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'[PIC]: has anyone used pic18fx020 yet?'
2002\09\03@153044 by info

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Hi gang
Having problems programming (via ICSP) a pic 18f8620 and 18f8720!
Has anyone here used one?
If so has anyone programmed one and if so how?
Best regards
Scott

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2002\09\03@164050 by Scott Dattalo

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On Tue, 3 Sep 2002, info wrote:

> Hi gang
> Having problems programming (via ICSP) a pic 18f8620 and 18f8720!
> Has anyone here used one?
> If so has anyone programmed one and if so how?

I found with 18f452's that the PICStart+ programmer was unable to power my
board. So I built a special cable that leaves Vcc disconnected, but
connects the other ISP signals to the PS+. I then power my board with it's
own power supply. This may be your problem too.

Scott

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2002\09\03@165606 by info

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On Tue, 3 Sep 2002, info wrote:

> Hi gang
> Having problems programming (via ICSP) a pic 18f8620 and 18f8720! Has
> anyone here used one? If so has anyone programmed one and if so how?

I found with 18f452's that the PICStart+ programmer was unable to power
my board. So I built a special cable that leaves Vcc disconnected, but
connects the other ISP signals to the PS+. I then power my board with
it's own power supply. This may be your problem too.

Scott


Don't think so. Have tried loads of configurations including just having
the 5 wires from the debugger connected to a bare chip.
Scott


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