Frequently Asked Questions
How can I find my ICD-S/U revision number?
The product ID on an ICD-S/U can help you determine the chips and voltages supported by that particular revision.
|ICD-S/U Revision Support|
|Product ID #||Any Chip
VDD = 5.0V
|3.0V - 5.0V Chips
VDD = 2.5V - 4.5V
|3.0V Only Chips
|101 - 108||Yes||Yes||Yes||No||No||100||Yes||Yes*||No||No||No||96 - 99||Yes||Yes*||No||No||No||< 96||Yes||No||No||No||No|
* Operation at lower voltages and/or with some loads on pins B6, B7 may be unreliable.
Using CCSLoad to Find the Product ID
- Connect the ICD-S/U to the PC and open CCSLoad.
- On the Device tab, click on the Programmer Info tab in the table.
- The product ID and firmware will be listed in the table.
Using ICD to Find the Product ID
- Connect the ICD-S/U to the PC and open ICD.
- In the status bar at the bottom of the ICD window, check the center field.
- The product ID and firmware will be listed in the format: M.NN Rev #PID
- CCS can upgrade revision 96 - 108 to a 195 for $50 and 193 & 194 to 195 for $25, not including shipping. To upgrade, click here.
- M is the major firmware revision. M must be 2 or higher to support 24-bit parts. Units with version 1 cannot upgrade to version 2 firmware automatically; the unit must be sent back to CCS to be updated.
For more information or additional help about ICD-S/U hardware revisions, contact CCS Technical Support.