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1998\12\24@113159 by Thane

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Hello,
I have one of the ITU PIC-1 programmers which works great(although it is a bit tedious) and has given me no problems so far.. With the postings regarding the apparent and unfortunate end of ITU( I have also sent e-mail with no reply and attempted to call.  The phone has been disconnected.) I am wondering about compatibility with the new 16F87x parts.  The microchip site says that these parts will be pinout compatible to some of the 16c7x parts which I can program.  Does anyone know/think/wonder if the new flash parts will be programmable under the 16c7x procedure?  Thanks.

Thane  

1998\12\24@144638 by Andy Stephenson

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Some assumptions can be made.

Microchip I believe is the release the prog spec in the new year. The UK support guys appear to know didly, so the safe bet would be to wait.

I asked some specific questions on the new features, the reply that came back was 'lend him an emulator and let him figure it out'!

Anyone else got some 'real' info from Microchip?

Rgds...


...Andy
At 10:31 24/12/98 -0500, you wrote:

Hello,
I have one of the ITU PIC-1 programmers which works great(although it is a bit tedious) and has given me no problems so far.. With the postings regarding the apparent and unfortunate end of ITU( I have also sent e-mail with no reply and attempted to call. ĘThe phone has been disconnected.) I am wondering about compatibility with the new 16F87x parts. ĘThe microchip site says that these parts will be pinout compatible to some of the 16c7x parts which I can program. ĘDoes anyone know/think/wonder if the new flash parts will be programmable under the 16c7x procedure? ĘThanks.

Thane Ę


1998\12\24@180134 by John Hansen

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At 10:31 AM 12/24/98 -0500, you wrote:

>
> Hello,
> I have one of the ITU PIC-1 programmers which works great(although it is a
> bit tedious) and has given me no problems so far.. With the postings
> regarding the apparent and unfortunate end of ITU( I have also sent e-mail
> with no reply and attempted to call.  The phone has been disconnected.) I am
> wondering about compatibility with the new 16F87x parts.  The microchip site
> says that these parts will be pinout compatible to some of the 16c7x parts
> which I can program.  Does anyone know/think/wonder if the new flash parts
> will be programmable under the 16c7x procedure?  Thanks.
>
> Thane


I have a PIC-1 as well.  I asked representatives of Microchip this question (or
one like it) last summer.  They said that the programming technique currently
used for the 16F84 would work with the new chips (though I gather from what
I've read there will also be a technique that requires only a single voltage).
As a result, I expect that it will be possible to use the ITU programmer with
the new parts.  Bear in mind that the ITU programmer is very similar (software
compatible) with the Tait programmer.  So you need not use that awful ITU
software to use its programmer.

John

1998\12\25@160809 by Wolfgang Kynast

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Hello Thane, please do not send HTML to a mailing list. -- Thanks and best regards, Wolfgang PIC links: http://people.frankfurt.netsurf.de/wky/pic.htm On 24.12.1998, you wrote:

Hello,
I have one of the ITU PIC-1 programmers which works great(although it is a bit tedious) and has given me no problems so far.. With t he postings regarding the apparent and unfortunate end of ITU( I have also sent e-m ail with no reply and attempted to call.  The phone has been disconnected.) I a m wondering about compatibility with the new 16F87x parts.  The microchip sit e says that these parts will be pinout compatible to some of the 16c7x parts which I can program.  Does anyone know/think/wonder if the new flash parts will be programmable under the 16c7x procedure?  Thanks.

Thane  


'ITU PIC-1 programmer compatibility with new flash '
1999\01\28@092417 by larz
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Have you come across the new 12C508A/509A PICs that require a different
programming algorithm (which is meant to be backward compatible)?

If so, and you have come across some useable software for the task, you mind
pointing me in the right direction? My PIC programming service has just hit
a brick wall at the moment 3#-)

Adios,
LarZ

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