Problems with ICE200

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Hi,
I´ve resntly got a ICE 200. Emulating programms in the STK 200 is no problem. But the IC´s on the Mainboard get quite warm. I´m using a 9V DC powersupply. Is this normal ?
The second problem is running the selftest. It is no problem running the diagnistic. When I launch the self test a 5 digit serial number is requiered. On the bottom side of the Mainboard thier is a sticker with a 5 digit number. I expect this to be the serialnumber of the emulator. But when running the selftest the error massege "No Emulator connected" is replied. What could be wrong ?
Thank you
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Hi Markus,

Yes, it's normal for the ICE200 to get quite warm. Hot, even.

The serial number prompting suggests that you've called the wrong diagnostics program. Instead of "ICEPRO selftest" you should select "ICE200 diagnostic" from the "Tools" menu.

Best regards,

Morten, AVR tech. support, Atmel FAE

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Thanx,
this was a very stupid mistake of me :-)
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Hi again,

On the matter of the ICE200 getting warm: A 12V DC power supply is not recommended as the power dissipated in the ICE reaches very uncomfortable levels (for the user; the ICE itself is not damaged). A 9VDC supply is the best choice.

Best regards,

Morten, AVR tech. support, Atmel FAE

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