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2008\04\07@120924 by Martin

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I need an ICD2 cable - RJ12 6 conductor wire straight through, about 6"
long. Is there a place to get one of these for a reasonable price? I'd
rather not have to buy a crimper for 1 cable.
Thanks,
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Martin

2008\04\07@123315 by Bob Axtell

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Martin wrote:
> I need an ICD2 cable - RJ12 6 conductor wire straight through, about 6"
> long. Is there a place to get one of these for a reasonable price? I'd
> rather not have to buy a crimper for 1 cable.
> Thanks,
> -
> Martin
>  

I'll  make up two 6" straight-thrus for you tonight. Offline, send me an
address.

--Bob

2008\04\07@123342 by Funny NYPD

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come to my site,
http://www.auelectronics.selfip.com/Hardware-CB0703.htm

RJ12 6 pin Standard
Cable
CBL-RJ12-STD
$2.99
USD

The $2.99 RJ12 6-pin standard cable should meet your requirement.

Funny N.
Au Group Electronics, New Bedford, MA, http://www.AuElectronics.selfip.com

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From: Martin <spam_OUTmartinTakeThisOuTspamnnytech.net>
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Sent: Monday, April 7, 2008 12:08:42 PM
Subject: [AD] wanted ICD2 cable

I need an ICD2 cable - RJ12 6 conductor wire straight through, about 6"
long. Is there a place to get one of these for a reasonable price? I'd
rather not have to buy a crimper for 1 cable.
Thanks,
-
Martin

2008\04\07@132417 by Bob Axtell

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Probably faster from Funny, Martin.
Let me know.

--Bob A
xtell

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2008\04\07@142236 by Martin

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But he's in New Bedford, and I'm in Bedford, I don't know if I can trust
the south shories. :-)
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Martin

Bob Axtell wrote:
> Probably faster from Funny, Martin.
> Let me know.
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> --Bob A
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2008\04\07@182704 by Funny NYPD

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Greetings, Martin,
The package has been shipped this afternoon and you should be able to get them within two business days.
True. Bedford and New Bedford are two different locations in Massachusetts. It is only about 70 miles, to drive there from the south coast of New Bedford, it probably takes two hours if count the heavy traffic when passing west Boston. My wife did some Sputtering deposition training in Bedford before. It took her almost 3 hours during the morning rush hour.

Please let me know if you have further questions or concerns.

Funny N.
Au Group Electronics, New Bedford, MA, http://www.AuElectronics.selfip.com

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From: Martin <EraseMEmartinspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTnnytech.net>
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Subject: Re: [AD] wanted ICD2 cable

But he's in New Bedford, and I'm in Bedford, I don't know if I can trust
the south shories. :-)
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Martin

Bob Axtell wrote:
> Probably faster from Funny, Martin.
> Let me know.
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> --Bob A
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2008\04\08@102011 by Howard Winter

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Martin,

On Mon, 07 Apr 2008 12:08:42 -0400, Martin wrote:

> I need an ICD2 cable - RJ12 6 conductor wire straight through, about 6"
> long.

I don't want to rain on your parade (especially as people are volunteering to send you the cable) but I thought an ICD2 cable crossed over (pin 1 at one end to pin 6
at the other, etc).  I could be wrong, but it's worth checking!  

(I would check mine but since I use PICkit2 these days, I don't know where it is!)

Cheers,


Howard Winter
St.Albans, England


2008\04\08@105710 by Martin

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I should have checked. It wouldn't be the first time I've had to hack up
a cable.

Thanks.
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Martin

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2008\04\08@113216 by Funny NYPD

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Greetings, Martin and Howard,
Somehow Microchip released the PICKit2 ICSP pin-out on the opposite way of the ICD2. That's why you need order a special board from Microchip to convert those 6 pins to be compatible with any board developed for ICD2.

We know this when my group were designing the BB0703 (PICki2), we sure have a long internal debate. But finally we went the way the PICKit2 does.

So, this is a know issue. The ICD2 is using a RJ12 standard cable.
On our design, the BB0703 (PICkit2) can directly connect to any board developed for ICD2 with a RJ12 reverse cable. This has been also know to many of our customers.

So, don't worry, Martin should have a correct cable for his ICD2.

One of my web tutorial showed how to use the BB0703 and a piece of RJ12 reverse cable to program DIP package PIC chips on breadboard.

http://www.auelectronics.com/Q8.htm

Regards,

Funny N.
Au Group Electronics, New Bedford, MA, http://www.AuElectronics.com

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2008\04\09@100832 by Martin

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I can confirm that the straight cable does indeed work for the ICD2.
Funny, any reason why you used solid rather than stranded wire?
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Martin

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2008\04\09@110605 by Funny NYPD

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Greetings, Martin,
It is good to hear that you got the package and everything works.
I personal don't think there is a particular reason to use solid wire rather than stranded wire. They should both work with respect RJ12 connectors.
The solid one does appear to be stiff comparing with the stranded wire.
One more point is the conductor core size, the 24 AWG wire we are using provides better conduct performance than 26 AWG wire, but again it appears to be stiff when it is as short as about 6 inches.

Regards,

Funny N.
Au Group Electronics, New Bedford, MA, http://www.AuElectronics.com

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