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'[PIC]: production grade ICSP?'
2001\01\16@165551 by Wynn Rostek

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I've been using MPLAB/MP-ICD for programming our latest product, which uses a PIC16F877. This worked out fine as long as we were building a dozen or two at a time. We are now building 500 at a time. I do not want to spend the rest of my life enabling the watchdog timer, the brown out, etc. What are you guys using for production in circuit serial programming of PIC16f877's?

TIA

Wynn Rostek

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2001\01\16@172702 by Octavio P Nogueira

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You can take a look at ProPic 2 ICP, production mode
in-circuit programmer at http://www.propic2.com


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2001\01\16@175411 by Wynn Rostek

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> You can take a look at ProPic 2 ICP, production mode
> in-circuit programmer at http://www.propic2.com

Octavio,

How safe is it to connect the ProPic to your circuits without powering down
the PC?
How safe is it to power down your circuit after programming without exiting
the ProPic software?

If you power down your circuit after programming it with MPLAB/MPLAB-ICD it
will hang the machine so bad you have to power it off. (Even Ctrl-Alt-Del
doesn't work.) This is what I'm trying to get away from.

Wynn Rostek

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2001\01\16@191806 by mike

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On Tue, 16 Jan 2001 16:54:23 -0500, you wrote:

>I've been using MPLAB/MP-ICD for programming our latest product, which uses a PIC16F877. This worked out fine as long as we were building a dozen or two at a time. We are now building 500 at a time. I do not want to spend the rest of my life enabling the watchdog timer, the brown out, etc. What are you guys using for production in circuit serial programming of PIC16f877's?
You don't need to do all this - the config can be embedded in the hex
file with the __config directive.
I think this works properly in the ICD, doesn't it?

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2001\01\17@020750 by Octavio P Nogueira

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> Octavio,
>
> How safe is it to connect the ProPic to your circuits without powering
down
> the PC?

No problem, since all the signals are off, provide the ProPic 2
software is running.

> How safe is it to power down your circuit after programming without
exiting
> the ProPic software?

No problem at all.

>
> If you power down your circuit after programming it with MPLAB/MPLAB-ICD
it
> will hang the machine so bad you have to power it off. (Even Ctrl-Alt-Del
> doesn't work.) This is what I'm trying to get away from.
>
> Wynn Rostek

This is because the MPLAB-ICD takes the supply from your circuit.

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