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2002\02\06@025617 by etorius Johan * Spoornet

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Hi,

I have the labtool 48, Pic Start Plus and propic programmers but none
support the pic18F452. Any Ideas ?

Cheers

Johan

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2002\02\06@072632 by Ron Hackett

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Hi,

I don't have any suggestions for you, but I am curious as to where you
located an 18F452 - I haven't been able to find them yet!

Thanks...  Ron



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2002\02\06@084357 by M. Adam Davis

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On page 255 of the data sheet it lists the picstart plus as a programmer
that will work with it (the picstart works with any and all PIC chips).

Try upgrading mplab and/or your firmware.  There is usually a readme on
MPLAB and PS+ which tells you which chips were added for which
firware/software revisions, but I can't seem to locate mine right now.

Good luck!

-Adam

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2002\02\06@105209 by Bob Barr

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On Wed, 6 Feb 2002 08:45:15 -0500, "M. Adam Davis"
<.....adampicKILLspamspam.....UBASICS.COM> wrote:

>On page 255 of the data sheet it lists the picstart plus as a programmer
>that will work with it (the picstart works with any and all PIC chips).
>
>Try upgrading mplab and/or your firmware.  There is usually a readme on
>MPLAB and PS+ which tells you which chips were added for which
>firware/software revisions, but I can't seem to locate mine right now.
>

Picstart version 2.30 firmware lists the 18C252 and 18C252 but not the
'F' parts. This firmware came with MPLAB 5.50 which I believe is the
latest version (at least the other day it still was).

Regards, Bob

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2002\02\06@201251 by M. Adam Davis

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Yep, you're right.  It's not in the readme file for the latest mplab and
picstart plus.

You can get the programming specs from the site, and it shouldn't be too
difficult to make a quick and dirty programmer using another pic with a
UART.  Wouldn't be able to get it to work from mplab, but I'm sure
Microchip will have the picstart plus supporting this chip shortly...

It already supports the rfpic...

-Adam

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2002\02\06@203014 by Tony Nixon

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"M. Adam Davis" wrote:
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> Yep, you're right.  It's not in the readme file for the latest mplab and
> picstart plus.
>
> You can get the programming specs from the site, and it shouldn't be too
> difficult to make a quick and dirty programmer using another pic with a
> UART.

Have you seen the programming algorithm for the 18 series ;-)

I have done it for the '18C' series which is open sourced in the Pocket
programmer project, and will look at the mods needed for the flash as
time permits.

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2002\02\06@213906 by williams.engineering

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Are the 18Fxxx devices even available yet?  I can't find them anywhere.

Regards,

James

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"M. Adam Davis" wrote:
>
> Yep, you're right.  It's not in the readme file for the latest mplab and
> picstart plus.
>
> You can get the programming specs from the site, and it shouldn't be too
> difficult to make a quick and dirty programmer using another pic with a
> UART.

Have you seen the programming algorithm for the 18 series ;-)

I have done it for the '18C' series which is open sourced in the Pocket
programmer project, and will look at the mods needed for the flash as
time permits.

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Tony

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