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2001\07\16@145549 by t F. Touchton

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Need to identify a socket to go with the Pro Mate II to program a 18c452.
Seems as if there are 2 part numbers.. AC164013 and AC164020.  One seems to
be called out as a socket, the other as a socket/module.  Does anyone know
what the difference is, and which one I should be using???


Thanks,

Scott F. Touchton
1550 Engineering Manager
JDS Uniphase

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2001\07\16@152829 by Dan Michaels

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Scott F. Touchton wrote:
>Need to identify a socket to go with the Pro Mate II to program a 18c452.
>Seems as if there are 2 part numbers.. AC164013 and AC164020.  One seems to
>be called out as a socket, the other as a socket/module.  Does anyone know
>what the difference is, and which one I should be using???
>


Is not the 18c242 pin-compatible with the ole 16C73/76, or does it
use different programming pins?

- danM
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2001\07\16@160609 by William Bross

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Scott-

AC164013 is for PLCC 44 pin used to program PIC18C452-I/L
AC164020 is for TQFP 44 pin

And Dan is right in that the 18c242 is compatible with the older 28 pin
c73/76 and it does use the same programming sockets.

Bill

At 03:28 PM 07/16/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>Scott F. Touchton wrote:
>>Need to identify a socket to go with the Pro Mate II to program a 18c452.
>>Seems as if there are 2 part numbers.. AC164013 and AC164020.  One seems
to
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2001\07\16@163943 by t F. Touchton

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Thanks... for some reason we could not dig up that info (is anyone else
having trouble with Microchips website???  Keeps locking up the web
browsers on several computers!!)

Scott F. Touchton
1550 Engineering Manager
JDS Uniphase



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Scott-

AC164013 is for PLCC 44 pin used to program PIC18C452-I/L
AC164020 is for TQFP 44 pin

And Dan is right in that the 18c242 is compatible with the older 28 pin
c73/76 and it does use the same programming sockets.

Bill

At 03:28 PM 07/16/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>Scott F. Touchton wrote:
>>Need to identify a socket to go with the Pro Mate II to program a 18c452.
>>Seems as if there are 2 part numbers.. AC164013 and AC164020.  One seems
to
>>be called out as a socket, the other as a socket/module.  Does anyone
know
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2001\07\16@191347 by Dan Michaels

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Scott F. Touchton wrote:
>Need to identify a socket to go with the Pro Mate II to program a 18c452.
>Seems as if there are 2 part numbers.. AC164013 and AC164020.  One seems to
>be called out as a socket, the other as a socket/module.  Does anyone know
>what the difference is, and which one I should be using???
>


Oops, should have said 18c452 is pin-compatible with the 40-pin
16x74/877, and may work with same programming socket.

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2001\07\16@224705 by Dan Michaels

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Scott F. Touchton wrote:
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>Thanks... for some reason we could not dig up that info (is anyone else
>having trouble with Microchips website???  Keeps locking up the web
>browsers on several computers!!)
>

Scott,

I always try the Digikey catalog first. Much easier to find
"anything" PIC-related.

BTW, if you need a NON-production PLCC adapter, for occasional
programming, and wish to save $130, try here:

http://www.oricomtech.com/plc-adpt.htm

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