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2000\02\04@090505 by ser, Carl Woodrow, JR (Carl)

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I just ordered the Warp13 programmer.  Power Supply is not included -- is
just a wall module unit required?  If so what are the specs?

I'm just getting into PIC development.  I already have a solderless
breadboard but I need to obtain the following parts -- where is a good place
to order in small quantity?

       - PIC 16F84A
       - Ceramic Resonator or Xtal
       - an A/D chip that serially interfaces to the PIC
       - an inexpensive digital readout that easily interfaces to the PIC


                                                    Carl W. Moser

2000\02\04@094423 by Dan Creagan

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A good one stop shopping place for items like this (in small quantity) is
Peter Anderson's site.  http://www.phanderson.com
He does not sell the Warp 13 (that I know of), but you should be able to
concoct a heckuva PIC project from all the rest of the stuff he carries.

Dan

> I just ordered the Warp13 programmer.  Power Supply is not included -- is
> just a wall module unit required?  If so what are the specs?
>
> I'm just getting into PIC development.  I already have a solderless
> breadboard but I need to obtain the following parts -- where is a good
place
> to order in small quantity?
>
>         - PIC 16F84A
>         - Ceramic Resonator or Xtal
>         - an A/D chip that serially interfaces to the PIC
>         - an inexpensive digital readout that easily interfaces to the PIC
>
>
>                                                      Carl W. Moser

2000\02\04@162401 by Mark Willis

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(Stepping into my re-shipping persona for a second <G>)

On those, if you ask for a power supply & are in the US/Canada/Mexico, I
have power lumps that work fine off 120VAC 50-60Hz power.  Any supply
that meets his specs works too.

LCD's, BGMicro (http://www.bgmicro.com) has LCD's rather often, for $3ish.
(James - Is there a Piclist.com section for "Where can I buy parts for
my electronics project?"  I keep finding good places, myself, wish I
knew them all!)  Alltronics, MPJA, so many good places.  Maybe I need to
make my own web page a little more complete here.

Also, if you're out of the US and have problems getting parts, I do that
<G>  $9 for a Global Priority Mail 9"x12" envelope with up to 4 pounds
inside, isn't half bad, and is pretty quick.  I do take some components
for paying for shipping, too.  Or stamps, or http://www.paypal.com is another
possibility.

 Mark

Moser, Carl Woodrow, JR (Carl) wrote:
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I re-ship for small US & overseas businesses, world-wide.
(For private individuals at cost; ask.)

2000\02\04@164046 by jamesnewton

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from
http://www.piclist.org (working now for me)
or
http://www.piclist.com (should be working soon)
or
http://204.210.50.240/piclist

scroll down to "Related" and click "Construction@" then "Suppliers" for a
list with search forms for most. I'll do a combined search form .asp
someday. Let me know if any of the search forms need updating.

or just go to:
http://204.210.50.240/supplies

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2000\02\04@180136 by Mark Willis

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James, please add these links:  (I threw 'em in in a hurry so sorry if I
didn't get all the duplicates.)

See Also:
 FAI
 http://www.action-electronics.com/

Manufacturers:
 Maxim (I mean, really, samples ARE cheap <G>)

Make category Retailers/Resellers/Reps, to include
http://www.phanderson.com etc., maybe?
 Scott Edwards Electronics:    http://www.seetron.com/
 Sterling:                     http://www.sterlink.com/
http://www.mcmelectronics.com/

??  http://www.smallparts.com/ should be in here someplace!

Junk (I'd call this Surplus/Bargains, myself):
 BG Micro:     http://www.bgmicro.com/
 EIO:          http://www.eio.com/
 LEDTronics:   http://www.LEDTRONICS.com/
http://www.towerhobbies.com/
http://www.hoffind.com/
http://www.angelfire.com/pa/videoandrobots/otherstf.html

http://www.techam.com/tai_email/ta8insdr.html
http://www.excess-solutions.com/
http://www.edsci.com/
http://www.elexp.com/
http://www.meci.com/
http://www.weirdstuff.com/  (Java on that web page, ICK)
http://www.raenterprises.com/
http://www.allelectronics.com/
http://www.allelec.com/
http://www.alltronics.com/
http://www.bgmicro.com/
http://www.goldmine-elec.com/
http://mavin.com/
http://www.vorlac.com.au/vorlac/vorlac1.htm
http://www.elmelectronics.com/index.html
http://www.hantronix.com/
http://www.weedtech.com/
http://www.sciplus.com/

www.thomas-distributing.com/batteries.htm
http://www.ied.pios.com/
http://www.ccnet.com/~lnstech/
http://www.kce.com/forsale.htm
http://www.dvp.com/
http://www.nicdlady.com/
http://www.nimhbattery.com/products.htm
http://www.starkelectronic.com/czindex.htm
http://www.yessolar.com/  (Solar stuff, maybe drop this one.)
http://www.batteryshack.com/

http://www.kitsrus.com/
http://www.e-sonic.com/

Tools:
http://www.widget.com/ has fairly decent pricing and a good array of
hand tools.
http://www.harborfreight.com/ is pretty good as well.
http://www.techni-tool.com/

Add section Reference Materials:  (Or link to where these are)
 http://www.repairfaq.org/filipg/
 Chip Directory  http://www.chipdir.com/chipdir/chipdir.htm
 The Giant IC Masturbator  http://www.falstaff.demon.co.uk/giicm.html
 Tommy's Pinout Commection  http://csgrad.cs.vt.edu/~tjohnson/pinouts/
 The Hardware Book  http://dimebar.essex.ac.uk/hwb/index.html

 Mark

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2000\02\04@221906 by Jim Robertson

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At 09:02 AM 2/4/00 -0500, you wrote:

Hi Carl,

Actually, I can have a suitable power supply shipped to USA customers.
I will arrnge this with you privately.

Jim



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Regards,

Jim Robertson
NEWFOUND ELECTRONICS
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Email: newfoundspamKILLspampipeline.com.au
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2000\02\05@205229 by andy howard

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Might I suggest, since this is an international list, that the lists are
indexed or sub-indexed by where these various suppliers are.  It looks
like most there are US-based.

I'd be pleased to suggest various UK suppliers, as can the other Brits
on the list, and I'm sure that folks elsewhere would be equally happy to
oblige.

2000\02\07@111310 by jamesnewton

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Ok, its all in there. Some pointers on organizing it better would be
appreciated.

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2000\02\07@155215 by jamesnewton

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I'd love to get your suggestions, I'll post them ASAP. Or... you could sign
up as a techref member and then post them yourself.

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