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'[PIC]:PIC18F452 Availability in the UK'
2002\05\10@175607 by Les Otter

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Hello
Does anyone know where I can get stock of the PIC18F452 chips in the UK?
Either DIP40 or PLCC would be fine.  Microchip UK will not sell direct, and
their regstered stockists have mostly not even heard of it yet!
I have also ordered the PIC18F452 Processor module (PCM18XC1) for the MPLAB
ICE2000 - will take at least 1 month - probably more!
Anyone do next day from the USA?  :-)
Regards
Les Otter

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2002\05\10@181708 by Mark J. Dulcey

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Les Otter wrote:
> Hello
> Does anyone know where I can get stock of the PIC18F452 chips in the UK?
> Either DIP40 or PLCC would be fine.  Microchip UK will not sell direct, and
> their regstered stockists have mostly not even heard of it yet!
> I have also ordered the PIC18F452 Processor module (PCM18XC1) for the MPLAB
> ICE2000 - will take at least 1 month - probably more!
> Anyone do next day from the USA?  :-)

Unfortunately, nobody over here has them, either, so shipping from the
US won't help. Pioneer-Standard has some 18F252 chips in SOIC, if that
helps you at all; they're the only 18F parts in evidence right now.

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2002\05\10@183411 by Dave Mumert

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Hi all
I just got some DIP 18F452 chips from Pioneer last week.  Now if only I
could program them.

Dave

> Unfortunately, nobody over here has them, either, so shipping from the
> US won't help. Pioneer-Standard has some 18F252 chips in SOIC, if that
> helps you at all; they're the only 18F parts in evidence right now.

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2002\05\10@185309 by Les Otter

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Thanks for that.

My Warp-13a s/w (latest version downloaded from Newfound website
http://www.newfoundelectronics.com/ ) shows the 452 as a valid target - and
the newfound website says "coming soon" for 452 support - one of them is
right!  (Don't suppose it matters yet if I cant get the silicon!)
But I will try and see if Pioneer will export some - or see if Microchip UK
has any samples in the meantime.

Les

>I just got some DIP 18F452 chips from Pioneer last week.  Now if only I
>could program them.

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2002\05\10@220319 by Peter Anderson
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Although the WARP-13 desktop software may include the
452 as a target, the firmware on the WARP-13 unit does
not support the PIC18F series.  The latest firmware
released in lae April, '02 is "RedBack 8" which among
other things fixes a problem with the PIC16F628.

My understanding is that support for the PIC18F will
require a new controller PIC for the WARP-13 unit.
Newfound has termed this firmware BluePole.  This will
be an upgrade (that is, it costs money).

I think that the PICStart Plus has much the same
problem.  My understanding is the Microchip approach
is an adaptor that plugs into the PIC Start ZIF
socket.

Right now, the only technique I know of for
programming the PIC18F series is the Microchip ICD 2.
This is Microchip Part DV164007 or similar.

Peter H Anderson, http://www.phanderson.com
WARP-13 Reseller

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2002\05\12@221047 by Tom Handley

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   Peter, Tech Tools new QuickWriter will support 18Fx devices via a free
update to the fuse config file (expected any day...). This is a new design
and not based on the earlier Parallax/PicWriter programmer. It will take hex
files from Tech Tools/CVASM or standard files from MPASM, etc. They retained
the 26-pin header so all the adapters are compatible and you can easily make
your own. I bought one a couple of months ago and I've been real happy with
it. I had been using the previous version for about 7 years. They also
support gang programming as well as ICSP with an included cable. Lot's of
other new features. For more info, see:

      http://www.tech-tools.com/qwmain.htm

   - Tom

At 19:00 10-05-02 -0700, you wrote:
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2002\05\13@042851 by Alan B. Pearce

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>Microchip UK will not sell direct, and their regstered
>stockists have mostly not even heard of it yet!

Can they not tell you who has bought stocks off them?

I would have thought Crownhill would be a good bet
http://www.crownhill.co.uk/ even though they do not show them on the web
page. I have always found their adverts in the magazines to show more
devices then the web page. Probably worth phoning them.

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2002\05\13@104846 by Mark Samuels

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Had no problems programming 18F452's with my ProMate II.



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