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'Using P16PRO with NOPPP style programmer'
1999\10\18@185154 by Brent Austin

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Has anyone had any success using a NOPPP style (or Tait style) programmer
with P16PRO?

If so, I'd like to know what circuit modifications and hardware setup is
needed.

Thanks!,
Brent

1999\10\18@202423 by Don McKenzie

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Brent Austin wrote:
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> Has anyone had any success using a NOPPP style (or Tait style) programmer
> with P16PRO?
>
> If so, I'd like to know what circuit modifications and hardware setup is
> needed.

download P16pro lite if it's an 84 you want to program.
linked from: http://www.dontronics.com/p16pro.html

Run it and get into the hardware setup.
this will show you the changes that need to be made to your nopp
programmer.
For instance the software doesn't support pin 1, the strobe line, but I
think the others can be configured.

It will only cost you the time to try, and I will be very interested in
the results.

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1999\10\19@043122 by Dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,
I use the circuit recommended by B. Dobaj himself (the author of P16PRO).

I think it is a Tait-style programmer. I put 2 pcs 330 pF capacitors
between RB.6 resp. RB.7 and gnd. Otherwise it did not work. Now it is all
correct.

Regards,
Imre


On Mon, 18 Oct 1999, Brent Austin wrote:

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