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'Build 16F84 Programmer?'
1998\05\06@185745 by parkiss

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Would it be tough to roll your own?  Any schematics on the web?

Thanks,

Steve

1998\05\07@034349 by wkysag

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On  6 May 98 at 15:09, S Parkis wrote:

> Would it be tough to roll your own?  Any schematics on the web?

You can find some links on
http://people.frankfurt.netsurf.de/Wolfgang.Kynast/pic.htm

Wolfgang

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1998\05\07@065533 by Caisson

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> Van: S Parkis <spam_OUTparkissTakeThisOuTspamearthlink.net>
> Aan: .....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Onderwerp: Build 16F84 Programmer?
> Datum: donderdag 7 mei 1998 1:09
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> Would it be tough to roll your own?  Any schematics on the web?

No, Yes.

> Thanks,

Your welcome ;-)

> Steve

Ok. And now for real.  The specs of a PIC16C84 programmer are on
Micro-Chips CD, in a .PDF-File called AN589.
They should also be on their web-site (http://www.microchip.com)

There are also multiple designs & software (made by fellow Pic-listers and
alike) floating around this list.

I build a re-designed programmer (based on the AN589 document) for the
16C84 and wrote my own code to go with it.  It consist outof a 74125 one
BC547 a 78L12, a 78L05 and some resistors and a Printer-port connector
(about Fl15,- dutch guilders (7$)).  it needs a non-regulated 16 volt power
supply.  It works.

Greetz,
 Rudy Wieser

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