I just got my hands on a STK600-TQFP32 dev board.
I need this board to figure out the correct connections between the atmel-ice and the atmega328p-au to program it.
(i know that there are many tutorials for connections between them, but i need to be sure, since i will order a pcb with the atmega328p-au on it, what is costly and will need to be re-programmable on the pcb)
starting of, I want to connect the atmel-ice to the STK600-TQFP32 board. It clearly has a connector for it (ISP/PDI port):
But i dont know the correct polarity of the Atmel ice's pdi port to connect to it (its the first time i use the Atmel-ice as well). I saw this image for the pdi online:
But my pdi doesnt have any numbers on it. I decided to power the Atmel-ice and measure each side with a multimeter.
None of the voltages was 5v, not even 3.3 volts.
I know that this is the first time i am using the Atmel-ice and i should look it up a bit more, but does it make any sense that i cannot see the '5v' anywhere?
Note: I also have in mind that i can buy a pcb with atmega328p-au's footprint, solder it there and do my experiments, but i wanted to try using these tools, since i have them here.