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'Looking for an adapter for the PIC 17C756 (from 40'
1999\01\02@131714 by Corrine

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I own a PicStart Plus programmer and I`m looking for an adapter for the PIC
17C756.
The PicStart Plus accepts 40 pins IC and the 17C756 has 64 pins (or 68 in
PLCC).

If possible, I'd like to have the schematics to build my own adapter.


Corrine D.

1999\01\02@213452 by Mark A Moss

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I think that an adapter made from a DIP40 and a PLCC socket would work.
You would simply run a wire from the pin on the PLCC socket to the
matching pin function (not number!) on the DIP40 Socket.  I think this
chip only uses 25 of its pins for programming, so you would probably only
have to wire these pins.  I haven't tried this myself, but it should
work.

Mark Moss
Amateur Radio Operator, Technician, and General Tinkerer


On Sat, 2 Jan 1999 13:02:53 -0500 Corrine <spam_OUTcorrineTakeThisOuTspamVIDEOTRON.CA> writes:
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1999\01\02@220223 by Jim Robertson

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At 13:02 2/01/99 -0500, you wrote:
>I own a PicStart Plus programmer and I`m looking for an adapter for the PIC
>17C756.
>The PicStart Plus accepts 40 pins IC and the 17C756 has 64 pins (or 68 in
>PLCC).
>
>If possible, I'd like to have the schematics to build my own adapter.
>
>
>Corrine D.

Sure, here is what you want.

http://www.pipeline.com.au/users/newfound/adapter.htm

Follow the wiring for the warp-17 to 17C75x parts. It is the same for the
picstart plus.

Please let me know how you get on.


Jim
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1999\01\03@225858 by Corrine

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Hi,
With this wiring, you will make me saving more than 200$ CAN plus shipping
& handling !!!

I'll give you news when it will be done ....

Thanks,
Corrine

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> From: Jim Robertson <newfoundspamKILLspamPIPELINE.COM.AU>
> To: .....PICLISTKILLspamspam.....MITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Subject: Re: Looking for an adapter for the PIC 17C756 (from 40 to 64
pins)
> Date: 2 janvier, 1999 22:05
>
> At 13:02 2/01/99 -0500, you wrote:
> >I own a PicStart Plus programmer and I`m looking for an adapter for the
PIC
> >17C756.
> >The PicStart Plus accepts 40 pins IC and the 17C756 has 64 pins (or 68
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