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'[PIC]: new to ICD, getting started information'
2002\11\06@161711 by Brooke Clarke

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Hello:

I'm a newbie when it comes to using the In Circuit Debugger (just got ICD2) and
am looking for getting started information.  In particular what are the
constraints on the target circuit?
Resistance between MCLR and +5, is it OK to have RB6 and RB7 connected to the
gate of a HEXFET or do I need to open the connection, what changes do I need to
make in the target software, etc.?

Thanks for any help,

Brooke Clarke

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2002\11\06@162957 by Olin Lathrop

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> I'm a newbie when it comes to using the In Circuit Debugger (just got
ICD2) and
> am looking for getting started information.
> ...
> is it OK to have RB6 and RB7 connected to the
> gate of a HEXFET or do I need to open the connection,

It should be OK to leave them connected, as long as the HEXFETs don't
cause trouble in your circuit if these lines are wiggled.


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