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'PIC14000 programmer'
1996\09\17@150856 by Dewey Davis

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Is there any alternative to the PICSTART-Plus for programming the PIC14000?  I
have been watching the third party sites for an announcement of this
capability.  But so far, the ITU, the WARPs, the PROPICs, etc, are only saying
that this will happen in the future sometime.  Apparently Microchip does not
have a PICSTART-Lite version for the PIC14000 either.  Is there no such thing
as a low cost programmer for the PIC14000?  Have I missed one somewhere?

Dewey Davis

1996\09\17@202622 by Jim Robertson

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At 03:00 PM 9/17/96 -0400, you wrote:
>Is there any alternative to the PICSTART-Plus for programming the PIC14000?  I
>have been watching the third party sites for an announcement of this
>capability.  But so far, the ITU, the WARPs, the PROPICs, etc, are only saying
>that this will happen in the future sometime.  Apparently Microchip does not
>have a PICSTART-Lite version for the PIC14000 either.  Is there no such thing
>as a low cost programmer for the PIC14000?  Have I missed one somewhere?
>
>Dewey Davis
>
Dewey,

Funny you should ask. My PIC14000 samples arrived just 15 minutes ago!
(We love the support we get in Australia!!) :-)

I have all the code ready and now I just need to test it before releasing.
Oh yer, Microchip have changed the specification so there is a chage or two
to be considered.

When I release the warp-3 support for the PIC14000 it will be the most complete
and easy to use as it automatically manages the calibration data. PS+ and
promate users must stuff around loadind seperate files etc.

Support for the PIC14000 is also included with my PS 16B or "PS LITE" upgrade.
I hope to offer this very shortly also.

Watch my web page for more info:

http://www.labyrinth.net.au/~newfound


Jim Robertson
NEWFOUND ELECTRONICS

1996\09\18@145805 by nogueira

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Dewey Davis wrote:
>
> Is there any alternative to the PICSTART-Plus for programming the PIC14000?  I
> have been watching the third party sites for an announcement of this
> capability.  But so far, the ITU, the WARPs, the PROPICs, etc, are only saying
> that this will happen in the future sometime.  Apparently Microchip does not
> have a PICSTART-Lite version for the PIC14000 either.  Is there no such thing
> as a low cost programmer for the PIC14000?  Have I missed one somewhere?
>
> Dewey Davis

The ProPic is a shareware and the new devices are added as fast as
peoples register it. Right now it's supporting 12C5XX and 16C55X.

Octavio
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1996\09\19@001959 by fastfwd

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nogueira <.....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> The ProPic is a shareware and .... it's supporting 12C5XX and
> 16C55X.

Octavio:

When you say that it "supports" the 12C5xx, does that mean that it
properly handles the oscillator-speed configuration word?

-Andy

Andrew Warren - fastfwdspamKILLspamix.netcom.com
Fast Forward Engineering, Vista, California
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/2499

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