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'12c508 adapter'
1999\09\12@153554 by Mister Happy

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<x-flowed>I'm new to pics.  I've got a programmer that programs the pic16f84, and
other pics though an adapter.  I'm on a tight budget and can't afford the
expensive adapter.  I realize there are 5 lines to program the pic,
sometimes 6(my circuit has an oscillator terminal grounded, whats this for,
is it important?).  Three power lines (+5, GND, and +12) and two other lines
that on the pic 84 are hooked up to RB6 and RB7. What would I hook these two
lines up to on the pic12c508 for programming?

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1999\09\12@180225 by Don McKenzie

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Mister Happy wrote:
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> I'm new to pics.  I've got a programmer that programs the pic16f84, and
> other pics though an adapter.  I'm on a tight budget and can't afford the
> expensive adapter.  I realize there are 5 lines to program the pic,
> sometimes 6(my circuit has an oscillator terminal grounded, whats this for,
> is it important?).  Three power lines (+5, GND, and +12) and two other lines
> that on the pic 84 are hooked up to RB6 and RB7. What would I hook these two
> lines up to on the pic12c508 for programming?

Have a look at:
http://www.dontronics.com/dt001cha.html

This gives you the connections between the 18 pin socket and the 508.
You simply program the 508 in the top half of the socket.

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1999\09\12@201007 by Jim Robertson

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At 19:01 12/09/99 GMT, you wrote:

Have a look at http://www.new-elect.com/adapter.htm Use the warp-3/PP1 to
8-pin pics as a guide. You should be able to translate that to your situation
without much difficulty.

Jim

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Jim Robertson
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