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'[PIC] I2C development tool for PC'
2005\06\16@104331 by Bill & Pookie

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Does anyone have experience with "
U2C-11PC-I2C/SPI/GPIO  USB Interface Adapter" from Dimax?  I am thinking of
getting one to develop programs on PIC.

http://tinyurl.com/daar8

Bill


2005\06\16@110706 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Does anyone have experience with "
> U2C-11PC-I2C/SPI/GPIO  USB Interface Adapter" from Dimax?  I
> am thinking of
> getting one to develop programs on PIC.

Why would you want such a thing to develop programs on (I assume you
mean *for*) a PIC? A PIC programmer would be more usefull.

Wouter van Ooijen

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2005\06\16@123009 by Bill Cornutt

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Guess I left out a couple of words.  Want to write I2C routines for PIC and
would use that to test/develop them.  Also maybe using that instead of RS232
to communicate to/between PIC's.

I went "whole hog"  on PIC development system and got the PicKit1.

Bill

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2005\06\16@130055 by olin piclist

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Bill Cornutt wrote:
> I went "whole hog" on PIC development system and got the PicKit1.

If PicKit1 is "whole hog", then what is ICD2, ICE-2000, or ICE-4000?

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2005\06\16@131557 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Guess I left out a couple of words.  Want to write I2C
> routines for PIC and
> would use that to test/develop them.  

> Also maybe using that
> instead of RS232
> to communicate to/between PIC's.

I would prefer a serial port or an USB-serial converter (either
off-the-shelve or FT232BM).

> I went "whole hog"  on PIC development system and got the PicKit1.

Not a bad choice IMHO as a low-end programmer, but not much on-board
peripherals. Which you probably don't need.

Wouter van Ooijen

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2005\06\16@133757 by Bill & Pookie

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I realize it was a lot, but it did include two PIC chips.

Bill

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> Bill Cornutt wrote:
> > I went "whole hog" on PIC development system and got the PicKit1.
>
> If PicKit1 is "whole hog", then what is ICD2, ICE-2000, or ICE-4000?
>
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2005\06\16@203013 by Chen Xiao Fan

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Actually PICkit is quite a good programmer for the chips
it supports (better than ICD2 in quite a few cases, for
example, it is not so easy for ICD2 to program a 8-pin
PIC with internal MCLR and internal RC oscillator).

Chip selection of PICkit 1 is also not that limited after all.
It will support 10F200/202/204/206, 12F508/509/510,
12F629/675/635/683, 16F505/54/57/59, 16F630/676/684/636/688,
16F685/687/689/690, 16F627A/628A/648A (tested) and possibly
16F785, 16F913/914/916/917 and 16F873A/874A/876A/877A
(not tested). It is also cross platform. Just download
Microchip's latest application (on Windows and MacOS X)
and Mark Rages' hack for Linux and MacOS X.

You can also populate the prototype area (RS232 and power
supply). I think it is a great tools for hobbyists.

Regards,
Xiaofan

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill & Pookie [reddxspamKILLspamcomcast.net]
Sent: Friday, June 17, 2005 1:38 AM
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Subject: Re: [PIC] I2C development tool for PC

I realize it was a lot, but it did include two PIC chips.

Bill

2005\06\16@222847 by Timothy J. Weber

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Chen Xiao Fan wrote:
>
> Chip selection of PICkit 1 is also not that limited after all.
> It will support 10F200/202/204/206, 12F508/509/510,
> 12F629/675/635/683, 16F505/54/57/59, 16F630/676/684/636/688,
> 16F685/687/689/690, 16F627A/628A/648A (tested) and possibly
> 16F785, 16F913/914/916/917 and 16F873A/874A/876A/877A
> (not tested).

Whoa - if that's true, it would save me some trouble.  Would I make some
kind of adapter for the bigger/newer chips?  I'm particularly interested
in the 916 and 917.
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2005\06\17@024921 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Actually PICkit is quite a good programmer for the chips
> it supports (better than ICD2 in quite a few cases, for
> example, it is not so easy for ICD2 to program a 8-pin
> PIC with internal MCLR and internal RC oscillator).

At my school the PICkit clone I build for my PIC-assembler class is
often used as in-circuit programmer :)

For a programmer the baseline programmer might be a more straightforward
choice.

Wouter van Ooijen

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2005\06\17@131507 by Peter

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> If PicKit1 is "whole hog", then what is ICD2, ICE-2000, or ICE-4000?

hog herd ?

Peter

2005\06\20@033827 by Alan B. Pearce

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>> If PicKit1 is "whole hog", then what is ICD2, ICE-2000, or ICE-4000?
>
>hog herd ?

maybe a pig-out ? ;))

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