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'[PIC]:Has any one got a warp13a to work with 16F62'
2002\08\08@155337 by Michael Simpson

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I just got a warb13a to use with 18F242 and 18F252 chips.  It works great and is about 4 x faster than the PicStart Plus.

Problem is I cant get it to work with the 16F628.  I have tried everything I even tried the ISP with the PGM lead pulled low and this does not seem to work either.

I cant even get it to read a 16F628.

All I want to know is if any one has got it to work with a 16F628 and what version of firmware and software you are using.

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2002\08\08@205743 by Rick C.

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Works for me. You have to use the 18 pin socket holes on the Warp13a. Programs real fast. No mods, no change to hardware. Using ver 1.05 beta2, firmware RedBack 6.
Rick

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2002\08\08@225803 by Michael Simpson

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They must have broke something in the software or firmware then.  It does
not work with the 18 pin connector.

I am running redback 10a.  and 1.065 software.   OR MPLAB 5.7

I cant get them to return my emails.   If it was not for the fact that the
Picstart + stinks for 18F252 chips I would send the Warp 13 back.  But it
screams on the 18 series chips.

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2002\08\08@231436 by Rick C.

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It may take awhile for them to answer your email. In the mean time, it would
be an interesting test if I sent you the Redback 6 firmware and the earlier
software just to see if it is software, firmware, or if you have a hardware
issue. Unfortunately it only has 18C242/252 listed but at least we could see
where the problem lies. What's interesting is they boast that you can download
their "latest" firmware, but it's RB4 mines RB6. There is no mention of RB10
on the website.
Rick


Michael Simpson wrote:

> They must have broke something in the software or firmware then.  It does
> not work with the 18 pin connector.
>
> I am running redback 10a.  and 1.065 software.   OR MPLAB 5.7
>
> I cant get them to return my emails.   If it was not for the fact that the
> Picstart + stinks for 18F252 chips I would send the Warp 13 back.  But it
> screams on the 18 series chips.
>
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2002\08\08@232721 by A.J. Tufgar

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They worked fone for me after I did this:

http://newfoundelectronics.com/16f62x.htm

Aaron

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2002\08\09@011253 by Michael Simpson

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What version of the firmware and software are you running AJ?

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2002\08\09@054302 by Michael Simpson

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Newfaund E.  Got back to me.   Seems my power supply lacked the umph.  I
swtched to a larger one and it works great.  Guys you got to get this
programmer.

I have to say this the Warp 13 blows the PicStart Plus out of the water with
speed, reliablity and features.  If it were not for the manuals (books) I
would send the PickStart back.   Im not bashing microchip cause I love most
of there products.  But is seems they fall way short on this one.


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2002\08\09@080243 by Rick C.

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Strange....I'm using a 9V 200ma wallwart. The smallest I have and it works fine
on the W13a.
Rick

Michael Simpson wrote:

> Newfaund E.  Got back to me.   Seems my power supply lacked the umph.  I
> swtched to a larger one and it works great.  Guys you got to get this
> programmer.
>
> I have to say this the Warp 13 blows the PicStart Plus out of the water with
> speed, reliablity and features.  If it were not for the manuals (books) I
> would send the PickStart back.   Im not bashing microchip cause I love most
> of there products.  But is seems they fall way short on this one.
>
> {Original Message removed}

2002\08\09@084556 by Sid Weaver

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In a message dated 08/09/2002 08:03:50 Eastern Daylight Time,
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> Strange....I'm using a 9V 200ma wallwart. The smallest I have and it works
> fine
> on the W13a.
> Rick
>

You are asking for trouble.  The WARP needs 12VAC or 16VDC to operate
properly for all chips.

Sid

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2002\08\09@132217 by Michael Simpson

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The newest software has a diagnostic feature that allows you to turn on all
Vdd and Vpp so that you can check them.  I was just not getting enough Vpp
through to the Pic 628 chip.  The 18 series seems to be more tolerant of
lower voltages.  I moved to an 18vDC and it works great.   Also with 10a
firmware I get to use the 40 pin Ziff.

Also the ISP connector works great.  I work almost exclusively with the
flash pics and when I design that baby has to be in circuit.

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2002\08\09@222434 by Rick C.

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Let's see...I just bought a half dozen new 9 volt wall warts. Marked Condor
9volt DC @ 300ma. Put the VOM on the connector (unloaded) and I get 23 volts!
Put my DVM across the connector and get 22.6 volts. Checked the label on the
wall wart just to make sure they weren't 100 vac units. Placed a 33 ohm load
(~300ma) and got 10.9 volts. Placed a 50 ohm load (~200ma) and got 12.8 volts.
Plugged it into the Warp13a and measured across the 220uf filter cap. 18.8
volts..... Not sure how much current the programmed PIC draws when programming
but I think these 9 volt wall warts are within Warp13 specs.
Rick


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