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'[PIC] picprog & ludipipo programmer'
2000\06\04@141414 by John De Villiers

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The schematics i have of the lidipipo programmer doesnt mention 16f84
although it does mention 16c84. Can this programmer handle the 16F84 as well
??

The software the i found for this programmer ( picprog v 0.6 by Tord
Anderson); is this the lastest and greatest and does it work for a 16F84 as
well ???

I have scoured the web for diy programmers and found many of them /
including many various versions of the same one, some of them years apart.
This makes it difficult trying to match programmers versions with software
versions.

What im looking for :
Serial port Programmer ( my parr. port has two devices on it already )
Windows 98 or compatible programming software
Simple simple simple programmer hardware

Oh, and the software should preferably be free.

I was considering getting the pic 'N poke range of hardware, but that was
before the exchange rate went belly up. in the mean time i need to program a
few f84's without spending a fortune on it.

Any suggestions ?

Regards
  John

2000\06\05@090638 by mark

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> The schematics i have of the lidipipo programmer doesnt mention 16f84
> although it does mention 16c84. Can this programmer handle the 16F84 as well ??

Yes, it can.

> The software the i found for this programmer ( picprog v 0.6 by Tord
> Anderson); is this the lastest and greatest and does it work for a 16F84 as well
> ???

Yes. But the PWRTE option meaning is reversed.

>
> What im looking for :
> Serial port Programmer ( my parr. port has two devices on it already )
> Windows 98 or compatible programming software
> Simple simple simple programmer hardware
> Oh, and the software should preferably be free.

Look for PIX113b.ZIP. It's a DOS based software, but the BEST I can find.




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2000\06\05@122641 by mark

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> The schematics i have of the lidipipo programmer doesnt mention 16f84
> although it does mention 16c84. Can this programmer handle the 16F84 as well ??

Yes, it can.

> The software the i found for this programmer ( picprog v 0.6 by Tord
> Anderson); is this the lastest and greatest and does it work for a 16F84 as well
> ???

Yes. But the PWRTE option meaning is reversed.

>
> What im looking for :
> Serial port Programmer ( my parr. port has two devices on it already )
> Windows 98 or compatible programming software
> Simple simple simple programmer hardware
> Oh, and the software should preferably be free.

Look for PIX113b.ZIP. It's a DOS based software, but the BEST I can find.




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2000\06\05@171432 by John Hansen

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<x-flowed>At 08:08 PM 6/4/00 +0200, you wrote:
>The schematics i have of the lidipipo programmer doesnt mention 16f84
>although it does mention 16c84. Can this programmer handle the 16F84 as well
>??

Yes, it works fine.


>The software the i found for this programmer ( picprog v 0.6 by Tord
>Anderson); is this the lastest and greatest and does it work for a 16F84 as
>well ???

Yes, you might also want to try PIX
(http://home5.swipnet.se/~w-53783/).  While it is a DOS program, it allows
you more control and shows you more information.  PIX is also available at
:  ftp://ftp.tapr.org/picsig/software/   .  In addition, you might want to
try my command line program Pixie.  (at the TAPR site).  It works under
Windows NT (the others won't) because it used API calls to do the
programming.  It also interfaces nicely with MPLAB (because you can call it
as a command line).  Also, the source code is available.  However, it will
not work on all computers.  The problems appear to be
motherboard-specific.  Most computers will run it but some with AMD or
Celeron processors seem to have the biggest problems.   I think this is
because of the motherboard chip set, not the processors themselves.

John Hansen

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