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EEVblog #1144 - Padauk Programmer Reverse Engineering

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LovelyA72:
Stock depleting, be quick if you still wanna pick up some PMS150C!

LovelyA72:
There's a new category on Padauk's website called PML series
There are some speculation that it might be a new series of low power (or even single cell battery?) MCU.

spth:
Datasheets for the PML100 have been published. Looks like the L stands for "LED", not "low power", as the PML100 has "One set triple 11bit SuLED (Super LED) PWM generators and timers".
Though operating current at 1 MHz is also 50% lower than for the PMC150. And power save current (stopexe) is much lower than PMC150 (5 µA vs 400 µA). Power down current (stopsys) is slightly higher, though.

P.S.: Interestingly, despite the memory sizes covered by the pdk13 architecture, this is actually a pdk14 device, as we can see from the "ASM_INSTR SYM_85A" in PML100.INC.

Slartibartfast123:
The PFS172/173 series seems to be discontinued and no longer available. The follow up is the PFS122/123 series which only seems to have a 12bit ADC instead of the 8bit ADC. At least the PFS122 is available right now:

https://lcsc.com/search?q=pfs122

Will there be a support in easypdkprog too?

socram:

--- Quote from: Slartibartfast123 on August 18, 2022, 03:36:56 pm ---The PFS172/173 series seems to be discontinued and no longer available. The follow up is the PFS122/123 series which only seems to have a 12bit ADC instead of the 8bit ADC. At least the PFS122 is available right now:

https://lcsc.com/search?q=pfs122

Will there be a support in easypdkprog too?

--- End quote ---
Those look particularly interesting - reading through the datasheet they have a "limited voltage programming mode" where it uses 5.0V volts only, which means a simpler programmer with no voltage shifting shenanigans could be doable.

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