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2005\10\03@021055 by Pang

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Hi all,

If there are anyone out there that has a working
PIC16F874A programmer, please share it with me.

Or if anyone has used the Pony Prog and successfully
program the above, please share your information with
me.

I have built the Pony Prog but it is not working...I
am using an external 15V with a typical LM7805. Any
ideas?

Attached is the circuit.

Thanks!

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2005\10\03@023211 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> If there are anyone out there that has a working
> PIC16F874A programmer, please share it with me.

A few Wisp628's, a PS+, some ICD2's. I guess Olins stuff will work too.
What's the problem?

> Or if anyone has used the Pony Prog and successfully
> program the above, please share your information with
> me.

Oooh, you want to get a no-brains programmer to work? Does it work with
any 16F87xA chip, does it support the -A algorithm?

> Any ideas?

get a serious programmer?

Wouter van Ooijen

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2005\10\03@080429 by olin piclist

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Pang wrote:
> If there are anyone out there that has a working
> PIC16F874A programmer, please share it with me.

My EasyProg (http://www.embedinc.com/products) supports the 16F874A.  The
Wisp628 might also, but I haven't checked.


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2005\10\03@085541 by Xiaofan Chen

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Both Olin's EasyProg and Wisp628 supports 16F87xA. I checked both. ;-)

Regards,
Xiaofan

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