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1996\04\01@172712 by Doug Manzer

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Does anyone know of a source for low-cost prototyping boards for
PIC's? What I have in mind is a bare board (something like
Microchip's PICDEM) with solder holes for a PIC plus various
other likely parts such as pull up/down resistors for the i/o
ports, serial interface such as Max-232, pin headers for flat
cable connectors, etc.

Thanks, D.M.

1996\04\01@194911 by Don McKenzie

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On Mon, 1 Apr 1996, Doug Manzer wrote:

> Does anyone know of a source for low-cost prototyping boards for
> PIC's? What I have in mind is a bare board (something like
> Microchip's PICDEM) with solder holes for a PIC plus various
> other likely parts such as pull up/down resistors for the i/o
> ports, serial interface such as Max-232, pin headers for flat
> cable connectors, etc.
> Thanks, D.M.

Yes, I have aboard that does all of that mentioned above. It's called a
PIGMY board and not only has provision for a MAX-232 but also a pair of
MAX-485's. It's the same size as a 3.5" floppy diskette, supports 18 and
28(5x) pin chips, basic stamp 1 and 2, ETI Pic Basic, In-circuit load
and go 84 programming and lots more.

Check out the gif overlay of the Rev B PIGMY board on my home page.

Don McKenzie spam_OUTdonmckTakeThisOuTspamlabyrinth.net.au
DonTronics Tullamarine, Australia
http://www.labyrinth.net.au/~donmck

PIC Programmers starting at $15US, BS1/2 & Alternatives 18/28 PIC proto
PicoSaurus, the 40 pin ETI PIC Basic with 8K EEPROM Free Windows Dev Sys

1996\04\01@195946 by Todd Peterson

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At 02:35 PM 4/1/96 -0800, you wrote:
>Does anyone know of a source for low-cost prototyping boards for
>PIC's? What I have in mind is a bare board (something like
>Microchip's PICDEM) with solder holes for a PIC plus various
>other likely parts such as pull up/down resistors for the i/o
>ports, serial interface such as Max-232, pin headers for flat
>cable connectors, etc.
>
>Thanks, D.M.

Have you seen Micro-Engineering Lab's bare boards? They are available from
Parallax, Inc. - (916) 624-8333.

Also, since you asked, my company, E-LAB Digital Engineering, Inc.
manufactures a board that greatly simplifies PIC design.  It has on-board
power regulation, clock, a/d, 36 terminal blocks, expansion port - even a
direct LCD connection port!

If you'd like a free information pack (anyone), please e-mail your POSTAL
mailing address to:   .....tpetersonKILLspamspam@spam@netins.net
and ask for a PICPlus(tm) information packet.

I hope to be of some assistance to you!

Todd Peterson

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*** Developers of the PICPlus(TM) Microcontroller Board ***

Todd Peterson, Computer Engineer   (tpetersonspamKILLspamnetins.net)
E-LAB Digital Engineering, Inc.

P.O. Box 246
Lawton, IA 51030-0246
(712) 944-5344

Visit us at: http://www.netins.net/showcase/elab/

E-Mail Now for Your Free PICPlus(TM) Information Packet!
TO: .....tpetersonKILLspamspam.....netins.net   (include POSTAL mailing address)
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1996\04\01@210543 by Eric T. Brewer

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At 2:35 PM 4/1/96, Doug Manzer wrote:
>Does anyone know of a source for low-cost prototyping boards for
>PIC's? What I have in mind is a bare board (something like
>Microchip's PICDEM) with solder holes for a PIC plus various
>other likely parts such as pull up/down resistors for the i/o
>ports, serial interface such as Max-232, pin headers for flat
>cable connectors, etc.
>
>Thanks, D.M.

Parallax has some. I believe they are reselling another companies
boards (from somewhere in Colorado). Take a peek at their
web page at http://www.parallaxinc.com.

eric

1996\04\02@013615 by Todd Peterson
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Sorry if this appears twice...

At 02:35 PM 4/1/96 -0800, you wrote:
>Does anyone know of a source for low-cost prototyping boards for
>PIC's? What I have in mind is a bare board (something like
>Microchip's PICDEM) with solder holes for a PIC plus various
>other likely parts such as pull up/down resistors for the i/o
>ports, serial interface such as Max-232, pin headers for flat
>cable connectors, etc.
>
>Thanks, D.M.

Have you seen Micro-Engineering Lab's bare boards? They are available from
Parallax, Inc. - (916) 624-8333.

Also, since you asked, my company, E-LAB Digital Engineering, Inc.
manufactures a board that greatly simplifies PIC design.  It has on-board
power regulation, clock, a/d, 36 terminal blocks, expansion port - even a
direct LCD connection port!

If you'd like a free information pack (anyone), please e-mail your POSTAL
mailing address to:   EraseMEtpetersonspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTnetins.net
and ask for a PICPlus(tm) information packet.

I hope to be of some assistance to you!

Todd Peterson

===========================================================
*** Developers of the PICPlus(TM) Microcontroller Board ***

Todd Peterson, Computer Engineer   (tpetersonspamspam_OUTnetins.net)
E-LAB Digital Engineering, Inc.

P.O. Box 246
Lawton, IA 51030-0246
(712) 944-5344

Visit us at: http://www.netins.net/showcase/elab/

E-Mail Now for Your Free PICPlus(TM) Information Packet!
TO: @spam@tpetersonKILLspamspamnetins.net   (include POSTAL mailing address)
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1996\04\02@124504 by Reginald Neale

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>Also, since you asked, my company, E-LAB Digital Engineering, Inc.
>manufactures a board that greatly simplifies PIC design.  It has on-board
>power regulation, clock, a/d, 36 terminal blocks, expansion port - even a
>direct LCD connection port!
>
>If you'd like a free information pack (anyone), please e-mail your POSTAL
>mailing address to:   KILLspamtpetersonKILLspamspamnetins.net
>and ask for a PICPlus(tm) information packet.

Reginald Neale
Hazlow Electronics
49 Saint Bridgets Drive
Rochester NY 14605

Thanks,
Reg

.....................Reg Neale.....................
"Ignorance is a renewable resource"   P.J. O'Rourke

1996\04\03@013122 by Andrew Warren

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Doug Manzer <RemoveMEPICLISTTakeThisOuTspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> Does anyone know of a source for low-cost prototyping boards for
> PIC's? What I have in mind is a bare board (something like
> Microchip's PICDEM) with solder holes for a PIC plus various other
> likely parts such as pull up/down resistors for the i/o ports,
> serial interface such as Max-232, pin headers for flat cable
> connectors, etc.

Doug:

There are numerous sources for this sort of thing... microEngineering
Labs makes a whole family of what they call "PICProto" boards, Depew
Engineering makes a very similar product called the "PICDEV", Farsoft
Computers makes the "Proto-1", etc.

They're all in Microchip's "Third-Party Guide"... Until you get a
copy of the book from your local Microchip sales rep, here are a few
phone numbers:

   microEngineering:  719 520-5323
   Depew Engineering:  612 926-6212
   Farsoft:  27 11 8289255 (South Africa)

There are a bunch of other manufacturers of boards with LED/LCD
displays, UARTs, keypads, etc., but that sounds like more than what
you want.

-Andy

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

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