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1999\07\22@182207 by Andrew Greenberg

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Hello all,

Does anybody know of a commercially available in-circuit serial programmer
for the 17C series pics besides the ProMate II?

Unfortunately, the ProMate II is simply too expensive and I'm sure someone
out there has built a 17C ICSP module that's simple and cheap.

Please let me know if you know of one!

Thanks so much,

Andrew


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1999\07\22@230826 by A Rudzki

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I don't think you'll find one.  As far as i know, the 17C series is still
parallel programmable, like the 16C5x series.

I know the programming pod that I have (promate II) for the 17C756 is
multiple programming tracks.  The 17C756A is supposed to be serial
programmable....



tony

1999\07\22@235123 by Jim Robertson

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At 15:07 22/07/99 -0700, you wrote:

I do not know of one but I have had several requests from FAE's here in
Australia in the last few days. I have started work on converting my existing
programmer firmware but I just haven't had time. Hopefully this afternoon
I will get a crack at it. I am meaning to complete this ASAP.

Only the 17C7xx parts are serial programmed. The 17C4x parts cannot be
programmed serially.

Regards,

Jim


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Regards,

Jim Robertson
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1999\07\23@011458 by Tony Nixon

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> >Hello all,
> >
> >Does anybody know of a commercially available in-circuit serial programmer
> >for the 17C series pics besides the ProMate II?
> >
> >Unfortunately, the ProMate II is simply too expensive and I'm sure someone
> >out there has built a 17C ICSP module that's simple and cheap.
> >
> >Please let me know if you know of one!
> >

I don't know if you have the time, but roll your own with 'The Engine'.

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Best regards

Tony

'The Engine' - Design your own programmer.

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1999\07\23@012725 by Frans Gunawan

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try this:
* R.Lacoste's PIC17C756 simple in-circuit programmer
Copyright (C) 1997 Robert Lacoste - France.
*   Email : EraseMERLACOSTEspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTEuropeM01.nt.com

Good Luck

Andrew Greenberg wrote:

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1999\07\23@111418 by Greg Wiley

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Andrew Greenberg <@spam@drewKILLspamspamUAD.COM> wrote

> Does anybody know of a commercially available in-circuit serial programmer
> for the 17C series pics besides the ProMate II?

If you don't mind a kit, check out Myke Predko's
Yap programmer: http://www.myke.com .  It
contains an RS-232 interface and a run-time
oscillator and ps on-board.

 -greg

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