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'[PIC]RE: PRO MATE PROGRAMMER'
2006\01\05@214934 by Juan Cubillo

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From: "Juan Cubillo"<spam_OUTjacubilloroTakeThisOuTspamcostarricense.cr>
Sent: 1/5/2006 8:45:11 PM
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Subject: PRO MATE PROGRAMMER

Hello list,
Is the pro mate a good programmer?
I want to buy one from a friend...
Thnkz
Juan Cubillo
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2006\01\05@221434 by Chen Xiao Fan

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: .....piclist-bouncesKILLspamspam.....mit.edu
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> Of Juan Cubillo
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> Hello list,
> Is the pro mate a good programmer?
> I want to buy one from a friend...
> Thnkz
> Juan Cubillo
> enta POP3.

Which ProMate? There are Promate I/II/III
and I have only used the Promate II/III. They
are of course quite good since they are Microchip's
top-of-the-line programmer. Promate I is no longer
sold and supported. Promate II is no longer
sold. Promate III is the current model but the
cost is not cheap. The socket modules for Promate
II/III is not cheap as well. Promate II has
a separated ICSP module. Promate III has the
ICSP module built-in.

I will tend to guess that this will not be a good
buy without the necessary socket modules. Olin's
ProProg might be a better buy if the chips you are
using are supported by it. But I've never used it.

Regards,
Xiaofan

2006\01\05@222940 by Juan Cubillo

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Thanks everyone for all the answers!!!

And does anyone has any experience with the Kit149?
It looks llike it supports many PICS, even the 10FXXX!

Juan Cubillo

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2006\01\05@224926 by Chen Xiao Fan

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PICkit 2 might be a better buy. It is officially
supported by Microchip. It supports many popular
PICs (including all base line Flash chips like
10Fxxx) and it will later support more and more
PICs, even dsPICs/PIC24s. It costs about US$35
plus shipment.

Regards,
Xiaofan

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2006\01\05@230418 by Juan Cubillo

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thanks for the advise.
Juan Cubillo

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From: "Chen Xiao Fan"<KILLspamxiaofanKILLspamspamsg.pepperl-fuchs.com>
Sent: 1/5/2006 9:49:24 PM
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Subject: RE: [PIC]RE: PRO MATE PROGRAMMER

PICkit 2 might be a better buy. It is officially
supported by Microchip. It supports many popular
PICs (including all base line Flash chips like
10Fxxx) and it will later support more and more
PICs, even dsPICs/PIC24s. It costs about US$35
plus shipment.

Regards,
Xiaofan

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2006\01\05@233537 by kravnus wolf

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Did you order it from microchip direct?

John

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2006\01\06@000855 by Chen Xiao Fan

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: RemoveMEpiclist-bouncesEraseMEspamEraseMEmit.edu
> [RemoveMEpiclist-bouncesspam_OUTspamKILLspammit.edu]On Behalf
> Of kravnus wolf
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>> PICkit 2 might be a better buy. It costs about
>> US$35 plus shipment.
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> Did you order it from microchip direct?
>
> John

Yes. I bought it quite earlier so I ordered from
buy.microchip.com. The shipment may not be so cheap.
Maybe people now can try local distributors now
that PICkit 2 is out for quite some times.

Regards,
Xiaofan

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