"Dev" vs. "Prod" programmers ?
Christopher Head email (remove spam text)
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| Production programmers need to be able to do certain things that
| significantly increase the cost. For example, count how many of the
| of ProProg you won't use for development:
| How often do you need to verify program memory at Vdd limits?
... like the $35 PK2 can? (not that I'm suggesting it's production
quality, but this was the definition Microchip used for "production
programmer" IIRC). It seems to me you'd have to go *very* cheap to find
a programmer that doesn't have variable-VDD capabilities.
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