Where are there a "clean" mega324 datasheet

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Now it really start to irritate me with all the cut and paste errors in the combined datasheet for mega164 324 644
Are there a place where there are a old datasheet with only the mega324 can be downloaded ?

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Now it really start to irritate me with all the cut and paste errors in the combined datasheet for mega164 324 644

LOL. I suppose that is true. I've found the giant "omnibus" datasheets for that family and the Mega48 family to be useful.

As the '324 datasheet is probably a cut/paste from similar models, do you really think it would be better?

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Are there a place where there are a old datasheet with only the mega324 can be downloaded ?

I don't think there is such an animal. I opened mine, and it is the old copy-protected type so I cannot easily paste info here. But it covers all three models (even though the '644 had its own at one time??).

ATmega164P/V
ATmega324P/V
ATmega644P/V

Preliminary

8011A-AVR-08/06

It is about 4MB. I can zip it and post it somewhere if you really want it.

You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.

I've never met a pig I didn't like, as long as you have some salt and pepper.

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I have a

ATmega164P/V
ATmega324P/V
ATmega644P/V
Preliminary

8011K–AVR–09/08 - 6.4MB

I have pasted the above , but i'm on linux , and it seems i can also paste from the HUGE (24MB)

ATmega164A
ATmega164PA
ATmega324A
ATmega324PA
ATmega644A
ATmega644PA
ATmega1284
ATmega1284P

8272C–AVR–06/11

/Bingo

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I have this data sheet:

ATmega324PA

8152A–AVR–11/08 6.9MB, 384 pages

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

34. Datasheet Revision History
34.1 Rev. 8152A- 11/08

__________ 1. Initial revision (Based on the ATmega164P/324P/644P datasheet 8011K-AVR-09/08 ).
__________ 2. Changes done compared to ATmega164P/324P/644P datasheet 8011K-AVR-09/08:
_________________ – New graphics in ”Typical Characteristics” on page 336
_________________ – New ”Ordering Information” on page 369

Stan

Edit: A google search for "8152A–AVR–11/08" finds this link, among others,
http://catalog.gaw.ru/project/download.php?id=14595 which appears to be identical to my copy.

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But OP doesn't >>want<< the omnibus datasheet.

And as I noted I have the earliest version of doc8011. "Old" versions (but perhaps not the A) can be found with a Google search for doc8011.

You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.

I've never met a pig I didn't like, as long as you have some salt and pepper.

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ATmega324PA 8152A–AVR–11/08

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ATmega324PA 8152A–AVR–11/08

Indeed--I have all kinds of AVR datasheets downloaded, but I must have missed that Atmel "forked" from doc8011 to this series (where doc8152 is apparently the '324 version) before the "white" doc8272:
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ATmega164A
ATmega164PA
ATmega324A
ATmega324PA
ATmega644A
ATmega644PA
ATmega1284
ATmega1284P

8272A–AVR–01/10
...
34. Datasheet Revision History

34.1 Rev. 8272A - 01/10
1. Initial revision (Based on the ATmega164PA/324PA/644PA/1284P datasheet 8252G-AVR-11/09 and on the ATmega644 datasheet 2593N-AVR-09/09)


So how does doc8252 relate to your doc8152? ;) sigh. and lol. Digging...

You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.

I've never met a pig I didn't like, as long as you have some salt and pepper.

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Wait a minute... ;) The doc8152 A you posted is dated 11/08 and is for the PA.

It isn't clear whether sparrow2 is after the P/V or PA version. :twisted.

From my "inventory":

Date    Doc      Rev      Models
08/06   8011     A        164P/V 324P/V 644P/V
10/06   8011     C        164P/V 324P/V 644P/V
02/07   8011     D        same
08/07   8011     G        same
10/09   8011     N        same
01/10   8272     A        164A/PA 324A/PA 644A/PA 1284/P
  note this is the "white" version, 8MB
06/11   8272     C        same

As the doc8152A is 11/08, then there indeed was a series of individual datasheets for the A models when they first came out?

So sparrow2 needs to tell us which flavour he needs.

You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.

I've never met a pig I didn't like, as long as you have some salt and pepper.

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As the doc8152A is 11/08, then there indeed was a series of individual datasheets for the A models when they first came out?

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ATmega164PA
ATmega324PA

8152B–AVR–02/09
...
32. Datasheet Revision History

32.1 Rev. 8152B- 02/09

1. Updated ”Features” on page 1 by inserting ATmega164PA device and updated the whole datasheet accordingly.
2. Updated ”Overview” on page 5.
3. Inserted ”Comparison Between ATmega164PA and ATmega324PA” on page 6.
...

You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.

I've never met a pig I didn't like, as long as you have some salt and pepper.

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I think they use the same person to do the Atmel website and the data sheets. The cut and paste is rampant.

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Hi again
I don't care about P A etc. I don't use it.
I just get so pis¤#%%& that a company at Atmel
don't care about getting the corrected the datasheets
the newest version removed 1284, but there are still errors, I guess they have had a school kid to do it, (for sure not a engineer).
I will try to find 8152A if not on the net then perhaps on a CD
update the link worked
Thanks

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I will try to find 8152A

sbennett gave a link above

You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.

I've never met a pig I didn't like, as long as you have some salt and pepper.

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Earliest one I could find:
http://web.archive.org/web/20051...

The product page was crawled on 2005-10-22, but the PDF of the datasheet linked therein has the following footer:
2593A–AVR–06/05
This is the initial revision.

It was always a combined datasheet for the 164/324/644. The 'omnibus' datasheet which added the 1284 came later.

The above link has a drop-in panel at the top (inserted by the wayback machine) that let's you find more recent versions of the product page, but at some point it will break as the web product id for the 324 was changed. You can always just start at archive.org and look at archived copies of atmel.com at any point in time.

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