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'PICkit1 experience?'
2003\04\10@125432 by Hazelwood Lyle

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Has anyone had any experience with the PICkit1 from MChip?
It looks like an inexpensive way to introduce a few of
my programmers to PICs.
While it claims to support 8 and 14 pin flash pics, I'm
also wondering if it would support larger pics through
a homebrew ICSP cable.

As cheap as it is, even if it's only a "trainer" it might
be worth the money. If it'll double as a USB ICSP programmer,
so much the better.

Any experiences or opinions are welcomed.

Lyle

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2003\04\10@131136 by Kalun Lau

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Hello

Where can i get the pickit1?



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Thursday, April 10, 2003, 11:53:30 AM, you wrote:

HL> Has anyone had any experience with the PICkit1 from MChip?
HL> It looks like an inexpensive way to introduce a few of
HL> my programmers to PICs.
HL> While it claims to support 8 and 14 pin flash pics, I'm
HL> also wondering if it would support larger pics through
HL> a homebrew ICSP cable.

HL> As cheap as it is, even if it's only a "trainer" it might
HL> be worth the money. If it'll double as a USB ICSP programmer,
HL> so much the better.

HL> Any experiences or opinions are welcomed.

HL> Lyle

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2003\04\10@131439 by Ned Konz

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On Thursday 10 April 2003 09:53 am, Hazelwood Lyle wrote:
> Has anyone had any experience with the PICkit1 from MChip?
> It looks like an inexpensive way to introduce a few of
> my programmers to PICs.
> While it claims to support 8 and 14 pin flash pics, I'm
> also wondering if it would support larger pics through
> a homebrew ICSP cable.
>
> As cheap as it is, even if it's only a "trainer" it might
> be worth the money. If it'll double as a USB ICSP programmer,
> so much the better.

Have you read the manual that they have on the web site? It looks like
it could be used for any of the chips in the family, though you might
have to make an adapter or adapter cable.

One nice thing is that the USB protocol is actually documented
(according to the manual) and they include the source code for the
programmer app. This could be used to support (say) Linux.

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2003\04\10@132128 by Ned Konz

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On Thursday 10 April 2003 10:08 am, Kalun Lau wrote:
> Hello
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> Where can i get the pickit1?

Digi-Key, $36 US. But they only have 9 left...

http://www.digikey.com/scripts/us/dksus.dll?KeywordSearch&Keywords=pickit1

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2003\04\10@132140 by Hazelwood Lyle

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>-----Original Message-----
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>Hello
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>Where can i get the pickit1?


While I didn't see any purchase options on the MChip website,
I do see the PICkit1 listed as in-stock at Digi-Key.
Try http://www.digikey.com and search for PICkit1.

Lyle

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2003\04\23@224349 by Sean Alcorn - PIC Stuff
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On Friday, Apr 11, 2003, at 03:19 Australia/Sydney, Ned Konz wrote:

> Digi-Key, $36 US. But they only have 9 left...
>
> http://www.digikey.com/scripts/us/
> dksus.dll?KeywordSearch&Keywords=pickit1

For all those who are interested, Digi-Key now has 238 x PICkit1s in
stock.

No make that 236 - I just bought two!!! :-)

Get em while they're hot guys!!!

Cheers,

Sean

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