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'12C672 [was Re: Forth for the PIC]'
1999\02\04@220512 by Bob Drzyzgula

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Speaking of the 12C672, I was looking at the specs on those
this morning and thought that they would be good as a front
end on some of my sensors. But I couldn't figure out from
the data sheet and other stuff on the Microchip website:
How does one program them? I have a Pro Mate II with a
variety of sockets, but I didn't see a socket listed for
the 12C672, except maybe the ICSP adapter, even though the
12C672 data sheet mentions it (the Pro Mate II) under the
(apparantly boilerplate) Development Tools section. The
latest firmware upgrade for the PICstart Plus lists 12C672
support, but I don't have a PICstart Plus, and I'd rather
not, what with having the Pro Mate II and all.

And, speaking of firmware upgrades, my Pro Mate II keeps
whining about a firmware update being available, but I didn't
immediately find one on Microchip's website; all I found
were some DOS command line things for the Pro Mate. Am I
just failing the smart browsing test? Does anyone have a
URL for this?

Thanks,
--Bob

On Thu, Feb 04, 1999 at 12:36:34PM -0500, Andy Kunz wrote:
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> Dallas has an SPI interface to up to 512K x 8 memory chips.  So we just
> whacked off ten lines, meaning it could be run in a 12C672.
>
> Andy

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