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1996\09\13@120800 by Robert S Gray

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Does anyone have a simple schematic and software to program these new
pics?

1996\09\14@084932 by nogueira

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Robert S Gray wrote:
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> Does anyone have a simple schematic and software to program these new
> pics?
My ProPic hardware/software will be able to program it soon.

Octavio
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1996\09\15@222441 by Jim Robertson

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At 11:01 AM 9/13/96 -0500, you wrote:
>Does anyone have a simple schematic and software to program these new
>pics?
>
Robert,

Programming the 12C50x devices is only a little different to programming
the 16Cxx devices. Any ISP programmer supporting the 16Cxx devices can
easily be updated to support the 12C50x. The circuit is the same except
for the different pinouts of course.

I would expect that the likes of David Tait and the other "big boys" of
the programmer world will be along anytime now with their 12C50x offerings.

I have my PICSTART 16B programming the little suckers now. Well, I mean
I have it doing simulated programming on a 16Cxx as I don't have any 12C50x
parts to test with. One of the unfortunate "side effects" of living in
Australia. :-(

Stay tuned, I think your enquiry is just ahead of all the 12C50x goodies coming.

-Jim

1996\09\16@142617 by David Tait

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Newfound Electronics wrote:

> I would expect that the likes of David Tait and the other "big boys" of
> the programmer world will be along anytime now with their 12C50x offerings.

Somehow I doubt that was a compliment :-)

Anyway, the new academic year starts about now so I won't be playing
with PICs for quite a while.  Last Easter I did find some time to
build a 16C5X/XX programmer so that I could experiment with unfamiliar
(to me) PICs.  I'm not prepared to release my software (I have enough
trouble supporting my free 16C84 programmer) but if anyone is
interested in the hardware design I've written a WWW page describing
it (the page includes the schematic):

http://www.man.ac.uk/~mbhstdj/upp.html

As Jim confirmed, the 12C50X programming spec has no surprises so my
new programmer could easily be made to work with these devices.

Despite my attachment to my own programmer design I guess if you
really want to homebrew a programmer then you should try Octavio
Nogueira's shareware offering:

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/tato/

His page claims he is adding the 12C50X devices to the already
long list of PICs that it can program.

David
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