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'[PIC] PICALL programmer software'
2006\03\28@093859 by michael brown

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Bojan Dobaji (sp?) no longer supports the software for the PICALL
programmer.  This is a great piece of hardware and I'd really like to
keep using it.  Can anyone recommend some other software that will
control it?

I was able to modify the device.ini file to support the 16F88, but now
I'd like to tinker with the 12F683.

Otherwise, can someone recommend a dependable programmer (approx US
$100) that will work with the 12F683, 16F88 and the more common parts in
the18Fxxxx line?

2006\03\28@101756 by Robert Young

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>
> Bojan Dobaji (sp?) no longer supports the software for the
> PICALL programmer.  This is a great piece of hardware and I'd
> really like to keep using it.  Can anyone recommend some
> other software that will control it?
>
> I was able to modify the device.ini file to support the
> 16F88, but now I'd like to tinker with the 12F683.
>
> Otherwise, can someone recommend a dependable programmer (approx US
> $100) that will work with the 12F683, 16F88 and the more
> common parts in the18Fxxxx line?
>



http://www.embedinc.com/easyprog/index.htm

Rob

2006\03\28@123130 by olin piclist

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michael brown wrote:
> Otherwise, can someone recommend a dependable programmer (approx US
> $100) that will work with the 12F683, 16F88 and the more common parts in
> the18Fxxxx line?

My EasyProg fits this description.  http://www.embedinc.com/easyprog.

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2006\03\28@134053 by michael brown

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> michael brown wrote:
> > Otherwise, can someone recommend a dependable programmer (approx US
> > $100) that will work with the 12F683, 16F88 and the more common
parts in
> > the18Fxxxx line?
>
> My EasyProg fits this description.  http://www.embedinc.com/easyprog.

Three questions:

Why can't a 12F683 be programmed in the ZIF socket?
Will it work with a USB->serial adapter?
Finally, does it work with any of the free windows programming software
such as IC-PROG?

2006\03\28@140212 by olin piclist
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michael brown wrote:
>> My EasyProg fits this description.  http://www.embedinc.com/easyprog.
>
> Why can't a 12F683 be programmed in the ZIF socket?

Because Microchip chose a different and incompatible pinout for the
programming signals of that class of PICs.

> Will it work with a USB->serial adapter?

Yes, but you may have to update to the latest driver.  Some chipsets had
buggy drivers until recently that did things like use RTS/CTS flow control
whether it was explicitly disabled by the app software or not.  Prolific (a
common vendor of these chips) only released a fixed driver last August.

> Finally, does it work with any of the free windows programming software
> such as IC-PROG?

It works with the free software you can download from
http://www.embedinc.com/picprg/sw.htm.


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