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'[PIC] What part number for PIC16F628A'
2004\10\14@080044 by Mcgee, Mark

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Apologies - I rushed this out and forgot to put the [PIC] part in the header.
Mark

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2004\10\14@083353 by Jinx

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> I'm looking to order up a couple of PIC16F628A's, but I don't
> see the 628A, just the 628 on the RS web site.  I intend to use
> the asynchronous UART

AFAIK RS doesn't do the 628A

>Also, I intend to use the 4MHz internal oscillator for my
> application, as well as the asynch UART functionality, do
> I want the PIC16F628-04/P or the PIC16F628-20/P?

RS NZ has the 628-20 cheaper than the 628-04

Here's a dot  .  here's another one  .      ;-)

If you buy a tube of DIP 628A from Arrow for example you
could expect to pay around NZ$2.90 each (~ 1 UKP), rather
than the NZ$14 at RS for the less-preferred older 628. I'm
sure somebody in your country can suggest a better deal than
RS for less than a tube

I'm assuming your programmer is up-to-date for the 628A ?

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2004\10\14@084912 by Mcgee, Mark

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I am UK based.  Can anybody recommend a good (hobbyist) supplier of PIC16F628A
and perhaps other electronics components?

Regards,
Mark

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2004\10\14@090235 by hael Rigby-Jones

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>I am UK based.  Can anybody recommend a good (hobbyist)
>supplier of PIC16F628A and perhaps other electronics components?
>
>Regards,
>Mark


http://www.crownhill.co.uk/ £1.40+vat for the 16F628/04

They sell a lot of other PIC related components etc.

Regards

Mike

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2004\10\14@092029 by Jinx

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> http://www.crownhill.co.uk/ £1.40+vat for the 16F628/04

They've got a special on 628A for 95p+vat for 25 lots. That's
like getting 8 free ones if you buy singles at 1.40

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2004\10\14@092600 by Alan B. Pearce

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>>I'm looking to order up a couple of PIC16F628A's, but I don't
>>see the 628A, just the 628 on the RS web site.  I intend to use
>>the asynchronous UART
>
>AFAIK RS doesn't do the 628A

It is not on the newest CDROM I have from them either, received about a
month ago. However farnell list the -A version (catalogue #424-3407,
424-3419, 424-3420, 424-3432 depending on packaging).

>>Also, I intend to use the 4MHz internal oscillator for my
>>application, as well as the asynch UART functionality, do
>>I want the PIC16F628-04/P or the PIC16F628-20/P?
>
>RS NZ has the 628-20 cheaper than the 628-04

There would be no advantage in going to the 20MHz one if you use the
internal oscillator. The -A version does not come in a 4MHz version anyway.

>If you buy a tube of DIP 628A from Arrow for example you
>could expect to pay around NZ$2.90 each (~ 1 UKP), rather
>than the NZ$14 at RS for the less-preferred older 628. I'm
>sure somebody in your country can suggest a better deal than
>RS for less than a tube

Crownhill seem to have the best UK prices for PICs.
http://www.crownhill.co.uk/

The Farnell and RS prices would be a case of take Jinx's NZ$ price and call
it UK pounds :))

>I'm assuming your programmer is up-to-date for the 628A ?

This sis another serious consideration, as they use a different program
algorithm.

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2004\10\14@093134 by hael Rigby-Jones

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>Subject: RE:[PIC] What part number for PIC16F628A
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>> http://www.crownhill.co.uk/ £1.40+vat for the 16F628/04
>
>They've got a special on 628A for 95p+vat for 25 lots. That's
>like getting 8 free ones if you buy singles at 1.40

Very good price compared to the monsters like Farnell @ £2.89 each!

Mike

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2004\10\14@093437 by Mcgee, Mark

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Thanks for the link.  I see the 628A for 95p.  Probably 25 items is a bit much for me.  Probably 4 or 5 will do me for a while.

Cheers,
Mark

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2004\10\14@094554 by Mcgee, Mark

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I've just bout Wouters Wisp628.  Should that be able to program the 628A?

I have yet to build a standalone programmer using the Wisp628 ICP
functionality.

Cheers,
Mark

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2004\10\14@100444 by Mcgee, Mark

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Thanks for all the help on this one.

I emailed microchip at the same time, and they've actually come back to me,
which I didn't expect.  They provide samples, so I ordered 3 sample 16F628A's.

Interestingly, they ask for preferred supplier when filling out the
questionnaire, and the list had farnell, arrow, future UK, Rutronic Ltd and
UniqueMemec UK, not all of which I know, but probably handy to know anyway for
UK based guys.

Cheers,
Mark

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2004\10\14@102034 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> I am UK based.  Can anybody recommend a good (hobbyist)
> supplier of PIC16F628A
> and perhaps other electronics components?

You bought a Wisp628 kit from me, so I guess you noticed my shop :)

Maplin? RS?

Wouter van Ooijen

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2004\10\14@111548 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> I've just bout Wouters Wisp628.  Should that be able to
> program the 628A?

Yes

You might also want to look at the 16F648A (double the program size), or
even a 16F88.

Wouter van Ooijen

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2004\10\14@113727 by Mcgee, Mark

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That's a relief!

Thanks for the pointers to the other chips.  I'm nearly done coding, and it
easily fit's inside the 628's memory - actually it's rattling around in there!

Cheers,
Mark

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2004\10\20@175250 by Howard Winter

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Jinx,

On Fri, 15 Oct 2004 02:15:46 +1300, Jinx wrote:

> > http://www.crownhill.co.uk/ £1.40+vat for the 16F628/04
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> They've got a special on 628A for 95p+vat for 25 lots. That's
> like getting 8 free ones if you buy singles at 1.40

Was this a limited-time offer, because I can't see any sign of it (and entering 25 gives a price of £35, which is £1.40 each)?

Cheers,


Howard Winter
St.Albans, England



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