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2000\05\25@103852 by Jim P

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Jim P wrote:

Cutting to the quick:

A) Using the Warp-13, how are 8-pin parts programmed?

B) ... the 18-pin and 28 pin parts?

Background:

Note that the Warp-13 product page 'board' imge (picture)
shows a 40-pin ZIF socket - there are also two unpopulated
sockets: an 18-pin and a 28-pin.

What are the functions of the 18/28 pin sockets?


Further background - I've included the parts the Warp-13
will program from the: http://www.new-elect.com/products.htm
Warp-13 page:


WARP-13 WILL PROGRAM THESE PICS

(Yes, this is meant to be ALL of them! Did we forget any?)

PIC16C52 • PIC16C55 • PIC16C57 • PIC16C54 • PIC16C55A • PIC16C57C •
PIC16C54A • PIC16C56 • PIC16CR57B • PIC16C54B • PIC16C56A • PIC16CR57C •
PIC16C54C • PIC16CR56A • PIC16C58A • PIC16CR54A • PIC16C58B •
PIC16CR54B • PIC16CR58A • PIC16CR54C •
PIC16CR58B PDIP, SOIC*, Windowed CERDIP

16HV540

(All the above PICs require either the 18-pin Zif or 28-pin auxilary ZIFs to
be fitted.)
(Many PIC programmers don't program ANY of the above devices)

18C242, 18C252, 18C442, 18C452 (With MPLAB only)

16C770, 16C771*, 16C773, 16C774

16C712, 16C716, 16C717


12C508, 12C508A, 12CE518, 12C509, 12C509A, 12CE519
12C671, 12C672, 12CE673, 12CE674
16C505
16C554, 16C554A, 16C556A, 16C558, 16C558A
16C61, 16C62, 16C62A, 16C62B, 16C63, 16C63A, 16C64, 16C64A, 16C65,
16C65A, 16C65B, 16C66, 16C67, 16C66A, 16C67A
16C620, 16C621, 16C622, 16C620A, 16C621A, 16C622A, 16CE623, 16CE624,
16CE625
16C641, 16C642, 16C661, 16C662
16C707, 16C71, 16C710 (was 16C70), 16C711 (was16C71A), 16C712, 16C715,
16C716, 16C717, 16C72, 16C72A, 16C73, 16C73A, 16C73B, 16C74, 16C74A,
16C74B, 16C74C, 16C76, 16C77, 16C76A, 16C77A
16F83, 16C84, 16F84, 16F84A , 16F873, 16F874, 16F876, 16F877
16C923#, 16C924#
14C000*

 (In fact, all PICS except the 17Cxx family)
  * = DIP PART, ADAPTER REQUIRED
  #ISP or PLCC ADAPTER REQUIRED

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2000\05\25@104829 by Ravi Pailoor

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Run the warp 13 driver and click on WHERE PIC. You will get a picture.

The blank unpopulated areas are for the 16C5x 18 pin and 28 pin parts.

Pailoor

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2000\05\25@230706 by Jim Robertson

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At 08:22 PM 5/25/00 +0530, you wrote:

Thank Ravi, this is right on. The 28-pin Zif is only for the 16C55/57 and
the 18-pin ZIF does the 16C52/4/56/58 and on some firmware vintages the
24C, 25C, 93C and 59C serial eeproms.

BTW. Anyone can download the software driver and HELP file from my web page
if
they are interested further.

http://www.new-elect.com/downloads.htm

Regards,

Jim

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Regards,

Jim Robertson
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