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1999\02\13@135832 by Joe and Pam

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I currently use the NOPPP circuit to program 16f84's.  I got a schematic
for the P16PRO and have most of the parts here already but in looking at
the schematic, R9 is listed as 680E.  What does this mean??

I am new to this and have so far been able to light LED's and scan a
keypad.  Learning all I can.  Hopefully, this leads to being able to
design more useful ciruits.

This Listserve has been most helpful in all of the other qeustions I
have had so far and I thank you all for lending your time and expertise.

Thanks in advance,

Joe

1999\02\13@154614 by paulb

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Joe wrote:

> I currently use the NOPPP circuit to program 16f84's.  I got a
> schematic for the P16PRO and have most of the parts here already but
> in looking at the schematic, R9 is listed as 680E.  What does this
> mean??

 It means you've got a *funny version* of the schematic.  My schematic
for P16PRO has only resistors R1 to R7!

 Perhaps you'd better quote a website for this schematic?
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 Cheers,
       Paul B.

1999\02\13@170411 by Roy Tate

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Joe wrote:
>
> I currently use the NOPPP circuit to program 16f84's.  I got a
> schematic for the P16PRO and have most of the parts here already
> but in looking at the schematic, R9 is listed as 680E.  What
> does this mean??

You have downloaded the PDF version of the P16PRO40 from
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Peaks/9620/.  That
schematic has an error - there are two resistors labeled R9.
I purchased a kit from Amazing Electronics, and they refer to
R9 as the 4.7K resistor by TR3, and R11 is a 680 Ohm.

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Greetings to All!

I'm a new member here, and the only thing I've burned onto a PIC
is a "blinking LED" using the aforementioned P16PRO40.  My
dayjob is software programming using anything from C to VB or
FoxPro, and I have some 6502 and misc. assembler experience.
I've done a bit of electronics construction, etc.  For example,
I bought a bare ASM-1 PCB for an analog synthesizer, purchased
parts, soldered them in, wired up a front panel with 25+ pots and
15+ jacks and it worked!

Regards,

Roy Tate
spam_OUTroytateTakeThisOuTspamionet.net
http://www.ionet.net/~roytate

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