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'EPIC Plus Pocket PICmicro Programmer'
1998\06\30@235334 by Peter Gee

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Does anyone have schematics for adding DIP 28 and DIP40 package PICS to this har
dware they can email me with  ?

Regards,

Pete


'EPIC Plus Pocket PICmicro Programmer'
1998\07\01@194615 by Sean Breheny
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On Wed, 1 Jul 1998, Peter Gee wrote:

> Does anyone have schematics for adding DIP 28 and DIP40 package PICS to this h
ardware they can email me with  ?
>
> Regards,
>
> Pete
>

pete,

I am at work and I don't have a schematic handy, but no components are
required to do this, only wire. All you have to do is connect 5 wires
from the EPIC programmer to the appropriate pins on the chip. If you look
at the programming specs at http://www.microchip.com, you can figure out which
pins need to go where. You can use the 10 pin IDC header on the EPIC to
get the signals from it. Only 5 of the 10 pins are needed, but I can't
remember which off hand. Again, if you lok at the programming specs for
the 16C84, you can use an ohmmeter to figure out which pin is which
signal. Email me if you need further help.

Sean

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