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2005\11\21@120133 by R. I. Nelson

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After a lot of looking on the web I am looking Into buying the following
items from Mikroelektronika.
EASYPIC3
It has a programmer on board. so that means I would not have to buy a
programer which could cost from $30 to $100.
It appears to be a good board for learning.
www.mikroelektronika.co.yu/english/product/tools/easypic3.htm
MIKRO BASIC compiler

Does any one have any experience or knowledge of these Items or company?
any problems with support or delivery to the USA?








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2005\11\21@125341 by Padu

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"R. I. Nelson"
> After a lot of looking on the web I am looking Into buying the following
> items from Mikroelektronika.
> EASYPIC3
> It has a programmer on board. so that means I would not have to buy a
> programer which could cost from $30 to $100.
> It appears to be a good board for learning.
> www.mikroelektronika.co.yu/english/product/tools/easypic3.htm
> MIKRO BASIC compiler
>
> Does any one have any experience or knowledge of these Items or company?
> any problems with support or delivery to the USA?


I have the EasyPIC2, a really nice board. I'm thinking about getting an
easyPIC3 because it has a few new nice features (replaceable crystal and
GLCD for example). I use mikroPascal, but internally it uses the same
compiler, so the discussion is still valid. I found it twofold: while it is
not as mature as some other compilers, it has very nice libraries in it. For
example, I did a logger using CF+FAT in less than 10 lines of code.
I started using it since version 2 (now is 3.4 or 3.0.4, I don't remember),
and they try to fix any major bugs that come up.
I'm a software engineer and my main experience is with delphi, and their IDE
is very similar to Delphi and very easy to use. I had no delivery problems
when I bought my kit. Although I read a few people complaining about delays
in their forum. Seems like they have a stock here in the US already, so we
don't have to wait for overseas shipment.

Cheers

Padu

2005\11\21@133124 by olin piclist

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R. I. Nelson wrote:
> After a lot of looking on the web I am looking Into buying the
> following items from Mikroelektronika.
> EASYPIC3
> It has a programmer on board. so that means I would not have to buy a
> programer which could cost from $30 to $100.
> It appears to be a good board for learning.
> www.mikroelektronika.co.yu/english/product/tools/easypic3.htm
> MIKRO BASIC compiler

It's not exactly the same thing, and there are definitely tradeoffs to think
about, but my EasyProg kit and QuickProto-01 together cost less than the
item you mentioned above.  See http://www.embedinc.com/products for details.


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2005\11\21@154417 by Jake Brownson

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The EASYPIC3 looks really nice, but I started just with a solderless
breadboard and a serial bootloader and it worked fine. If you can
afford it get an ICSP programmer too.

On 11/21/05, Olin Lathrop <.....olin_piclistKILLspamspam@spam@embedinc.com> wrote:
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2005\11\21@161928 by John S. Colonias

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Hi,

 I have ordered the EASYPIC3 as well as the Basic compiler from them,
and from the latest e-mail, it should arrive here in the US some time at
the end of this month. I ordered it in the middle of October. I will let
ou know when I receive it, if you would like to know.

John

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2005\11\21@163638 by Jan-Erik Soderholm

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John S. Colonias wrote :

> I have ordered the EASYPIC3 as well as the Basic compiler
> from them, and from the latest e-mail, it should arrive
> here in the US some time at the end of this month.
> I ordered it in the middle of October.,,

I just must ask...

Are they using "surface mail" ?
Or did they have some availablity problem ?
Do you know the actual shipping date ?

If I ship something (from Sweden) on a Monday,
it usualy arrives in the US by the end of the week.

Jan-Erik.



2005\11\21@164501 by John S. Colonias

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Jan-Erik

My order was shipped on Nov.11. They said it will take 1-3 days to get
thru customs and 7-18 days to receive it in the US.

John



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2005\11\21@165955 by Jan-Erik Soderholm

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John S. Colonias wrote :

> My order was shipped on Nov.11. They said it will take 1-3 days to
get
> thru customs and 7-18 days to receive it in the US.

OK, seems reasonable, I guess... :-)
Thanks for the clarification.

Regards,
J-E.



2005\11\21@173809 by Padu

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Probably because it is a new product. When I bought the easypic2, it took
just a few days for it to be delivered. They had a stock of boards in the
US.

Padu

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> Jan-Erik
>
> My order was shipped on Nov.11. They said it will take 1-3 days to get
> thru customs and 7-18 days to receive it in the US.
>
> John
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2005\11\22@040005 by Wouter van Ooijen
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> They said it will take 1-3 days to get thru customs

plausible

> and 7-18 days to receive it in the US.

- that is a bit long (to put it mildly)
- the order is a bit strange to: I suppose it would first have to go to
the US, and then pass through customes

Wouter van Ooijen

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2005\11\22@203133 by Steph Smith

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There is a quite  active forum for these boards,and limited (but
useable)versions of there own BASIC and C compilers are on the CDROM that
ships with them,the sample code is fairly uninspiring however.The boards
seem of very high quality.for the price you get a good deal.
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'[PIC] PIC Development tools'
2006\01\20@074654 by veronis (sent by Nabble.com)
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A number of you have been talking about EasyPIC3 boards. I am a distributor of these boards, and I am giving up working with this company. They may have a good product, but getting their products  is like having a root canal. They are totally unreliable in their delivery time, in answering email messages, and in technical support. I believe that the problem is that they are swamped with orders, which, due to limit production capacity, they can't deliver.
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2006\01\20@081641 by veronis (sent by Nabble.com)

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If you wish to know more about the company that produces EWasyPIC3, please, contact me at :410-920-4001.

Andy Veronis
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