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1998\01\06@064706 by Richard Spooner

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I am new to the world of PIC so please excuse any dumb questions...

I have a MAPLIN PIC 16C84 programmer (designed by David Tait).  I understand that Microchip no longer supply the 16C84 as it now replaced by the 16F84.  

Is it possible to modify this programmer to cope with the 16F84.  If so could anyone suggest where I might find details of such a modification and any other related information.

Thanks,
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1998\01\06@083008 by richard skinner

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I could have swore I saw New Software on David Tait's Web Page
for the F84.
Richard Skinner
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From: Richard Spooner <.....rspoonerKILLspamspam@spam@CALL2.COM>
To: PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU
Subject: MAPLIN PIC Programmer
Date: Tuesday, January 06, 1998 5:31 AM

I am new to the world of PIC so please excuse any dumb questions...

I have a MAPLIN PIC 16C84 programmer (designed by David Tait).  I understand
that Microchip no longer supply the 16C84 as it now replaced by the 16F84.

Is it possible to modify this programmer to cope with the 16F84.  If so could
anyone suggest where I might find details of such a modification and any
other related information.

Thanks,
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 Richard Spooner
 Technical Director - Call2 Limited
 Contact me from http://www.call2.com/rspooner.html
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1998\01\06@090821 by Kieran Sullivan

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I would have thought that ANY 16C84 programmer would work just fine with a
16F84 part. The only difference is the power up timer bit, which has to be
inverted for the 16F84. The code protect bits are another small difference,
in that more bits are set with the F84, that usually wouldn't cause a
problem though.

Kieran


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Subject:        Re: MAPLIN PIC Programmer

I could have swore I saw New Software on David Tait's Web Page
for the F84.
Richard Skinner
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From: Richard Spooner <@spam@rspoonerKILLspamspamCALL2.COM>
To: KILLspamPICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU
Subject: MAPLIN PIC Programmer
Date: Tuesday, January 06, 1998 5:31 AM

I am new to the world of PIC so please excuse any dumb questions...

I have a MAPLIN PIC 16C84 programmer (designed by David Tait).  I
understand
that Microchip no longer supply the 16C84 as it now replaced by the 16F84.

Is it possible to modify this programmer to cope with the 16F84.  If so
could
anyone suggest where I might find details of such a modification and any
other related information.

Thanks,
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 Richard Spooner
 Technical Director - Call2 Limited
 Contact me from http://www.call2.com/rspooner.html
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1998\01\06@144807 by Don McKenzie

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Richard Spooner wrote:
> I have a MAPLIN PIC 16C84 programmer (designed by David Tait).
> Is it possible to modify this programmer to cope with the 16F84.  If
> so could anyone suggest where I might find details of such a
> modification and any other related information.
>   Richard Spooner
>   Contact me from http://www.call2.com/rspooner.html

try:
Don's Download Dungeon http://www.dontronics.com/download.html
This has the free software for both versions of the 84 chip,
and for DOS and Windows.

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1998\01\07@181126 by Tim Kerby

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Hi
Microchip still produce the C84 and they say they will never remove any
chip from their range so it should be around for a long time (or so they
tell me)



Tim Kerby



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