These are units that are no longer available. See PIC
Microcontroller Programmers for current programmers.
Jim Roberts - Newfound Electronics - PICSTART PLUS - MPLAB compatible
programmers. Also, conversion kits for most other programmers to allow them
to be used directly with MPLAB
WARP-13 programmer for all 12C, 14C, 16C5x,16CXX PICs, MPLAB compatible,
some ISP ,
Lei asks: " What is the most reliable/trustable
reseller from which to buy a Warp 13a?" +Answer:
NONE The Warp 13 is no longer made. Newfound electronics has not licenced
the right to make this programmer to anyone.
PRIME-17 programmer for all PICs MPLAB compatible, ISP
$35 (+ shipping)The PIC Elmer 160 Project Board is a kit that includes a
serial-port PIC programmer.
http://amqrp.org/elmer160/board/ (2004-08: no longer sold ? But full
schematics, documentation, etc. are still online here).
Tony Nixons free
for 16F87x [Ed: It Rocks!] can program the boot code with a "less than
$5" circuit and the rapid load your code into the chip after that. It can
also sort of do a polling ICD-like code and register watch. And it can display
A/D readings on a Windows DVM and generate code.
Tony Nixons' Pocket Programmer
"The Engine" can
be made to program just about anything. Software available for most 16x uC;s
and the 93C56. The engine. temp at:
http://184.108.40.206 normally at
Source has been released.
Tony Nixons ASCII programmer.
Program a 16F84 with 4 resistors, 4 diodes (1 zenor), 2 capasitors, a
NAND gate and a 13v battery <GRIN>. Free software or write your own
(simple). Available at:
WISP : Wouter's In - System Programmer for the PIC 16f84
Margining support, multiple devices can be daisy chained on one serial port,
obsoleted by Wisp628.
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