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Thread: Simplified PicKit2 clone for hobby use
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On 1/31/08, Tamas Rudnai <RemoveMEtamas.rudnaiKILLspamspam.....gmail.com> wrote:

> There are two major difference between this and the original PicKit2:
>
> 1. There is no EEPROM as it is not used at the moment

This makes sense for now.

> 2. The variable Vdd is missing, so only 5V parts can be programmed with this
>

This does not make much sense. It limits the usage of PICkit 2.

By the way, what is to be gained from this compared to the original
PICkit 2? What will be the cost? The original PICkit 2 has kind of
"cuteness" factor which all the clones do not have. IMHO,
it is not worth the efforts to clone a PICkit 2 in most places. No offence
intended but the existing PICkit 2 clones are ugly at best compared to
the original.

The only thing which might make some senses is to incorporate
the PICkit 2 design into some demo boards.


Xiaofan
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