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2000\01\30@165249 by Aaron

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Subject: P16pro40


I have a pic16pro40 board, and pic16pro software.  I can successfully
program a 16c873, but cannot program either a 12c509, or a 16f84.

Does anyone have any ideas.

Regards

Aaron

2000\01\30@170706 by Randy Glenn

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Have you put the chip in the ZIF socket properly? There's a placement guide
on the PC board, and on the schematic, I beleive. You can't just put the
chips all the way at the top of the socket.

-Randy Glenn
E-Mail: spam_OUTPICxpertTakeThisOuTspamyahoo.com
Web: http://i.am/PICxpert

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'[PIC]: P16PRO40 Programmer'
2000\09\26@010306 by Chuck Adams
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I have just built the above.  When I go to the URL in the
docs to get the schematic and the trial version of the software
it shows to be no longer available.  I purchased the kit from
Electronics123.

Have I reached a dead end here?

Thanks in Advance,

P.S.  I now have 5 programmers up and running.  Waiting on an
order for the EPIC programmer, but they seem to be running way
behind on shipping.  I'll have a summary review for those
interested.

Chuck Adams, K7QO   Prescott, AZ

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2000\09\26@011056 by Randy Glenn

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I saw this URL mentioned recently, though I have no idea on what
list:

http://www.picallw.com/

- -Randy Glenn
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'P16PRO40 In circuit programming ?.'
2003\05\02@054556 by moonshadow
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I have a P16PRO40 programmer and wondered if anyone has modified theirs to program PIC's in circuit ?. I was thinking along the lines of a dil header to plug into the programmer  .... cable ..... Icp connector to development board ?.            Thanks. John Kent.

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2003\05\02@063028 by Lyle Hazelwood
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>I have a P16PRO40 programmer and wondered if anyone has modified
>theirs to program PIC's in circuit ?. I was thinking along the
>lines of a dil header to plug into the programmer  .... cable .....
>Icp connector to development board ?.
>
>Thanks. John Kent.

Yes, this is how I use mine.
I'm using a 3 foot, 5 pin cable for ICSP.
The cable uses a 40 pin machine socket to
attach to the programmer, and a keyed 5 pin
connector to the target chip.

It has worked very well on my first batch of
PCBs made professionally, and has a bit of trouble
on a current homemade board, though I blame sloppy
wiring techniques for that.

Note that the pin used for "icsp" in the picallw
software is not always the one used by IC-Prog, you
may need to move the VPP wire if you change between
software programs or target PICs.

Of course, keep the PARport cable to 3 ft or less.

Lyle

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2003\05\02@113133 by Tal

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I used the P16PRO40 for several months with in circuit programming and
it worked just fine. I used a DIL socket as an header, wires of 10-12"
and a plug at the other end that plug into the board. If I recall
correctly, I even did not have to unplug the programmer when running the
firmware (currently we are using Warp13a and have to disconnect the plug
each time after we program the PIC).

Tal

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'[PIC] can't program PIC16F* with P16PRO40 and WINP'
2004\12\06@220042 by Chris Williams
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Alright, I have the P16PRO40
(http://www.lpilsley.freeserve.co.uk/pdf/p16pro40.pdf) programmer, and no
matter which PIC I choose, I'm unable to program it with WINPIC
(http://www.qsl.net/dl4yhf/winpicpr.html). If anyone can help me out, I
would be grateful. I'm able to use the programmer with PICALLW and icprog.
However those don't support the chip I need to flash.





Thanks



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2004\12\06@220458 by WIRED57

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Alright, I have the P16PRO40
(http://www.lpilsley.freeserve.co.uk/pdf/p16pro40.pdf) programmer, and no
matter which PIC I choose, I'm unable to program it with WINPIC
(http://www.qsl.net/dl4yhf/winpicpr.html). If anyone can help me out, I
would be grateful. I'm able to use the programmer with PICALLW and icprog.
However those don't support the chip I need to flash.





Thanks



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2004\12\06@221756 by Denny Esterline

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Sorry, I don't have any useful sugestions, but I am curious which PIC
you're using?
-Denny


> Alright, I have the P16PRO40
> (http://www.lpilsley.freeserve.co.uk/pdf/p16pro40.pdf) programmer, and no
> matter which PIC I choose, I'm unable to program it with WINPIC
> (http://www.qsl.net/dl4yhf/winpicpr.html). If anyone can help me out, I
> would be grateful. I'm able to use the programmer with PICALLW and
icprog.
> However those don't support the chip I need to flash.
>
>
>
>
>
> Thanks
>
>
>
> ______________________________________________

2004\12\07@020236 by Chris Williams

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Mainly I'm using the PIC16F88, BUT I WILL ALSO BE USING THE 16F877A, 16F73
and a few others.

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Subject: Re: [PIC] can't program PIC16F* with P16PRO40 and WINPIC

Sorry, I don't have any useful sugestions, but I am curious which PIC
you're using?
-Denny


> Alright, I have the P16PRO40
> (http://www.lpilsley.freeserve.co.uk/pdf/p16pro40.pdf) programmer, and no
> matter which PIC I choose, I'm unable to program it with WINPIC
> (http://www.qsl.net/dl4yhf/winpicpr.html). If anyone can help me out, I
> would be grateful. I'm able to use the programmer with PICALLW and
icprog.
> However those don't support the chip I need to flash.
>
>
>
>
>
> Thanks
>
>
>
> ______________________________________________

2004\12\07@084813 by Gaston Gagnon

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Hi Chris,
Add the following line after PIC16F819 in device.ini in Picall directory.

PIC16F88    4096   256  1   25  18    4      2     0    3    1   0 CCPMX
WRT0 WRT1

Gaston

Chris Williams wrote:
> Mainly I'm using the PIC16F88, BUT I WILL ALSO BE USING THE 16F877A, 16F73
> and a few others.
>
> {Original Message removed}

2004\12\07@104320 by Denny Esterline

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I had problems with the 'F88 and ICPROG too. I had to switch to WINPIC and
I had no problems.. But I was using one of the little olimex pic-pg2c
programmers.

-Denny




> Mainly I'm using the PIC16F88, BUT I WILL ALSO BE USING THE 16F877A,
16F73
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