Ben L Wirz
| If the following question is answered in a F.A.Q. somewhere, please let
me know. I am looking for easy to use pic programmer thats meets most of
1) Must be affordable for a college student (aprox. $100 or less)
2) Most importantly it must be able to program the 16CXX family. The
16C5X and 17CXX families would be nice, but not essential.
3) Speed is not a factor, I am willing to wait if it saves money.
4) A variety of socket types including a 44 pin PLCC would be nice.
5) A easy to use assembler with mouse cut and paste would also be a plus.
6) I don't mind building a kit or from plans if it saves money.
If I am missing any other featue I should look for, please notify
me. I would appreciate very much hearing from anyone who has had a bad or
good experience with a programer that fits these despriptions. I am also
in the market for a C complier that is reasonably priced (Shareware or
Free would be great!)
rry W. Ogletree
> If the following question is answered in a F.A.Q. somewhere, please let
> Must be affordable for a college student (aprox. $100 or less)
> Most importantly it must be able to program the 16CXX family. The
> 16C5X and 17CXX families would be nice, but not essential.
The Parallax PIC16Cxx-PGM is now sold in s "hobby" pack for $99.00. You must
print the docs from disk (PC required) make your own interconnect cable and
supply a 12 to ,24 v AC or 15 to 35 v DC wall wart to power it. Adapter
sockets are availble for around $50 as well as a documented header to build
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