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2001\04\09@070251 by Arpit

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Why not just use standard sockets?

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2001\04\09@083556 by Fernando Teixeira

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I use to make many software errors and need to extract the PIC too many
times.After sometime it has some bent legs.
It would be a solution but the last resource.

Fernando

Arpit wrote:

> Why not just use standard sockets?
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2001\04\09@090343 by Bob Ammerman

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Use a socket stack:

Put the PIC into a stack of 2 machine pin sockets.

Then plug this stack into the socket on your board.

Now, when you need to remove the PIC, take it plus 1 socket off the board.

After a while the two sockets that you are repeatedly
connecting/disconnecting will start to go bad. Just replace those two
sockets in the stack and continue.

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems
(contract development of high performance, high function, low-level
software)

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2001\04\09@122335 by Raymond Choat

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Make an in circuit programmer attachment for your EPIC programmer and you
would not have to remove chip at all.
Wrong Way Ray

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2001\04\09@135330 by Fernando Teixeira

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Thanks Bob

I think it will be the easy solution with good sockets: Also adds a lower
capacity than my solution - probably  will not disturb the cristal oscilation.

Fernando

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