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'AN589 PCB Design'
1997\07\02@225821 by David Boone

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Hello, does anybody have a PCB design for the AN589 PIC16C84 programmer?
This would save me the trouble of designing my own.

Thank-you

David Boone
spam_OUTdaveTakeThisOuTspampyramid.bc.ca

1997\07\03@063608 by Oliver P.

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I was going to make my own PC for this prgrammer as well, but while
browsing the stuff   at Radio Shack came across an excellant alternitve. It
is called the componets PCB, It has various paterns for components on the
board which work out real well tor the AN589. I was able to complete the
board assembly in under half an hour and it looks great. Plus it only cost
2.89$. I just built mine last week. Good Luck
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1997\07\03@102347 by Jean-Francois.Joly

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Hello David!

> Hello, does anybody have a PCB design for the AN589 PIC16C84 programmer?
> This would save me the trouble of designing my own.

You can take a look at Steve Marchant's home page at the following
address: http://www.ccc.nottingham.ac.uk/~cczsteve/pic84.html

He talks about the PIC programmer featured in the AN589 and all
necessairy software that comes with it...

Hope this helps,
Jean-Francois
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1997\07\04@011917 by Rusu Dan Victor

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On Wed, 2 Jul 1997, David Boone wrote:

> Hello, does anybody have a PCB design for the AN589 PIC16C84 programmer?
> This would save me the trouble of designing my own.

Dave,

If you don't already have a PCB four your PIC project, I think a better
idea is to integrate the AN589 programmer into your project. It will save
you very much design time. I did it, and it works very well!

Dan

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1997\07\04@053329 by Ian Raymond Douglas

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It never ceases to amaze me that even though most components and related
articles are made in the Asian countries how there can be such price
differences from country to country. One of our students building his
project needed a 1 amp bridge rectifier and (shock - horror) bought one
from Radio Shack in Melbourne and paid $5.95.
            Oh well.
                   Ian
On Thu, 3 Jul 1997, Oliver P. wrote:

> I was going to make my own PC for this prgrammer as well, but while
> browsing the stuff   at Radio Shack came across an excellant alternitve. It
> is called the componets PCB, It has various paterns for components on the
> board which work out real well tor the AN589. I was able to complete the
> board assembly in under half an hour and it looks great. Plus it only cost
> 2.89$. I just built mine last week. Good Luck

1997\07\04@235746 by Mike Smith

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I didn't think *anyone* bought parts from Radio Shack - overpriced, low
stock, and outdated technology.

If its something like a W04, you can get them in the 20 off qty for well
under a dollar - 50-60c ea

If you're in a real hurry, use Radio Spares or Farnell Components, they
*are* pricey, but what a range and stock level!

MikeS
<@spam@mikesmith_ozKILLspamspamrelaymail.net>

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alternitve. It
> > is called the componets PCB, It has various paterns for components on
the
> > board which work out real well tor the AN589. I was able to complete
the
> > board assembly in under half an hour and it looks great. Plus it only
cost
> > 2.89$. I just built mine last week. Good Luck

1997\07\06@012831 by Oliver P.

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Nice thing about radio shack is that they are open 7 days a week and they
are located pretty much everywhere, to me that sounds cheaper then saving a
few dimes and waiting for delivery or driving across the country just to
get that last piece to finsh your project. Afterall time is money.

1997\07\07@155506 by paulb

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Oliver P. wrote:

> Nice thing about radio shack is that they are open 7 days a week and they
> are located pretty much everywhere,

 One must remember that our experience in this country may be quite
different.  Even in major shopping centres (malls to you?), they are not
necessarily open Saturday afternoon and Sunday.

> to me that sounds cheaper then saving a few dimes and waiting for
> delivery or driving across the country just to get that last piece to
> finsh your project.

 Stock of components, as against pre-built products, has never been a
forte in this country I fear.

> Afterall time is money.

 But for item after item, money is money too!

 I sent this to someone else directly:

 "Essentially, the only components I have bought from them have been
sell-off stock, or the occasional "special".  Such as a pack of coloured
alligator clip leads, or a voice synthesiser chip when they dropped that
line.

 It is rather sad too, that all the important components seem to
appear as an item priced way beyond their value, do not sell (due
to the price of course) then shortly fall foul of the stock policy
which says that they did not sell, so they are dropped at disposals
price and of course sell out in days!

 What appears in the US to be a useful supplier of serious components
functions here as an over-priced ***-*** seller of poor quality rej****
from As*** manufacture."

 Cheers,
       Paul B.

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