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'[PIC] Programmer for a USB-pic'
2005\04\13@174941 by Paul van der Linden

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Hi,
I'am sorry for the previous message, I forgot the [PIC] tag.
I want to start programming a pic as a USB-device.
I've found out the following chips has full speed USB:
18F4550
18F4455
18F2550
18F2455
I'am seeking a not to expensive programmer. The cheapest I've found was
150 euro.
Can I build a cheap one myself?
Paul


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2005\04\13@195450 by Bob Axtell

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Paul van der Linden wrote:

> Hi,
> I'am sorry for the previous message, I forgot the [PIC] tag.
> I want to start programming a pic as a USB-device.
> I've found out the following chips has full speed USB:
> 18F4550
> 18F4455
> 18F2550
> 18F2455
> I'am seeking a not to expensive programmer. The cheapest I've found
> was 150 euro.
> Can I build a cheap one myself?
> Paul
>
>
You can, but its truly mind-boggling code. See if Olin Lathrop's
programmers can program
those devices. Contact him at spam_OUTolin_piclistTakeThisOuTspamembedinc.com .

--Bob

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2005\04\14@071926 by olin_piclist

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Bob Axtell wrote:
>> 18F4550
>> 18F4455
>> 18F2550
>> 18F2455
>> I'am seeking a not to expensive programmer. The cheapest I've found
>> was 150 euro.
>> Can I build a cheap one myself?
>
> You can, but its truly mind-boggling code. See if Olin Lathrop's
> programmers can program
> those devices.

My programmers don't yet support those devices, which is why I didn't reply
originally.  I just got samples for those subfamilies, and these will
probably be the next to be supported, but that may a month or more away
because I've got some other issues with deadlines to attend to first.


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