39 , Stag PP42, Stag PP41, Stag PPZ (Zm2500, Zm2000)

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.


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 39M100, 39M101, 39M200 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 68mr00 adapter to read Motorola(Freescale) NMOS Microcontrollers MC68705U3, MC68705R3 Microcontrollers with Zm2500 Module

 

Zm2500 module

The device support for the ZM2500 module is extremely good. It has 2 27C512 EPROMs, IC19 & IC20, and the firmware version is 11 which is later than the ZM2500.DAT files I have seen.

Stag Zm2200 Z-Module - DEVICE.DAT This list also applies to the PPZ / Zm2200/Zm2300 programmers, however not all of the devices listed are supported by these programmers and if such a device is selected then a warning message will be returned by the programmer.

Zm2200 Logic Module supports a wide range of Programmable Logic Devices including PAL*s, IFLs, EPLDs, and GAL*s in 20, 24 and 28-pins in DIP Package. It includes a dedicated ZIF Socket to provide long term Eprom storage of a logic device fuse pattern , test vectors and source code


the PPZ has a 3-position keyswitch under a flap.
I am not sure what the difference is between position 1 & 2 (I am guessing that it selects between development mode and production mode ?) but position 3 enables remote mode(instead of SET 2 command on PP3X &PP4X). The keyswitch position seems to be detected only at power on.

key which may be the same for all PPZs, it is marked TOK9 on both switch & key. If the key is missing then 2 pins can be shorted on the connector inside to duplicate the keyswitch.

You may see also :

STAG PP39 resources page

STAG PP38 resources page

STAG PP41 resources page

STAG PP42 resources page

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