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'[SX]: Programming SX MCUs'
2001\05\17@155539 by Jan Malina

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I know of one DIY circuit for a programmer that is on the sxlist site, but are there any other out there?

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2001\05\17@235059 by Alejandro Lavarello

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Hi, Jan!

Well, I have not tested it, but maybe you can use the "Fluffy"
programmer.
It seems a good tool. It is based in a PIC16F84 which
communicates with the PC using serial and/or parallel port
(automatic detection).
Can program PIC and Ubicom (formerly Scenix) microcontrollers.

Check the page:
http://www.codepuppies.com/~ben/sens/pic/sx/

Cheers!
      Alejandro.

At 21:56 17/05/01 +0200, you wrote:
>I know of one DIY circuit for a programmer that is on the sxlist site, but
are there any other out there?
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2001\05\18@013105 by uter van ooijen & floortje hanneman

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> Well, I have not tested it, but maybe you can use the "Fluffy"
> programmer.
I have used it (sometime ago) and it worked fine for SX18 and SX28.
Wouter

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2001\05\18@034224 by Jan Malina

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Yea, I have already seen the 'fluffy', but the problem is that you would
need a PIC for that, and a programmer for that PIC. And the basic reason
why I am going to use the SX MCUs is because I can get them here easily,
the PICs are harder to get around here....

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2001\05\18@081945 by michael brown

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I use a Picall programmer (CPS117).  It will program all PIC12 and PIC16,
Atmel AVR, SX18, SX28 and some serial EPROM chips, although I haven't
programmed any Atmel or SX chips with it.  I got it from Amazon electronics
(http://www.electronics123.com)  The kit price is $69.95 US.  This includes the
license for the software.  You do need to supply a 40pin ZIF socket and
power supply.  Hope this helps.

Michael Brown
Instant Net Solutions
http://www.KillerPCs.net

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2001\05\25@135037 by jamesnewton

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I have made a standing offer of $100.00 and a write-up on every page of the
site to anyone who will add SX programming ability to the
bubblesoftonline.com pocket programmer which is open source and very home
buildable.

http://www.piclist.com/techref/microchip/devprogs.htm#pocket

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Jan Malina wrote on 01-5-19 2:22:

I know of one DIY circuit for a programmer that is on the sxlist site, =
but are there any other out there?

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