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'PIC 16F84 programmer'
1998\04\30@231910 by nd Georg Andersen

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Does anyone know where I can buy a cheap, easy to use programmer for my
PIC16F84's ? I need one that will connect to my PC.

trond


'PIC 16F84 programmer'
1998\05\01@040003 by David Tait
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Trond Georg Andersen wrote:

> Does anyone know where I can buy a cheap, easy to use programmer for my
> PIC16F84's ? I need one that will connect to my PC.

I've just put together a page describing some easy ways of programming
the 16F84 in-circuit with a PC; either the serial or parallel port can
be used:

http://www.man.ac.uk/~mbhstdj/icp84.html

David

1998\05\03@191713 by Martin Torres

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At 08:58 AM 5/1/98 +0100, you wrote:
>Trond Georg Andersen wrote:
>
>> Does anyone know where I can buy a cheap, easy to use programmer for my
>> PIC16F84's ? I need one that will connect to my PC.
>
>I've just put together a page describing some easy ways of programming
>the 16F84 in-circuit with a PC; either the serial or parallel port can
>be used:
>
>http://www.man.ac.uk/~mbhstdj/icp84.html
>
>David
>
Do you know where I can find a cheap programmer for the parallel pics (16c56)?

1998\05\03@191715 by Martin Torres

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At 08:58 AM 5/1/98 +0100, you wrote:
>Trond Georg Andersen wrote:
>
>> Does anyone know where I can buy a cheap, easy to use programmer for my
>> PIC16F84's ? I need one that will connect to my PC.
>
>I've just put together a page describing some easy ways of programming
>the 16F84 in-circuit with a PC; either the serial or parallel port can
>be used:
>
>http://www.man.ac.uk/~mbhstdj/icp84.html
>
>David
>

Do you know of a cheap programmer for the 16c56. I bought one from ITU
technologies but is only for the serial pics. If you can point me in the
right direction I'll appreciated.

1998\05\03@194340 by Mike Keitz

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On Sun, 3 May 1998 14:01:53 -0500 Martin Torres <spam_OUTmtorresTakeThisOuTspamMAIL.WT.NET>
writes:

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>Do you know of a cheap programmer for the 16c56. I bought one from ITU
>technologies but is only for the serial pics. If you can point me in
>the
>right direction I'll appreciated.

The 5X chips require a lot more programmer hardware since the programmer
needs to apply 12 bits of data in parallel as well as control both the
MCLR and RTCC pins with high voltage.  As a result the programmer is more
complicated.  I think the Needham's programmers can do them with
adapters, or of course the PICSTART or PICSTART Plus, but these aren't
exactly cheap.

Consider converting to a low-end 14-bit PIC such as a 16C556 or 16C61.
The cost is nearly the same or maybe even less.  These chips can be
serial-programmed on any of the more complete serial programmers.


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1998\05\04@010109 by ajpollo

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Martin Torres wrote:
>
> At 08:58 AM 5/1/98 +0100, you wrote:
> >Trond Georg Andersen wrote:
> >
> >> Does anyone know where I can buy a cheap, easy to use programmer for my
> >> PIC16F84's ? I need one that will connect to my PC.
> >
> >I've just put together a page describing some easy ways of programming
> >the 16F84 in-circuit with a PC; either the serial or parallel port can
> >be used:
> >
> >http://www.man.ac.uk/~mbhstdj/icp84.html
> >
> >David
> >
>
> Do you know of a cheap programmer for the 16c56. I bought one from ITU
> technologies but is only for the serial pics. If you can point me in the
> right direction I'll appreciated.
Martin, try David Taits parallel programmer.  Info at
http://www.man.ac.uk/~mbhstdj/upp.html
I built one and it works great.  Just keep the printer port cable under
2 feet in length and don't substitute parts.


'PIC 16F84 Programmer'
2000\04\28@014842 by n/a
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Best Pic listers,

Could someone of you guys mail me a schematic and if you have it the PCB
Layout for a well working PIC16F84 programmer? I also need the soft that
goes with the programmer.

I have built the nopp programmer, but it seem to burn my pics a little to
well after a couple of burns....

I really would apriciate if you could send me the files, and not just mail a
link...It«s usually hard to find a matching soft on the sites...

Thanks!!!!

Best Regards,

Lars Thornqvist
Sweden



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2000\04\28@111816 by wolverines_ph

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Hi!

Greetings from the Island of Cebu, Philippines!

I'm new to PIC Programmer but i use the David Tait's Programmer. Well It works. Lots of related site that offers Tait's based programmer;

Kindly visit this site:
http://www.bobblick.com/bob/projects/f84pgm/index.html

Hoping i can help to solve you project..

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