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'The unused 40 pin pickstart socket.'
1994\06\15@073342 by IDH

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Can the unused 40 pin pickstart socket be used forprogramming 40 pin
PIC chips?.
                       Ian H.
                       

1994\06\15@074540 by byron

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> Can the unused 40 pin pickstart socket be used forprogramming 40 pin
> PIC chips?.

Don't know. What revision do you have? I have the 16B. No 40pin
socket at all.

Both of the 40 pin offerings can be programmer serially. Maybe it's
possible to create the 5 pin interface necessary to do that on a
daughterboard?

BTW can someone make the MPSTART.EXE software (V3.04) available to me?
I went to the Microchip seminar yesterday and got a PICSTART 16B but
I don't have a 1.44 3.5" floppy at home and of course the software is
on a disk of that format. Bummer. The BBS has the assembler and the simulator
but not the MPSTART software. I can get it ftp or you can mail it to me
in most any format. THe former would be preferable.

Thanks,

BAJ

1994\06\15@080137 by rca

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> spam_OUTbyronTakeThisOuTspamcc.gatech.edu (Byron A Jeff)
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>>BTW can someone make the MPSTART.EXE software (V3.04) available to me?
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>You can ftp it from ftp.sics.se in the pub/mchipsoft/picstrt16 directory or
similar.
>
>Hope that helps.
>
>Rafe
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1994\06\15@091502 by IDH

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> > Can the unused 40 pin pickstart socket be used forprogramming 40 pin
> > PIC chips?.
>
> Don't know. What revision do you have? I have the 16B. No 40pin
> socket at all.
>
> Both of the 40 pin offerings can be programmer serially. Maybe it's
> possible to create the 5 pin interface necessary to do that on a
> daughterboard?

My board is marked 04-01315 rev2.  The Firmware chip is marked
Picstart-16B firmware rev 1.4.  The copyright is  1992.  The location
of the 40pin socket is market u8.  Can serial programming be done
using the Picstart Board as the programmer?. (Perhaps this is
refrasing your last question).

                           Ian H.

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