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'[PIC]: Pocket Programmer'
2001\05\14@084809 by Howard Cripe

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I received my Pocket Programmer kit yesterday, and other than a
self-inflicted problem (I put a 16F877 in the zif socket backwards and
tried to program it, which burned out two transistors) it went together and
works great. I tried using the ICSP jack and can't get it to work yet, but
it works fine in standalone mode and with PocketPro software under Win2k. I
will experiment some more with the ICSP interface.

Great job, Tony. This programmer will help since I can now verify
programming at low and high voltages.


Howard Cripe

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2001\05\14@112056 by Roman Black

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Howard Cripe wrote:
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> I received my Pocket Programmer kit yesterday, and other than a
> self-inflicted problem (I put a 16F877 in the zif socket backwards and
> tried to program it, which burned out two transistors) it went together and
> works great. I tried using the ICSP jack and can't get it to work yet, but
> it works fine in standalone mode and with PocketPro software under Win2k. I
> will experiment some more with the ICSP interface.
>
> Great job, Tony. This programmer will help since I can now verify
> programming at low and high voltages.


Is there a final price on the complete
kit yet?
-Roman

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2001\05\14@114445 by jamesnewton

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For .au customers: $174.95 AUS (+ shipping by mail)
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For US customers $88.00 (+ shipping by FedEx)
http://www.piclist.com/techref/microchip/devprogs.htm#pocket

I'm still waiting to see who will be the first to "tweak" the source and add
some additional capabilities. In fact, a banner on all the site pages for a
month, a write up, links and "attaboy" (or "attagirl") to the first
contributor of any extension or bug fix to the open source and...

...$100 plus all of the above on the
http://www.sxlist.com
site to the first person who adds the ability to program any Ubicom SX
controllers.

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2001\05\14@165519 by Howard Cripe

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I got the ISCP interface working this morning. The ICSP cable needs to be
wired as follows:

Pocket      ICSP
  1          5
  2          6
  3          3
  4          4
  5          1
  6          2

In other words, the pin 1,2 pair needs to be swapped with the 5,6 pair.
This is not a straight reversal, where 1 goes to 6, 2 goes to 5, etc.

Using this cable, I have successfully read, erased and programmed a 16F877
in-circuit.

As far as I can tell, the programmer is fully functional now.

Howard Cripe

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2001\05\15@221313 by Tony Nixon

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James Newton wrote:

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> I'm still waiting to see who will be the first to "tweak" the source and add
> some additional capabilities. In fact, a banner on all the site pages for a
> month, a write up, links and "attaboy" (or "attagirl") to the first
> contributor of any extension or bug fix to the open source and...

The next stage of my development is to integrate functionality similar
to the "Engine" into it so as well as portabillity you can design and
use your own programming algorithms.

There has been some interest in the Windows source code as well so it
can be transformed into UNIX, MAC, DOS or whatever. I can supply this on
the web site, but it uses a proprietry serial interface unit which I
cannot "share" around. That means the person converting the code to
another OS needs to have thier own interface available. My code was
written in Pascal (Delphi).


There was a bug reported that the 16C74 fuse did not dissassemble. The
problem turned out to be that I incorrectly pasted the chip data from an
earlier file which has incorrect fuse data delimiters in it.

The data is seperated by "+" chars not ":" (colon) chars as was placed
in these two chip entries.

I have ammended the file and it is available seperately on the Pocket
web page.



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