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'Hobby vs Production Programmers (ON Topic!!)'
1997\08\28@131849 by Mark Jurras

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In the past there has been discussion of Hobby type programmers that program
and check the PIC at 5V only. Production programmers seem to check the Min
and Max operating range. Is this check done during the blank check or during
code verification or both?

- -Mark

1997\08\28@140806 by Martin R. Green

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Both.

CIAO - Martin R. Green
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Subject:        Hobby vs Production Programmers (ON Topic!!)

In the past there has been discussion of Hobby type programmers that program
and check the PIC at 5V only. Production programmers seem to check the Min
and Max operating range. Is this check done during the blank check or during
code verification or both?

- -Mark

1997\08\28@185846 by Matt Bonner

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Mark Jurras wrote:
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> In the past there has been discussion of Hobby type programmers that program
> and check the PIC at 5V only. Production programmers seem to check the Min
> and Max operating range. Is this check done during the blank check or during
> code verification or both?
>
> - -Mark

Both.  Microchip's Pro-Mate II verifies and blank checks over the full
voltage range.
-- Matt

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