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'PicStart Plus Adapters for PLCC'
1998\11\13@054416 by Spk41q

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Hi,

I post again cause unknown problem with posting. I 've only
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Hi again

Sorry ! With incomplete question, incomplete answer...

My question was:
I"ve heard that adapters exist for picstart plus programmer but I did not find
informations about them on Microchip www.

I specify: adapters PLCC for 44 and 68 pins (16c923/924).


Sincerely
Dan

1998\11\13@075229 by Chip Weller

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Try on of the following,

http://www.logicalsys.com

http://www.emulation.com


>I"ve heard that adapters exist for picstart plus programmer but I did not
find
>informations about them on Microchip www.
>
>I specify: adapters PLCC for 44 and 68 pins (16c923/924).


Chip

1998\11\13@172138 by Mark Willis

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You'll continue to see that error message forever, I'd guess;  NEC
Japan has a bunch of bozo's running their e-mail handling system,
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 What it means is that the PICList GOT your post, and sent it to the
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1998\11\19@090225 by Chip Weller

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Try on of the following,

http://www.logicalsys.com

http://www.emulation.com


>I"ve heard that adapters exist for picstart plus programmer but I did not
find
>informations about them on Microchip www.
>
>I specify: adapters PLCC for 44 and 68 pins (16c923/924).


Chip

1998\11\19@112757 by Dave Johnson

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>I"ve heard that adapters exist for picstart plus programmer but I did not
>find
>informations about them on Microchip www.
>
>I specify: adapters PLCC for 44 and 68 pins (16c923/924).
FWIW, I see the 68PLCC adapter here in the DigiKey catalog for $129. Ouch.

Dave Johnson

1998\11\19@125529 by Spk41q

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Hi,

I post again cause unknown problem with posting. I 've only
"EraseMEPICLISTspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTMITVMA.MIT.EDU" in field "to" and when reject, said can't be
delivered to "TW..."


Hi again

Sorry ! With incomplete question, incomplete answer...

My question was:
I"ve heard that adapters exist for picstart plus programmer but I did not find
informations about them on Microchip www.

I specify: adapters PLCC for 44 and 68 pins (16c923/924).


Sincerely
Dan

1998\11\21@205114 by Mark A Moss

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On Thu, 19 Nov 1998 08:30:04 -0800 Dave Johnson <djohnsonspamspam_OUTSIRIUS.COM>
writes:
>>I"ve heard that adapters exist for picstart plus programmer but I did
>not
>>find
>>informations about them on Microchip www.
>>
>>I specify: adapters PLCC for 44 and 68 pins (16c923/924).
>FWIW, I see the 68PLCC adapter here in the DigiKey catalog for $129.
>Ouch.
>
>Dave Johnson
>

I've asked this before, but really didn't get a satisfactory answer.  Are
the adapters passive devices (wire to wire adapter) or do they have some
type of active switching in them; say a transistor or demultiplexer to
switch signals to the extra pins (which I don't think are used during
programming anyway.)  If it is straight wire to wire, paying attention to
different pin number/function arrangements, it seems like it would be
easy to wire up your own for a lot less.

Mark Moss
Amateur Radio Operator, Technician, and General Tinkerer

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1998\11\22@002024 by Darrel Johansen

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Mark A Moss wrote:
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The adapters are entirely passive.  The expensive part is the
connector.  If you can get by without an expensive connector
and can wire your own, it should work just fine.

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