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'[PIC]: Which programmer would you reccomend?'
2001\04\19@004738 by Arpit

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I don't want too pay too much, but I want a nice front end and
reasonable functionality.
Regards, Arpit.

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2001\04\19@042701 by Andy Stephenson

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Check out the Dontronics site - plenty to offer.
       http://www.dontronics.com

       email them if you are unsure.

Rgds...

...Andy

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> I don't want too pay too much, but I want a nice front end and
> reasonable functionality.
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> Regards, Arpit.
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2001\04\19@232222 by Damon Hopkins

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I like my warp 13 I got from http://www.new-elect.com/products.htm

It will program just about everything I'll every need to do and almost
all the PIC (no 17Cxx) but everything else.. it's $100
programs Atmel stuff and scenix as well (never tried it on those)

http://microengineeringlabs.com/products/epic.htm for the epic but I
like the WARP-13 better..

about the same price but it will program the 17C7xx stuff I don't know
about the other brands it will program

there are a few home brew 16F84 programmers out there you can build
yourself but for $100 it's a worthy investment to just buy a real
programmer..

               Damon Hopkins

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> I don't want too pay too much, but I want a nice front end and
> reasonable functionality.
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> Regards, Arpit.
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