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'[PIC] PICkit 2 now support many chips (16F84, 16F7'
2006\09\22@194442 by Xiaofan Chen

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PICKit 2 PC application now supports many more chips with
C# based V2.01 PC application.

http://www.microchip.com/pickit2

The good old 16F84A and 16F87x are now supported. I requested
these chips to be supported based on the feedback from the
Microchip forum. I think some other users may have also requested
more chips to be supported. I am pleased that these old chips are
now supported. PIC24 are also supported now. So I think they
will support dsPIC30 and dsPIC33 in the next release.

The MPLAB support seems to be done in a different group and
it is not as fast as it should be...


The following is the release notes:

*************************************************************

Release Notes for PICkit(R) 2 Microcontroller Programmer
PICkit 2    V2.01.00
Device File V1.00.00

*** Important
*** You will need to ensure you are using firmware
*** Version 2.01.00 before the application will work correctly.
*** Use the "Download PICkit 2 Firmware" selection on the
*** Tools dropdown menu.  The new OS is normally located at
*** C:\Program Files\Microchip\PICkit 2 v2\PK2V020100.hex

18 September 2006
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Table of Contents
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1. Device Support List
2. Operating System Support List
3. Release notes

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1. Device Support List
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* Indicates new parts supported in Device File version 1.00.00


Baseline Devices
----------------
PIC10F200       PIC10F202       PIC10F204       PIC10F206
PIC10F220       PIC10F222
PIC12F508       PIC12F509       PIC12F510
PIC16F505       PIC16F506
PIC16F54        PIC16F57        PIC16F59


Midrange Devices
----------------
PIC12F615* PIC12HV615*
PIC12F629       PIC12F635       PIC12F675       PIC12F683
PIC16F616       PIC16HV616
PIC16F627A      PIC16F628A      PIC16F648A
PIC16F630       PIC16F631       PIC16F636       PIC16F676
PIC16F677       PIC16F684       PIC16F685       PIC16F687
PIC16F688       PIC16F689       PIC16F690
PIC16F72
PIC16F73        PIC16F74        PIC16F76        PIC16F77
PIC16F716*
PIC16F737       PIC16F747       PIC16F767       PIC16F777
PIC16F785       PIC16HV785
PIC16F84A*      PIC16F87        PIC16F88
PIC16F818       PIC16F819
PIC16F870*      PIC16F871*      PIC16F872*
PIC16F873*      PIC16F874*      PIC16F876*      PIC16F877*
PIC16F873A      PIC16F874A      PIC16F876A      PIC16F877A
PIC16F883       PIC16F884       PIC16F886       PIC16F887
PIC16F913       PIC16F914       PIC16F916       PIC16F917
PIC16F946


PIC18F Devices
--------------
PIC18F242       PIC18F252       PIC18F442       PIC18F452
PIC18F458
PIC18F1220      PIC18F1320      PIC18F2220      PIC18F2320
PIC18F2331      PIC18F2410      PIC18F2420      PIC18F2431
PIC18F2450      PIC18F2455      PIC18F2480
PIC18F2510      PIC18F2515      PIC18F2520      PIC18F2525
PIC18F2550      PIC18F2580      PIC18F2585
PIC18F2610      PIC18F2620      PIC18F2680
PIC18F4220      PIC18F4320      PIC18F4331      PIC18F4410
PIC18F4420      PIC18F4431      PIC18F4450      PIC18F4455
PIC18F4480      PIC18F4510      PIC18F4515      PIC18F4520
PIC18F4525      PIC18F4550      PIC18F4580      PIC18F4585
PIC18F4610      PIC18F4620      PIC18F4680
PIC18F6520*     PIC18F6620*     PIC18F6720*     PIC18F8520*
PIC18F8620*     PIC18F8720*
PIC18F6527      PIC18F6622      PIC18F6627      PIC18F6722
PIC18F8527      PIC18F8622      PIC18F8627      PIC18F8722


PIC18F_J_ Devices
-----------------
PIC18F24J10     PIC18F25J10     PIC18F44J10     PIC18F45J10
PIC18F65J10     PIC18F65J15     PIC18F66J10     PIC18F66J15
PIC18F67J10
PIC18F66J60*    PIC18F66J65*    PIC18F67J60*
PIC18F85J10     PIC18F85J15     PIC18F86J10     PIC18F86J15
PIC18F87J10
PIC18F86J60*    PIC18F86J65*    PIC18F87J60*
PIC18F96J60*    PIC18F96J65*    PIC18F97J60*


PIC24 Devices
---------------
PIC24FJ64GA006*    PIC24FJ64GA008*    PIC24FJ64GA010*
PIC24FJ96GA006*    PIC24FJ96GA008*    PIC24FJ96GA010*
PIC24FJ128GA006*   PIC24FJ128GA008*   PIC24FJ128GA010*

***************************************************************************

2006\09\23@031713 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> PICKit 2 PC application now supports many more chips with

nice

> http://www.microchip.com/pickit2

where do you get those 'short' Microchip URLs? I get something like
www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1
406&dDocName=en023805

Wouter van Ooijen

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2006\09\23@045648 by Tamas Rudnai

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I think he's working for Microchip (telling things like "C# based" -- who
else cares? :-) and "I requested based on feedbacks" - he might be even the
prod. manager of PicKit2 :-)

Tamas


On 23/09/06, Wouter van Ooijen <spam_OUTwouterTakeThisOuTspamvoti.nl> wrote:
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2006\09\23@072238 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> I think he's working for Microchip (telling things like "C#
> based" -- who else cares? :-)

Anyone who downloads the source and takes a look? I did read some of the
source for the 1.20 and 1.21 apps (C++) to see why my pickit2 clone
worked with 1.20 but not with 1.21.

> and "I requested based on feedbacks" - he
> might be even the prod. manager of PicKit2 :-)

And he might be Elvis and/or JKF.

If you had lurked the list some time, read xiaofans posts, and maybe
some of his posts on the microchip forums you probably would not say
this.

And BTW: so if he were a Microchip employee? We would have one that
actually listens!

Wouter van Ooijen

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2006\09\23@115340 by Xiaofan Chen

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On 9/23/06, Tamas Rudnai <.....tamas.rudnaiKILLspamspam@spam@gmail.com> wrote:
> I think he's working for Microchip (telling things like "C# based" -- who
> else cares? :-) and "I requested based on feedbacks" - he might be even the
> prod. manager of PicKit2 :-)
>

I wish I were the product manager of PICkit 2. ;-) I do like PICkit 2
even though
I think it could be improved. I mean the hardware design. The firmware and
software are continuously improved by the folks inside Microchip. Alternative
software for Linux (as well as Mac OS X and even Windows) are actively
being improved by people like Jeff Post (pk2), Mark Rages (pyk) and
Nicolas Hadacek (Piklab). I am not so good at developing software
so that my role is more a testing/supporting roles in those projects.

I believe Microchip will release the firmware and PC application
source code soon.

No, I am not working for Microchip. I used to work for Pepperl+Fuchs' Singapore
branch. I used quite some low end PICs in the previous job. However my
PICkit 2 activity is kind of "hobby" since it is not really job related.

Now I am working for Rockwell Automation (Allen-Bradley) Singapore
and I will develop Distributed I/O product (http://www.ab.com/io).
It seems to me I will not  use PICs in the foreseeable future. However
I will continue to learning from the PIC resources like PIClist and Microchip
Forum. I will of course continue to like PICKit 2.

Regards,
Xiaofan

2006\09\23@130852 by Tamas Rudnai

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Just a suspect:

In boot_main.c BOR was switched off while in 1.21 they switched it on. Could
it be the problem? Also the BORV changed from 21 to 43 which I could not
understand because according to the datasheet it should be 25, 27, 42 or 45
but maybe I am looking at a wrong doc. Anyway, if the clone has a lower Vdd
it could cause a problem I suppose?

Tamas


On 23/09/06, Wouter van Ooijen <wouterspamKILLspamvoti.nl> wrote:
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2006\09\24@140808 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Anyway, if the clone has a lower Vdd
> it could cause a problem I suppose?

I don't think that would be the problem, I tried both USB power and a 5V
supply.

It has something to do with the way the pickit2 measures the target Vdd,
my circuit is a bit different in this part (it is not a 1-to-1 copy).

Wouter van Ooijen

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2006\09\24@165122 by Xiaofan Chen

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On 9/24/06, Wouter van Ooijen <.....wouterKILLspamspam.....voti.nl> wrote:
> > Anyway, if the clone has a lower Vdd
> > it could cause a problem I suppose?
>
> I don't think that would be the problem, I tried both USB power and a 5V
> supply.
>
> It has something to do with the way the pickit2 measures the target Vdd,
> my circuit is a bit different in this part (it is not a 1-to-1 copy).
>

Have you tried the new version? It is supposed to be better in this aspect.

2006\09\25@031855 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Have you tried the new version? It is supposed to be better
> in this aspect.

new = 2.01? not yet, will do.


Wouter van Ooijen

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