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'In line programmer for 17C756'
2000\01\11@144809 by Roland Andrag

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Hello everyone!

I have just done a quick search on the web and was unable to find an in
circuit programmer for the 17C756. Does anyone here know of such a device??

Thanks
Roland

2000\01\11@185840 by Anthony Rudzki

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> I have just done a quick search on the web and was unable to find an in
> circuit programmer for the 17C756. Does anyone here know of such a
device??
>

Doesn't exist.  The 'A' version of the 756 is supposed to support ISP.  It
looks like the non-A version is being phased out (thank goodness)

tony

2000\01\11@190949 by Quitt, Walter

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"phased out (thank goodness)"

Why?  The A has more errata then the non-A!

Yes, the A is ICSP but, who cares on an OTP anyways?
Atleast I don't as we upgrade and change the
program anyways.  It is a big enough and costly
($10) enough for us to socket it.

-W

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Subject: Re: In line programmer for 17C756


> I have just done a quick search on the web and was unable to find an
in
> circuit programmer for the 17C756. Does anyone here know of such a
device??
>

Doesn't exist.  The 'A' version of the 756 is supposed to support ISP.
It
looks like the non-A version is being phased out (thank goodness)

tony

2000\01\11@211919 by Jim Robertson

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At 06:55 PM 1/11/00 -0500, you wrote:
>> I have just done a quick search on the web and was unable to find an in
>> circuit programmer for the 17C756. Does anyone here know of such a
>device??
>>
>
>Doesn't exist.  The 'A' version of the 756 is supposed to support ISP.  It
>looks like the non-A version is being phased out (thank goodness)
>
>tony
>

The non-A parts do have ICSP specified and there are suppostedly two
programmers
that I have heard of. Some Guy in France has one according to a message on
the
piclist some many months ago and recently, again on the piclist, I heard that
micro engineering labs had some code (in beta version) for the EPIC
programmer.

Myself, I never got the 17C7xx family to program via ICSP after a big effort.
I have my doubts that it works, at least according to the published specs.

Jim
Regards,

Jim Robertson
NEWFOUND ELECTRONICS
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2000\01\11@220556 by Mauricio Jancic

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Yes, there is one named WARP17, you only have to make an adapter. If i'm not mistaken it's available at dontronics.com, but i'm not pretty shure. Another option is that you buy a PICSTART plus, and program the '756 with it. The only requirement is to make/buy an adapter. there is a good adapter for the warp17 which works ok with PS+ (i used it); it must also be at dontronic's.

       Mauricio Jancic
       Buenos Aires, Republica Argentina

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Asunto: In line programmer for 17C756

Hello everyone!

I have just done a quick search on the web and was unable to find an in
circuit programmer for the 17C756. Does anyone here know of such a device??

Thanks
Roland

2000\01\12@015315 by Jim Robertson

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At 11:57 PM 1/11/00 -0300, you wrote:

Nope, the WARP-17 is my programmer and it does not support the ICSP mode, only
the parallel mode. It was replaced by the prime-17 some time ago though I
still have plenty of the circuit boards. Maybe time for a sale.

Jim


>Yes, there is one named WARP17, you only have to make an adapter. If i'm
not mistaken it's available at dontronics.com, but i'm not pretty shure.
Another option is that you buy a PICSTART plus, and program the '756 with
it. The only requirement is to make/buy an adapter. there is a good adapter
for the warp17 which works ok with PS+ (i used it); it must also be at
dontronic's.
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Regards,

Jim Robertson
NEWFOUND ELECTRONICS
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Email: KILLspamnewfoundKILLspamspampipeline.com.au
http://www.new-elect.com
MPLAB compatible PIC programmers.
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