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2006\02\15@073926 by Black Moon

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Basicly as the topic says, im looking for windows programming software for a
programmer I have built. LPT based, Low voltage programming. Perferabley one
that lets me configure what pins it uses, Winpic looked nice but it only
supports high voltage programming (unless theres a way to hack it to do
otherwise) and must support the PIC18F4550


2006\02\15@080739 by Xiaofan Chen

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On 2/15/06, Black Moon <spam_OUTblack_moonsTakeThisOuTspamhotmail.com> wrote:
> Basicly as the topic says, im looking for windows programming software for a
> programmer I have built. LPT based, Low voltage programming. Perferabley one
> that lets me configure what pins it uses, Winpic looked nice but it only
> supports high voltage programming (unless theres a way to hack it to do
> otherwise) and must support the PIC18F4550
>

I have no parallel port based programmer and I have not try out
picpgm. But you can try it out. It supports 16F87x/16F87xA and many
PIC18F device (including 18F4550) with LVP.

The URL is:
http://www.members.aon.at/electronics/pic/picpgm/index.html

Regards,
Xiaofan

2006\02\15@130114 by andrew kelley

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> that lets me configure what pins it uses, Winpic looked nice but it only
> supports high voltage programming (unless theres a way to hack it to do
> otherwise) and must support the PIC18F4550

Well, one would think, that if you can set the HVP line to be whatever
you like and if you can set it to be active high/low, set it to active
high and you have your LVP line..

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andrew

2006\02\15@133151 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Well, one would think, that if you can set the HVP line to be whatever
> you like and if you can set it to be active high/low, set it to active
> high and you have your LVP line..

Andrew, what on earth are you talking about? Are you just speculating
about what might be possible (without knowing what *is* possible)?

Wouter van Ooijen

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2006\02\15@200901 by andrew kelley
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On 2/15/06, Wouter van Ooijen <.....wouterKILLspamspam@spam@voti.nl> wrote:
> > Well, one would think, that if you can set the HVP line to be whatever
> > you like and if you can set it to be active high/low, set it to active
> > high and you have your LVP line..
>
> Andrew, what on earth are you talking about? Are you just speculating
> about what might be possible (without knowing what *is* possible)?

Wouter, if the winpic software or whatever supported selecting which
pins to use, you could use the HVP control line as LVP so long as you
can set the inversion on it, which I assume should be controllable if
winpic is configurable for pins.. Make sense?


> Wouter van Ooijen
andrew

2006\02\15@201715 by Juan Cubillo

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winpic800

check out the art2003 programmer

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Subject: [PIC] Looking for windows programming software for LPT based LV picprogrammer

Basicly as the topic says, im looking for windows programming software for a
programmer I have built. LPT based, Low voltage programming. Perferabley one
that lets me configure what pins it uses, Winpic looked nice but it only
supports high voltage programming (unless theres a way to hack it to do
otherwise) and must support the PIC18F4550


2006\02\16@015409 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Wouter, if the winpic software or whatever supported selecting which
> pins to use, you could use the HVP control line as LVP so long as you
> can set the inversion on it, which I assume should be controllable if
> winpic is configurable for pins.. Make sense?

OK, now it makes sense (to me): you were talking about the PC lines, not
the PIC pins! I read it as if you were speculating about somehow
reconfiguring the 'HVP' pin of the PIC.

Wouter van Ooijen

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Van Ooijen Technische Informatica: http://www.voti.nl
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