L2: i can't find the ordered par but the mark says 330 this should be 33µH
the resistors R9 and R10 are not mixed up
I just noticed that the capacitors c5 and c6 have the inscription 221, this should correspond to 220 pF, according to the wiring diagram 22 pF is required (220). But I wonder if this could be the reason if the Atmel does not get a clean reference clock.
The coils seem okay to me, as long as you are sure you have the 33uH in the low voltage circuit and the 100uH in the high voltage circuit.
Those 220pF / 22pF capacitors can definitely make a difference in the quality of the crystal cpu clock. I have never experimented to see how much of a difference using the wrong caps makes but I strongly suggest you put in 22pF. This may or may not make a difference to your power problem, but when any part is 10 times the specified value it is suspect! In the past we have heard of strange random behavior caused by problems with the crystal and its loading caps.
Look into it later when the dust is clearing off the crater.
The capacitors are exchanged, unfortunately the board still behaves the same.
The error must be somewhere in the HV circuit. The HV starts at 40V and rises slowly to about 150V. Then the current consumption is 500mA and it starts to make noise. Here I stopped, I set the current limitation to 500mA. I have as said no load on the board.
i have no idea. Either C1 is defective or it's because of the atmel. I have compiled the program in d Arduino ide and transferred the hex file using (STK500 and ISP). Can I test if the Atmel works correctly? Can I check something via the Wlan module?