'Programmer Adapter (Was: Re: [PIC]: FREE PIC prog'
|>> - Is there a design (schematics) for a 12F6xx adapter available ?
>You can use the pins above to make any adapter you want. I made a quick
>and dirty adapter by putting a 14 pin DIP socket into the ZIF socket, then
>soldering wires from there to an 8 pin DIP socket for programming a
>12F6xx. The connections are:
> Name ZIF socket 14 pin DIP socket in ZIF 8 pin socket
> Vpp 4 4 4
> GND 5 5 8
> Vdd 36 10 1
> PGC 39 13 6
> PGD 40 14 7
On the subject of adapters. Has anyone used a JDM/Ludipipo programmer (Mine's
an18 pin version put designed by Silicon Chip and sold by Dick Smith
Electronics in Australia) to program a 40 pin PIC ? In my case, a an 18F452?
I've been using a breadboard and jumper kit to make the following
Name 18 Pin 40 Pin
MCLR 4 1
VSS 5 12 & 31
Clock 12 39
Data 13 40
VDD 14 11 & 32
OSC1 15 13
OSC2 16 14
Attempting to use IC-Prog set to program an 18F452. However it chews up 100%
CPU and takes about 5 - 10 minutes to program (over a serial connector). And
at the end of it, after another 10 minutes at 100% CPU, it reads back empty
(Code protection is off).
Is it possible to program the 18F in such a way? Am I missing some
connections? I'm after a "no extra parts" programmer (for lack of a better
term) until I pick up a new programmer.
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