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'[PIC]Warp 13 for sale?'
2004\12\22@041615 by Hopkins

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Is New Found Electronics still trading the Warp 13 programmer?

When I go to the buy page I get

My resellers are now all sold out of WARP-13s.
There may be WARP-13s offered for sale directly from NEWFOUND
ELECTRONICS sometime in November

I am looking for a programmer that will program the PIC 18Fxxx chips and
if possible (but not necessarily), integrates with MPLAB

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Roy
Tauranga
New Zealand
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2004\12\22@061916 by Midgley John

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Roy

As near as I can tell, the guy's stopped making them. All references on
sites that used to sell seem to confirm this. I've got a 'vintage' Warp 13a
that I'm awaiting some updated firmware for, to revive it.

Shame, the Warp 13a seemed to occupy a 'middle ground' that's quite thinly
populated, with the added bonus of MPLAB compatibility.

John

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2004\12\22@071031 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Shame, the Warp 13a seemed to occupy a 'middle ground' that's
> quite thinly
> populated, with the added bonus of MPLAB compatibility.

The Warp13 was IMHO priced a bit high, IIRC ~ $100. The ICD2 costs not
that much more and adds the Microchip name and debugging.

Wouter van Ooijen

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2004\12\22@085918 by olin_piclist

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Hopkins wrote:
> I am looking for a programmer that will program the PIC 18Fxxx chips and
> if possible (but not necessarily), integrates with MPLAB

If this is for hobby use you might want the EasyProg
(http://www.embedinc.com/easyprog).  For commercial use check out the
ProProg (http://www.embedinc.com/proprog).  Both handle 18F chips, but
neither integrates into MPLAB.

Also check out Wouter's Wisp programmer.


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2004\12\22@171652 by cstrudwicke

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How about this one ?

http://www.kitsrus.com/upuc.html#k150

Ther'es a whole bunch similar to this on this site.

I have one of these  http://www.kitsrus.com/upuc.html#k128
and it works great. Claims to prog some of the 18F series so might be worth looking at.

Regards,

Craig
Sydney, Aust


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2004\12\22@173205 by Ake Hedman

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I have a 128 and a 149 of theese and have never had any problems with it. Supported devices as of 14/12 are

Here is a list of the PICs the software & firmware of diypack25 supports for Kits 149 and 150. Kits 128 & 182 are Flash programmers and support only those PICs with an 'F' in the partnumber:

12C508        16C65A      16C77     16F76      16F877
12C508A       16C65B      16C710    16F77      16F877A
12C509        16C66       16C711    16F737     18F242
12C509A       16C66A      16C712    16F747     18F248
12C671        16C67       16C716    16F767     18F252
12C672        16C620      16C745    16F777     18F258
12CE673       16C620A     16C765    16F83      18F442
12CE674       16C621      16C773    16F84      18F448
12F629        16C621A     16C774    16F84A     18F452
12F675        16C622      16C83     16F87      18F458
16C505        16C622A     16C84     16F88      18F1220
16C554        16C71       16F627    16F818     18F1320
16C558        16C71A      16F627A   16F819     18F2220
16C61         16C72       16F628    16F870     18F2320
16C62         16C72A      16F628A   16F871     18F4220
16C62A        16C73       16F630    16F872     18F4320
16C62B        16C73A      16F648A   16F873
16C63         16C73B      16F676    16F873A    Added diypack23:
16C63A        16C74       16F684    16F874     16F5x
16C64         16C74A      16F688    16F874A    10Fxxx 18F6525 6621 8525 8621 (all beta)
16C64A        16C74B      16F73     16F876

16C65         16C76       16F74     16F876A    Added diypack24  12F683


Regards
/Ake



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2004\12\22@180008 by Bob Axtell

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The K182A (no-socket [ICSP] version of the K128) doesn't even need
assembly! Its about $50, runs on USB. But you have to buy the USB cable
seperate. Nice design, by our own Tony Nixon.

--Bob

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2004\12\23@181816 by Hopkins

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Thanks Bob for the information - I will probably buy the K149 version as
it offers both serial & USB - ICSP programming.
http://www.ozitronics.com/


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Roy
Tauranga
New Zealand
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The K182A (no-socket [ICSP] version of the K128) doesn't even need
assembly! Its about $50, runs on USB. But you have to buy the USB cable
seperate. Nice design, by our own Tony Nixon.

--Bob


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2004\12\23@202900 by Dave King

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Roy

Make sure to order or that you can get the A-A Male USB cable. My 149
worked great but I couldn't get the stupid USB cable in a town of 180K.
Ended up grabbing on off of eBay for 99 cents instead of the perpetually
out of stock $29 local cable.

Dave

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2004\12\24@050400 by Dave Wheeler

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I use a 149 here also and from Rev C the 149 has a 'B' USB connector so
a standard A-B is needed.

Dave


Dave King wrote:

>Roy
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>Make sure to order or that you can get the A-A Male USB cable. My 149
>worked great but I couldn't get the stupid USB cable in a town of 180K.
>Ended up grabbing on off of eBay for 99 cents instead of the perpetually
>out of stock $29 local cable.
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>Dave
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2004\12\24@054925 by Dave King

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Good catch.

Mine is a 149B didn't notice the difference in any pictures so i assumed
all were the A-A Male usb cable


Dave

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