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'ITU Warp 3 Programmer: Do you like it?'
1997\02\03@210958 by H. P. Friedrichs

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I am contemplating buying another PIC programmer. I'm wondering if anyone
has any experience with the Warp 3 programmer by ITU.

While the product looks nice, I have some concern about support. It took me one
email and two phone calls to finally get literature. A subsequent email message
that I sent with specific questions has never been answered.

If you have this product, or have dealt with ITU, could you drop me a line
and share your experiences?

1997\02\03@225317 by Bill Rodgers

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I have bought the WARP3 from ITU.  So far, I have only programmed 16c54
's with good success.  There is a book which comes with the WARP3 which
is helpful.  I have been told that there is work going on developing
12c50x programming software.  Of course a socket adapter will be required
for the WARP3 which will cost some $.   Good luck!

 Bill
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On Mon, 3 Feb 1997 18:58:33 -0700 "H. P. Friedrichs"
<.....pfriedrKILLspamspam@spam@AZSTARNET.COM> writes:
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1997\02\03@235420 by Mark Timpany

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In <19970203.221309.4567.0.HZP_ElectronicsspamKILLspamjuno.com>, on 02/03/97 at 10:45
PM,
  Bill Rodgers <.....hzp_electronicsKILLspamspam.....JUNO.COM> said:

>I have bought the WARP3 from ITU.  So far, I have only programmed 16c54
>'s with good success.  There is a book which comes with the WARP3 which
>is helpful.  I have been told that there is work going on developing
>12c50x programming software.  Of course a socket adapter will be required
>for the WARP3 which will cost some $.   Good luck!

I was told that the inclusion of the 12C50x parts would require a firmware
change. Other than these parts and the 17Cxx units for which the Warp 17
is designed, the Warp 3 is a very cost effective programmer capable of
handling the wide range of PIC devices.

For more details on the Newfound Electronic programmers, here's a couple
of URL's;

  DonTronics
  http://www.labyrinth.net.au/~donmck/

  Newfound Electronics
  http://www.labyrinth.net.au/~newfound/

Either site will get you a pointer to the other one. Both sites have the
current release of the Warp-3 programming software available, as well as
the beta level upgrades. (Also good PDF and HTML details on the software
operation of these drivers.)

The ITU site doesn't have much information available on these programmers.
Getting the current software or programming manual from one of these
Australian sites should answer any questions about the Warp-3. The
ultimate source for details is Jim Robertson over at Newfound Electronics.

My own opinion - - I have a Warp-3 and like it very much. The user
interface is very straighforward and the software drivers are kept current
in response to new products and errata sheets from Microchip. The latest
software is always available on the 'net.

Hope this helps.

Best regards,

Mark


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1997\02\04@041105 by Peter Grey

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At 06:58 PM 3/02/97 -0700, you wrote:
>I am contemplating buying another PIC programmer. I'm wondering if anyone
>has any experience with the Warp 3 programmer by ITU.
>
>While the product looks nice, I have some concern about support. It took me one
>email and two phone calls to finally get literature. A subsequent email message
>that I sent with specific questions has never been answered.
>
>If you have this product, or have dealt with ITU, could you drop me a line
>and share your experiences?

I have this programmer and am very pleased with it. I am also pleased with
the support from Jim at Newfound Electronics as he has offered excellent
responses when I needed them.

All the best


Peter Grey
Neosystems
Australia

1997\02\04@041939 by mike

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In message  <1.5.4.32.19970204015833.006b37b0spamspam_OUTpop.azstarnet.com>> @spam@PICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU writes:
> I am contemplating buying another PIC programmer. I'm wondering if anyone
> has any experience with the Warp 3 programmer by ITU.
>
> While the product looks nice, I have some concern about support. It took me
one
> email and two phone calls to finally get literature. A subsequent email
message
> that I sent with specific questions has never been answered.
>
> If you have this product, or have dealt with ITU, could you drop me a line
> and share your experiences?
>

I have the Warp-17 programmer. I am happy with it, although I
haven't used it a great deal (yet).

The Warp-3 is a Newfound Electronics product. Jim Robertson of
Newfound Electronics frequents the this list. I have always
found him to be both knowledgeable and helpful. I understand he
is having some e-mail problems and is not currently subscribed.


Regards,



Mike Watson

1997\02\04@082111 by Arnaldo Echevarria

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>If you have this product, or have dealt with ITU, could you drop me a line
>and share your experiences?

I used the Warp-3 Programmer for two months (until it was stolen).

Learning curve was nearly nonexistent, and I was up and programming
in no time.  No complaints.  Their software isn't the prettiest, esp if
you compare it to Clearview, but it gets the job done quickly.  I
would recommend it.

They did ship me the stuff on time as promised. I never had to used
customer support because nothing ever went wrong with it. The unit
works as advertised.
Arnaldo
KILLspamaecKILLspamspamao.net

1997\02\04@085408 by chris

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Sir,

We try to provide the best support we can in a timely manner. Almost
all of our domestic orders are filled on the same day and we attempt
to respond to all technical questions within 24 hours. The increased
growth in our business continues to challenge us. Occasionally, we do
fall short, but we are working hard to find and make up for our
shortcomings.

All of our requests for literature are handled the same way, so I'm
not sure why it took so long to receive it.  However, I do know that
I personally responded to your e-mail of 1-26-97, and I have
forwarded another copy to you since you did not receive it.

I do apologize for the inconveniences.  I would like to reassure you
that we are here to serve you. If you have any other questions, feel
free to contact me directly.

I thank you for your interest in our products.

Sincerely,

Chris
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