I have already asked, but no answer till now, so I try once more (and
last): did any of you successfully programmed an 16C505 (except with
Picstart+), and if yes, which software and hardware were been used?
It is very important for me, bcus I stuck in a middle of a project.
At 12:46 28/08/99 +0200, you wrote:
I'm programming them fine with all my programmers and the programmers I have
added upgrades to. Any programmer that can program the 12C50x parts should
also program the 16C505 without problems as the algorithm is the same.
What programmer are you using? What problems are you having? I seem to have
you earlier posting.
MPLAB compatible PIC programmers.
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Yes, but with the propic2 hardware and software (for win). The hex was made
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Data: S‡bado, 28 de Agosto de 1999 07:46
Assunto: Programming 16C505
thank you for the answer. I am using the registered version of PicPro
programmer from Bojan Dobaj, version 3.61. The programmer is a Tait-style,
that Bojan suggests on his home page.
I can program virtually all processors (of course, except the 16C5x
family), also the 12C50x parts. However, when trying to write something
into 16C505 and the programmer does the 1st readback test on-the-fly, it
reports a mismatch. That happened for both OTP and JW parts. I have then
tried to read the chip with the Parallax hobby programmer, and the said
1st word is in the memory!
I have contacted also Bojan, but he does not know actually, too. Maybe I
have a wrong PIC series?
Thank you for the patience.
On Sat, 28 Aug 1999, Jim Robertson wrote:
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