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'[PICLIST] Going from a ICE PLCC adapter to a PLCC '
2000\08\02@131642 by Andrew Greenberg

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Hey all!

I know someone else has this problem :)

We need to jump from the MPLAB-ICE 2000 84pin PLCC adapter (for the 17C766)
to a board that just has the PLCC footprint on it.

In other words, we need to go from the adapter plug which is meant for a
PLCC socket directly to the PLCC footprint on the PCB. Does anyone know if
there's a manufacturer out there who makes such an adapter?

Thanks!

Andrew

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2000\08\02@132715 by Dan Michaels

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Andrew Greenberg wrote:
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>
>In other words, we need to go from the adapter plug which is meant for a
>PLCC socket directly to the PLCC footprint on the PCB. Does anyone know if
>there's a manufacturer out there who makes such an adapter?
>

The latest Digikey catalog, page 145, shows a pile of PIC adapters
from a company called Logical Systems. Might start there. None of
these things are cheap, however - [how does $145 sound?].

- danM

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2000\08\02@134832 by James Paul

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Yes,

Try IRONWOOD ELECTRONICS and/or EMULATION TECHNOLOGY.
They both will have what you want.  Mind you, it isn't
cheap.  But the products are good and save a lot of time.
I'm sure they both have websites, although, I don't know
the address right of hand.  But if you search for either
one, you'll come up with them.   Have fun.

                                       Regards,

                                         Jim




On Wed, 02 August 2000, Andrew Greenberg wrote:

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'[OT]: Going from a ICE PLCC adapter to a PLCC foot'
2000\08\02@141333 by David Kott

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> Andrew Greenberg wrote:
> ........
> >
> >In other words, we need to go from the adapter plug which is meant for a
> >PLCC socket directly to the PLCC footprint on the PCB. Does anyone know
if
> >there's a manufacturer out there who makes such an adapter?
> >
>
> The latest Digikey catalog, page 145, shows a pile of PIC adapters
> from a company called Logical Systems. Might start there. None of
> these things are cheap, however - [how does $145 sound?].
>
> - danM
>

Whoa!  Ok, I missed the beginning of this thread, however, we use a socket
for prototyping product that has a PLCC processor on it.  This socket is a
surface mount part that has the identical footprint to the PLCC device we
socket in it.
To enumerate further, we have a PCB designed to take an OTP part for final
production.  We use this *exact* PCB and solder one of the aforementioned
sockets to the board.  We can then place a "windowed" part in a separate
programmer, and debug code a la "crash and burn" fashion by placing the
programmed part into our socketed "production" PCB.  Just pop out the
windowed part when we want to reprogram it, and try again.

Mill-Max makes them.  Search for the manufacturer's prefix number of
"540-99" or use Digikey's part number ED800??-ND at digikey.com

www.digikey.com/scripts/US/DKSUS.dll?Detail?Ref=41920&Row=61672&Lang=
0

The exact part we use is a Mill-Max 540-99-084-17-400000, or a Digikey
ED80013.

These are about $2.00 US.

-d

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2000\08\02@150201 by Oliver Broad

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Not had the problem but towards the end of the semiconductors section of the
RS catalog is a number of adaptors from the 'Adaptics' range from Winslow
International Ltd.

Also try Aries Electronics.

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2000\08\02@183951 by mike

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On Wed, 2 Aug 2000 10:15:00 -0700, you wrote:

>Hey all!
>
>I know someone else has this problem :)
>
>We need to jump from the MPLAB-ICE 2000 84pin PLCC adapter (for the 17C766)
>to a board that just has the PLCC footprint on it.
>
>In other words, we need to go from the adapter plug which is meant for a
>PLCC socket directly to the PLCC footprint on the PCB. Does anyone know if
>there's a manufacturer out there who makes such an adapter?
>
Am I missing something here ? Why don't you just solder a
surface-mount PLCC socket to the PCB - these have the same footprint -
the only problem is if there are parts too close to the footprint. In the latter case, use some 1.27mm pin-strips to space the socket off
the PCB.
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