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Thread: Warp13 programmer ...
face BY : Dan Creagan email (remove spam text)

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.


> 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
> 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

seeking: microchip devprogs programmer
<007901bf6f1d$c956b1e0$36d20618@blvue1.ne.home.com> 7bit

See also: www.piclist.com/techref/microchip/devprogs.htm?key=programmer
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