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'[PIC]: 16f87x programmer using 16f84'
2001\06\02@140832 by Andy N1YEW

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there was a programmer for the 87x series but i lost the file.  anyone got any programmers using the f84 for the 87x series?

thanks
andy
ps the other file was on PicListLatina but i cant find it there anymore

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2001\06\02@141840 by Bob Blick

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Is this the one you want? It's pretty cool:
http://jaichi.virtualave.net/pic16f8xx-e.htm
Cheers,

Bob

At 02:07 PM 6/2/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>there was a programmer for the 87x series but i lost the file.  anyone got
any programmers using the f84 for the 87x series?
>
>thanks
>andy
>ps the other file was on PicListLatina but i cant find it there anymore

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2001\06\02@144611 by Andy N1YEW

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no but i think it may work as long as i build a programmer.

the one i was looking for used a f84 as the brain

andy
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2001\06\02@214331 by Heinz Czychun

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Hi Andy,

       Could that have been Wouter's WISP?

       http://www.xs4all.nl/~wf/wouter/pic/wisp/index.html

Heinz


At 2:07 PM -0400 6/2/01, Andy N1YEW wrote:
>there was a programmer for the 87x series but i lost the file.
>anyone got any programmers using the f84 for the 87x series?
>
>thanks
>andy
>ps the other file was on PicListLatina but i cant find it there anymore
>

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2001\06\03@083208 by Andy N1YEW

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no it wasnt wisp because it was on piclistlatina on yahoogroups but the file
is gone and i think i forgot to back it up to my network server when i redid
my HD becuase of Windows ME.

andy
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2001\06\04@032000 by uter van ooijen & floortje hanneman

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>>there was a programmer for the 87x series but i lost the file.  anyone got
>> any programmers using the f84 for the 87x series?

> Is this the one you want? It's pretty cool:
> http://jaichi.virtualave.net/pic16f8xx-e.htm

Maybe less cool? http://www.xs4all.nl/~wf/wouter/pic/wisp

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2001\06\04@063020 by Andy N1YEW

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its cool, but needs to be able to program the 87x series :(

andy  -- i have had extreme bad luck with parralel ports in the past -- very
bad luck as in the pic burns :(
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2001\06\04@065547 by Vasile Surducan

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As I know, wisp can program 16f8x too...
But if you like a Tait style programmer, for a long time my favourite was
Nigel Goodwin's one...I had never problem with. ( if my last sentence
sounds curious into english, feel free to switch my words as you need
[smile]  )

Vasile

On Mon, 4 Jun 2001, Andy N1YEW wrote:

> its cool, but needs to be able to program the 87x series :(
>
> andy  -- i have had extreme bad luck with parralel ports in the past -- very
> bad luck as in the pic burns :(
> {Original Message removed}

2001\06\04@070210 by Andy N1YEW

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btw Vasile, its i never had a problem with it just fyi

i dont like parralel programmer cuz i blew out a couple parts trying to get
one to work :(

andy -- btw they were 84's -- now they are killer pushpins
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2001\06\04@205908 by Alejandro Lavarello

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Hi Andy!!

Well, I have maded the "PROGPIC II" programmer for the 14-bit core
Microchip's FLASH MCUs.

The little brain of my programmer is a PIC16F84. It accept
commands by RS232 in form of packets of ASCII-strings (if you have
patient, you can program using only a "dumb terminal"). But,
a program maded in Visual Basic 5 makes the life easy for Win 95/98 users.
(Users of another operating systems can make a shell that sends ASCII
packets to
the PROGPIC II).

I was posted all the stuff in PicListLatina, but months ago, I have
leaved this list and erased the files.

I wish to post the PROGPIC II in another page. Of course, it still
totally freeware.

If you want the files, I will be very happy to send directly
to your e-mail. Complete source code (in MPASM and VB5), circuit
and PCB is packed in a file sized 309 kb.

Thanks for your interest in PROGPIC II !

               Alejandro Lavarello



At 14:44 02/06/01 -0400, you wrote:
>no but i think it may work as long as i build a programmer.
>
>the one i was looking for used a f84 as the brain
>
>andy
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2001\06\06@021045 by Alejandro Lavarello

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Many thanks to all people interested in PROGPIC II!!

The files can be downloaded from my page:

http://webs.montevideo.com.uy/alejol_2/proyectos.html

The file:

webs.montevideo.com.uy/alejol_2/Hardware_y_Software/Hardware_y_Softwa
re.zip

as all the stuff.

The people that do not have Visual Basic 5 can download three
files (zipped instalation disks) in order to instal the shell
"PROGPIC II.exe" in a Win95/98 machine.

Well, I have maded this page today, using Notepad, and yes, is really ugly,
but
works...

Let me know about your experiences.I know that the software is poor and need
improvements.

Cheers!! :)

               Alejandro.

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