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'[PIC]: Which programmer should I build?'
2002\12\04@170947 by Dave Muhlert

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Greetings everyone.  I have just finished one semester of Assembly
programming with PICs, in particular the 18f452.

I am interested in building a PIC programmer for my own use but I am
overwhelmed by the number of choices.  I would like to be able to program a
variety of devices (not necessarily the 18f452, that's just the one we use
at school) since I don't know of any specific applications I am going to
use it for.

Does anybody have any suggestions for me?  I would like the programmer to
be simple/cheap, and it must have some decent software it will work
with.  Thanks for your help.

-Dave Muhlert

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2002\12\04@174600 by cdb

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I use Crownhill in the UK to buy chips - very competitive on price
and if you're in the I must buy 300 plus at a time bracket very cheap
indeed.

Colin
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2002\12\04@203712 by Jai Dhar

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I recommend the Trivial High or Low Voltage Programmer (TLVP/THVP) made by
Byron Jeff. I have made both versions myself, and personally feel that they
work extremely well. I have had success with the 16f628 and the 16f877. The
877 seems like a good chip to use if you do'nt really have a specific
application in mind. I'm pretty sure the programmer can support more chips tho
as long as you modify it a tad. For software, David Tait's FPP works quite
well with it, and if your a linux fan, there is picprg for it. Anyway, its all
on the site

http://www.finitesite.com/d3jsys/

Good luck

Jai

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2002\12\04@205816 by Dave King

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>Quoting Dave Muhlert <davemspamKILLspamDRLASER.ORG>:
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> > Greetings everyone.  I have just finished one semester of Assembly
> > programming with PICs, in particular the 18f452.
> >
> > I am interested in building a PIC programmer for my own use but I am
> > overwhelmed by the number of choices.  I would like to be able to program a
> > variety of devices (not necessarily the 18f452, that's just the one we use
> > at school) since I don't know of any specific applications I am going to
> > use it for.
> >
> > Does anybody have any suggestions for me?  I would like the programmer to
> > be simple/cheap, and it must have some decent software it will work
> > with.  Thanks for your help.
> >
> > -Dave Muhlert

Have a look at http://www.qkits.com/  they sell quite a few programmer kits.
It's Canadian so the prices are pretty reasonable. For example you can buy
one kit that does the 8 and 18 pin pics for $9.US. I bought a Kit96 which
I paid $17 for and uses PicAll (which I need to get registered.) but with
that combo it does most pics and the avrs.

Dave

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2002\12\05@022509 by Wouter van Ooijen

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read http://wwwvoti.nl/swp section on programmers?

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2002\12\05@075033 by Vasile Surducan

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or take a look with your left eye at:
http://www.geocities.com/vsurducan/electro/PIC/intro.html

regards,
Vasile


On Thu, 5 Dec 2002, Wouter van Ooijen wrote:

> read http://wwwvoti.nl/swp section on programmers?
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