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'PIC Replicator'
2000\05\15@193828 by Michael P Olson

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       Has anyone built the PIC Replicator from the May 2000 Poptronics
magazine? I just saw the article today, and it looks kind of like a
glorified Tate programmer (aren't they all!). Anyone taken a close look
at the circuit & software?

       Thanks,

       Mike.
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'PIC Replicator'
2000\06\05@113217 by John Perkinton
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Does anyone have a copy of the article. I was just about to build a
programmer with a memory for stand-alone pic copying.

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2000\06\05@145806 by M. Adam Davis

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Unfortunately the article was poorly titled.  The PIC replicator is a PIC
programmer controlled by computer.  What makes it nice is that you don't have to
have preprogrammed chips to run the programmer.  It uses a 16f84 to do the brunt
of the programming work, and it includes a 'bootstrap' programmer of sorts which
allows one to program that initial 16f84 from the computer.  Then a few jumpers
are moved, and the programmer can program nearly (I believe all, but am not
sure) all the PIC family, and a few other components, from the computer.

A stand alone pic programmer/replicator has been in my mind for some time now,
but I don't have an active need for one, so it's alway's on the back burner.

-Adam

John Perkinton wrote:
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> Does anyone have a copy of the article. I was just about to build a
> programmer with a memory for stand-alone pic copying.
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2000\06\05@150218 by Andrew Kunz

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You can get a "replicator" from http://www.carmacon.com - it isn't on the website, but
it's pretty cool.  The code is stored in an EEPROM and then you just push a
button to duplicate it.

Andy

2000\06\10@032733 by picxpert

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The PIC Replicator in that article is not a stand-alone unit.

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