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'[PIC]:F874 dev board?'
2001\12\14@115240 by Micro Eng

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In my travels...I have seen an F874 dev board, that had a large breadboard
area on it.  But now I can't find it.  Anyone point me to where it is again?
 I would love a plcc based dev card, but the 40pin DIP is fine.

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2001\12\14@120821 by ronruss

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Checkout http://www.picwiser.com.

The PIC16F876 is so easy to use that you can usually
design your own prototyping system. Checkout the
2BIT article on the site also.

Micro Eng wrote:

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2001\12\14@124838 by Al Williams

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I just use a solderless breadboard. If you want something more semi
permanent, Radio Shack and Global sell a little PC board that exactly
matches the layout of a breadboard. No mask and they are usually filthy,
so plenty of flux :-)

The main connections you want are a reset switch, power, and the
resonator. If you want to use a bootloader, check out
http://www.al-williams.com/awce/rs1.htm for an easy way to hook a serial
cable up to a PIC in a breadboard. In fact, we have an '873 set up like
this at http://www.al-williams.com/awce/app1.htm

The little breadboard looking PCBs are great for this sort of thing.

Al Williams
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2001\12\14@134345 by Mark Skeels

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Try microEngineering Labs.

http://www.melabs.com

Mark

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Subject: [PIC]:F874 dev board?


> In my travels...I have seen an F874 dev board, that had a large breadboard
> area on it.  But now I can't find it.  Anyone point me to where it is
again?
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2001\12\17@161853 by Rock Thompson

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Look at the circuit board section at http://www.picpalm.com.
I designed these boards to stack modularly.  So you
can have your basic motherboard and then stack various
prototype boards you've made on top of it.

--- Micro Eng <micro_engspamKILLspamHOTMAIL.COM> wrote:
> In my travels...I have seen an F874 dev board, that
> had a large breadboard
> area on it.  But now I can't find it.  Anyone point
> me to where it is again?
>   I would love a plcc based dev card, but the 40pin
> DIP is fine.
>
>
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2001\12\19@100401 by Tsvetan Usunov

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>In my travels...I have seen an F874 dev board, that had a large breadboard
>area on it.  But now I can't find it.  Anyone point me to where it is
again?
>  I would love a plcc based dev card, but the 40pin DIP is fine.

http://www.olimex.com/dev check for PIC-P28-xx proto board

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