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'Which Micros can I use with PicStart Programmer?'
1998\04\13@230105 by Chris Cole

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Where can I find a list of pic's that are programmable by the PicStart
Plus programmer by MicroChip?  So far all I have worked with are the
'84's, and I'd like to play with some of the other micros that MicroChip
has to offer. I understand that the '84 and the '83 are the only micro's
with flash program space, and the others I'd have to use a UV eraser
during development...  But this ought to be somewhat painless because the
EPROM micros can be erased in about 2 minutes under the DigiKey UV
mini-eraser (I read from the book 'Design with PIC Microcontrollers, by
John B. Peatman).

       Chris Cole
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1998\04\14@023827 by Andrew Warren

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Chris Cole <.....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> Where can I find a list of pic's that are programmable by the
> PicStart Plus programmer by MicroChip?

Chris:

The Picstart Plus programs all the PICs.

-Andy

=== Andrew Warren - fastfwdspamKILLspamix.netcom.com
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1998\04\14@154258 by Calvin

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>Where can I find a list of pic's that are programmable by the PicStart
>Plus programmer by MicroChip?  So far all I have worked with are the
>'84's, and I'd like to play with some of the other micros that MicroChip
>has to offer. I understand that the '84 and the '83 are the only micro's
>with flash program space, and the others I'd have to use a UV eraser
>during development...  But this ought to be somewhat painless because the
>EPROM micros can be erased in about 2 minutes under the DigiKey UV

                           ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

he he :)
better make it about 10min.

Calvin





>mini-eraser (I read from the book 'Design with PIC Microcontrollers, by
>John B. Peatman).
>
>        Chris Cole
>        .....coleKILLspamspam.....easyon.com
>

1998\04\14@164143 by Martin R. Green

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On Tue, 14 Apr 1998 13:42:08 -0500, Calvin <EraseMEtgospam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTCHIH1.TELMEX.NET.MX>
wrote:

>>Where can I find a list of pic's that are programmable by the PicStart
>>Plus programmer by MicroChip?  So far all I have worked with are the
>>'84's, and I'd like to play with some of the other micros that MicroChip
>>has to offer. I understand that the '84 and the '83 are the only micro's
>>with flash program space, and the others I'd have to use a UV eraser
>>during development...  But this ought to be somewhat painless because the
>>EPROM micros can be erased in about 2 minutes under the DigiKey UV
>
>                            ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>
>he he :)
> better make it about 10min.
>
>Calvin
>

Where'd you hear that Calvin?  PIC's erase in about 2.5 minutes in my
DataErase II, which I did, in fact, purchase from DigiKey.

Martin.
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1998\04\14@190233 by ogerio Odriozola

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My DataErase II also does 16C71, 74, 622 in 2.5 to 3 minutes (I have not
tested the outer positions on the erases, but the 2 center ones take that
long).

Rogerio





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On Tue, 14 Apr 1998 13:42:08 -0500, Calvin <spamBeGonetgospamBeGonespamCHIH1.TELMEX.NET.MX>
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1998\04\14@210425 by Calvin

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It may depend on the pics, I am recently working with C63s and I also have a
DataraseII. At first I left them about 6-8 minutes, but sometimes they were
not completely erased, so I now use 12 minutes, just to be sure every time.

Calvin


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