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2002\01\24@130521 by Graham North

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Hi,

I require an emulator for a 16C65A. Could someone help me and let me
know what my options are.
The thing needs to be upgradable so that it can be used with other pics
in the future.

As always the budget is limited, and I need to put in my requirment
before the end of the month.

Thanks

Graham North
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2002\01\24@135121 by Jennifer Loiacono

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Check out http://www.phyton.com.  They seem to offer the best package for the
money.  If you want to use the emulator again for a different PIC with a
different package type/size, you will have to buy a different socket adapter
(typically $100-$200) that is compatible with that PIC.

I suggest *calling* Phyton with your requirements - they are flexible and
easy to work with.  If you specify your needs but state that you have a
maximum budget, they will usually give you a discount or offer an item free
so that your budget, if reasonable, is not exceeded.

However, if you want a complete emulator package from ANYONE, expect to
spend $2000.

Jen

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2002\01\24@171342 by Matt Pobursky

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I use and like Advanced Transdata's RICE17A emulator. They are
compact, modular, reasonably priced (for a full featured hardware
emulator) and do a few things Microchip's own ICE-2000 can't do
(higher emulation speeds, 3.3V emulation to name a couple). I
also like the IDE for it much better than MPLAB. At about 1/3 the
price of a Microchip ICE-2000 system, I think it's a bargain. The
Advanced Transdata tech support is also very good.

http://www.adv-transdata.com/in_circuit_emulator.htm#RICE17A

Matt Pobursky
Maximum Performance Systems

On Thu, 24 Jan 2002 17:26:11 -0000, Graham North wrote:
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2002\01\24@204408 by Jerry Merrill

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At 12:19 PM 1/24/02, you wrote:

>However, if you want a complete emulator package from ANYONE, expect to
>spend $2000.

Our complete ICE (ClearView Mathias) comes in well under $1000. As does
Transdata's and RF Solution's.  Our's is better of course :)

Check Microchip's web site for their 3rd party guide and the 3rd party
partner lists for links.


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2002\01\25@014729 by dfansler

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I have a ClearView Mathias and would not trade it for anything.  Full speed
emulation available on the 12 & 16 series chips - does not support 17, 18
series, nor (as I understand it) will it ever.  $600 typical for setup for 1
series of processors. After that cost is typically $150.  Check it out at
http://www.tech-tools.com.
David

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2002\01\25@082055 by Tsvetan Usunov

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>Hi,
>
>I require an emulator for a 16C65A. Could someone help me and let me
>know what my options are.
>The thing needs to be upgradable so that it can be used with other pics
>in the future.
>
>As always the budget is limited, and I need to put in my requirment
>before the end of the month.
>
>Thanks
>
>Graham North

check http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk/
IIRC they were cheap. We've bought two ICEPIC Jrs before few years
never had to use them after Microchip released the ICD

Best regards
Tsvetan
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