Pi-SPROG FamilyPi-SPROG One User Guide. - updated 15th January 2017
Pi-Nano User Guide - updated 1st January 2017
Instructions to create 2016-11-25-raspbian-jessie image for Raspberry Pi 2 model B using a wired network connection - updated 1st January 2017
Instructions to create 2016-11-25-raspbian-jessie image for Raspberry Pi 3 model B configured as wireless access point - updated 1st January 2017
SPROG FamilySPROG II Version 3 User Guide
SBOOST II User Guide
SPROG 3 User Guide
SPROG Nano v4 User Guide
Windows 8/8.1/10 Driver Installation Instructions - updated 19th June 2016
Drivers for current products (see below for old products)
WindowsWindows SPROG II version 3 drivers
Windows SPROG 3 drivers
Windows SPROG Nano drivers
MACSPROG II version 3 and SPROG Nano are USB CDC (Communications Class Device) and require no special drivers.
LinuxSPROG II version 3 and SPROG Nano are USB CDC (Communications Class Device) and require no special drivers.
Previous ProductsSPROG Nano User Guide (version 3 and earlier)
SBOOST User Guide
SPROG II User Guide (version 2 and earlier updated January 2012)
SPROG II DCC Decoder Programmer Benutzerhandbuch
SPROG II DCC Dekoder Programmer Brugervejledning
SPROG II Drivers (version 2 and earlier)
You should uninstall any previous versions of the SPROG II drivers before installing the new version. Please read User Guide for installation instructions.
WindowsWindows drivers (including Vista and Windows 7)
Please see the included FTDI installation guides for Vista and Windows 7.
MACSPROG II is known to work with MAC OS, but we can offer only limited support. Our US distributor has compiled a more useful installation guide here
SPROG II uses the FTDI FT232R USB serial interface. MAC OS drivers are available from FTDI. MAC OS driver installation guide is available from FTDI, click here.
LinuxSPROG II is known to work with Linux, but we can offer only limited support. SPROG II uses the FTDI FT232R USB serial interface. Linux drivers (if required by your Kernel) are available from FTDI. Some notes written by a SPROG user are available here.