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'Simple In circuit programmer for PIC16x84'
1999\02\09@230250 by Eric Oliver

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Hi guys,

Well, since I've decide to go with C instead of assembler and the only
compiler I can afford is the CCS compiler and the CCS compiler doesn't yet
support the PIC17, I'm going to develop on the PIC16x84 for awhile.  The
Easy PIC'n book recommends a simple "PIC on a board circuit". I thought I
would build that circuit to make experimenting easy but I also thought I
would throw in an In Circuit Programmer all on the same board.  Can someone
recommend the simplest programmer to add to this board for the PIC16x84 ? I
know there are a lot of them out there .. here's the catch though. Since it
appears the CCS compiler integrates with MPLAB, it sure would be nice to
have an ICSP that could be used from MPLAB. Is this even possible ?

TIA,
Eric

1999\02\09@232159 by Jim Robertson

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At 21:05 9/02/99 -0600, you wrote:
>Hi guys,
>
>Well, since I've decide to go with C instead of assembler and the only
>compiler I can afford is the CCS compiler and the CCS compiler doesn't yet
>support the PIC17, I'm going to develop on the PIC16x84 for awhile.  The
>Easy PIC'n book recommends a simple "PIC on a board circuit". I thought I
>would build that circuit to make experimenting easy but I also thought I
>would throw in an In Circuit Programmer all on the same board.  Can someone
>recommend the simplest programmer to add to this board for the PIC16x84 ? I
>know there are a lot of them out there .. here's the catch though. Since it
>appears the CCS compiler integrates with MPLAB, it sure would be nice to
>have an ICSP that could be used from MPLAB. Is this even possible ?

>TIA,
>Eric

Yes, I have it. Please see http://www.pipeline.com.au/users/newfound


Jim

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Email: spam_OUTnewfoundTakeThisOuTspampipeline.com.au
http://www.pipeline.com.au/users/newfound
MPLAB compatible PIC programmers and firmware
upgrades for many programmers.
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1999\02\09@232822 by Jim Robertson

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At 21:05 9/02/99 -0600, you wrote:
>Hi guys,
>
>Well, since I've decide to go with C instead of assembler and the only
>compiler I can afford is the CCS compiler and the CCS compiler doesn't yet
>support the PIC17, I'm going to develop on the PIC16x84 for awhile.  The
>Easy PIC'n book recommends a simple "PIC on a board circuit". I thought I
>would build that circuit to make experimenting easy but I also thought I
>would throw in an In Circuit Programmer all on the same board.  Can someone
>recommend the simplest programmer to add to this board for the PIC16x84 ? I
>know there are a lot of them out there .. here's the catch though. Since it
>appears the CCS compiler integrates with MPLAB, it sure would be nice to
>have an ICSP that could be used from MPLAB. Is this even possible ?

>TIA,
>Eric

ICSP and MPLAB compatibility at a price far less than the picstart plus?
There is only one person and  only one place to see.

http://www.pipeline.com.au/users/newfound

Many MPLAB programmer options to choose from.

Just doing my millionth test on it. I will be burning the first lot of chips
tomorrow.

Jim

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Jim Robertson
Email: .....newfoundKILLspamspam@spam@pipeline.com.au
http://www.pipeline.com.au/users/newfound
MPLAB compatible PIC programmers and firmware
upgrades for many programmers.
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1999\02\10@065149 by paulb

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Jim Robertson wrote:

> ICSP and MPLAB compatibility at a price far less than the picstart
> plus?  There is only one person and  only one place to see.

 And unbelievably modest! ;-)

> http://www.pipeline.com.au/users/newfound
> Many MPLAB programmer options to choose from.
--
 Cheers,
       Paul B.

1999\02\10@083234 by ryan pogge

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www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Way/5807/
this points to alot of programers


and this page has a circut that will adapt just about any
programer to work with mplab.
http://www.pipeline.com.au/users/newfound/

its realy damn cool actualy, go take a look.

latter Ryan




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1999\02\10@110600 by Eric Oliver

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Thanks, I'm in the plant and don't have Internet access right now. I'll check it
out tonight.

Eric

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