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2000\11\18@232537 by Stuart Willcocks

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Hi all

Can anyone point me towards a resource for 16F877 in-circuit programming
by direct connection to a PC serial port, together with Windows 2000 compatible software? There seems to be alot of info regarding 16F84 ISP but I'm unsure whether it's possible to use the same programming software / interface circuitry with the 16F87X devices.

Many thanks in advance.

Stuart

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2000\11\19@064813 by mike

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On Sun, 19 Nov 2000 04:14:44 -0000, you wrote:

>Hi all
>
>Can anyone point me towards a resource for 16F877 in-circuit programming
>by direct connection to a PC serial port, together with Windows 2000
>compatible software? There seems to be alot of info regarding 16F84 ISP
>but I'm unsure whether it's possible to use the same programming
>software / interface circuitry with the 16F87X devices.
>
>Many thanks in advance.
>
>Stuart
MPLAB-ICD will do it. If you want to build your own, schematics and
object code are on the Microchip website. Check the archives for
discussions on this.

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2000\11\19@104809 by w. v. ooijen / f. hanneman

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Are you sure you want ISP? The F877 can program itself, so a bootloader
might be simpeler. Look at my http://www.xs4all.nl/~wf/wouter/pic/wloader ,
the page provides links to a few other bootloaders.
Wouter

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Subject: [PIC] 16F877 in-circuit programming
Date: Sunday, November 19, 2000 05:14

Hi all

Can anyone point me towards a resource for 16F877 in-circuit programming
by direct connection to a PC serial port, together with Windows 2000
compatible software? There seems to be alot of info regarding 16F84 ISP
but I'm unsure whether it's possible to use the same programming
software / interface circuitry with the 16F87X devices.

Many thanks in advance.

Stuart

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2000\11\22@030338 by staff

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Stuart Willcocks wrote:
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> Hi all
>
> Can anyone point me towards a resource for 16F877 in-circuit programming
> by direct connection to a PC serial port, together with Windows 2000
> compatible software? There seems to be alot of info regarding 16F84 ISP
> but I'm unsure whether it's possible to use the same programming
> software / interface circuitry with the 16F87X devices.
>
> Many thanks in advance.
>
> Stuart


Hi Stuart, I use a (serial) Picstart plus from Microchip with a
simple header plug to do ICSP. This is a low cost option that has
given us a lot of value. :o)
-Roman

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2000\11\22@032131 by Don McKenzie

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Roman Black wrote:
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> Stuart Willcocks wrote:
> >
> > Hi all
> >
> > Can anyone point me towards a resource for 16F877 in-circuit programming
> > by direct connection to a PC serial port, together with Windows 2000
> > compatible software? There seems to be alot of info regarding 16F84 ISP
> > but I'm unsure whether it's possible to use the same programming
> > software / interface circuitry with the 16F87X devices.
> >
> > Many thanks in advance.
> >
> > Stuart
>
> Hi Stuart, I use a (serial) Picstart plus from Microchip with a
> simple header plug to do ICSP. This is a low cost option that has
> given us a lot of value. :o)

The Warp-13 MPLAB compatible programmer has a header for this reason.
see:
http://www.dontronics.com/newfound.html

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