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Running PHCC


Running PHCC

to be written.

Firmware Install / Upgrade

First, your PHCC Motherboard must be programmed with the PHCC Firmware Bootloader.

Then you should be ready for PHCC Firmware Upload.

Communication Setup

If you want to test PHCC communications using a terminal program, make sure you use the correct settings.
It is important that you remember that there are two sets of settings:

  1. Bootloader Mode
  2. Firmware Mode

Bootloader Mode Communications Settings

  • 19200 bits/sec
  • 8 data bits
  • no parity
  • 1 stop bit
  • no flow control

or, in short: 19200 8N1 (no XON/XOFF, no RTS/CTS)

Firmware Mode Communications Settings

  • 115200 bits/sec
  • 8 data bits
  • no parity
  • 1 stop bit
  • hardware flow control (RTS/CTS)

or, in short: 115200 8N1 RTS/CTS

Testing your PHCC Setup

Testing PHCC to make sure your boards can communicate with the host PC.

PHCC Motherboard Tips

In order to avoid "jittery" analog inputs, it's recommended that you place jumpers on all the unused analog input channels. Jumpering the ground and signal pins (1 & 2) should be sufficient.


A summary of the most common errors and a possible solution. Take a look for Troubleshooting.