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1999\02\03@214030 by blckburn

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Hello to all

Can someone recommend a good pic programer, I would prefer a kit.
Are there any plans available for this?   Thanks in advance.

Bill Blackburn

1999\02\04@071104 by Arjen G. Lentz

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> Can someone recommend a good pic programer, I would prefer a kit.
> Are there any plans available for this?   Thanks in advance.

Check out    marple.eece.maine.edu/~segee/ece478/prog84.html
It's extremely simple and has worked okidoki for me.

I use it with a Windows serial PIC programmer (PICSER).

Regards, Arjen.

1999\02\04@074254 by WF AUTOMACAO

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Bill Blackburn wrote:
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> Hello to all
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> Can someone recommend a good pic programer, I would prefer a kit.
> Are there any plans available for this?   Thanks in advance.
>
> Bill Blackburn

Contact Octavio Nogueira <spam_OUTnogueiraTakeThisOuTspamMANDIC.COM.BR>

Miguel

1999\02\05@054633 by Arjen G. Lentz

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Andy wrote:

> >>> Can someone recommend a good pic programer, I would prefer a kit.
> >> Check out    marple.eece.maine.edu/~segee/ece478/prog84.html
> >> It's extremely simple and has worked okidoki for me.
> >> I use it with a Windows serial PIC programmer (PICSER).
> > Good find that one!!  know any free software that works with that??
> > Also do you know the main page for the article??

What article ;-) This is it. The schematics are all you need. Nothing more to
it.
You can use the PIP-02 serial programmer, or something compatible with it.
Like I said, I'm using that Windows thingie called PICSER.
You can search AltaVista for either keyword to find a site with the files.
If you can't find them, let me know and I'll e-mail them to you.

Regards, Arjen.

1999\02\05@062907 by Sam Powell

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If you live in the UK and dont mind getting your hands dirty try the Maplin
PIC Progtammer.. It works for me, very well, and cost only #30, of course u
have to build it yourself. Note that it says frankly in the instructions
that you MAY experience problems, especially if you have a new PC and cannot
set the parallel port into compatabiliy mode.


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Subject: PIC Programmer ?


>Hello to all
>
>Can someone recommend a good pic programer, I would prefer a kit.
>Are there any plans available for this?   Thanks in advance.
>
>Bill Blackburn
>

1999\02\05@064351 by Jim Robertson

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At 01:15 4/02/99 -0000, you wrote:
>If you live in the UK and dont mind getting your hands dirty try the Maplin
>PIC Progtammer.. It works for me, very well, and cost only #30, of course u
>have to build it yourself. Note that it says frankly in the instructions
>that you MAY experience problems, especially if you have a new PC and cannot
>set the parallel port into compatabiliy mode.

I would be interested to know if the maplin programmer is compatible with
the standard, generic "tait style. " Does it use a 7407 and pnp transistors?

Do you have a circuit you can share?

If it is tait compatible (and I think it is a direct copy of an early tait
design)
then you can always use my $19USD firmware chip and use MPLAB as
the programming software. I also have two windows drivers, a DOS
driver and there are two MAC drivers also. Some other party is writing
a linux driver right now.

A dirt cheap MPLAB compatible programmer? You bet ya.

Jim


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1999\02\08@022320 by Dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,

On Fri, 5 Feb 1999, Jim Robertson wrote:

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Excuse for the naive question: what you wrote means I could use the
PICSTart + with pure DOS ?
Imre

1999\02\08@050243 by Jim Robertson

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At 08:13 8/02/99 +0100, you wrote:
>Hi,
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>On Fri, 5 Feb 1999, Jim Robertson wrote:
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>> If it is tait compatible (and I think it is a direct copy of an early tait
>> design)
>> then you can always use my $19USD firmware chip and use MPLAB as
>> the programming software. I also have two windows drivers, a DOS
>> driver and there are two MAC drivers also. Some other party is writing
>> a linux driver right now.
>>
>> A dirt cheap MPLAB compatible programmer? You bet ya.
>>
>> Jim
>>
>Excuse for the naive question: what you wrote means I could use the
>PICSTart + with pure DOS ?

No, my MPLAB chip is bilingual and the DOS mode is with my protocol and
not MPLAB.

As soon as I get time I will try to get my DOS software going with the
PICSTART plus. I already have picstart plus windows software going.

Jim

>Imre
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