Does anyone have an ITU PIC-1 programmer?
I have one and have some questions about it.
The one I have has a 100 Ohm resistor (R11) to ground,
on one of the parallel port data lines (DB25 pin 2)
and I am having trouble with it.
Shelby Neuhouser wrote:
> Does anyone have an ITU PIC-1 programmer?
> I have one and have some questions about it.
> The one I have has a 100 Ohm resistor (R11) to ground,
> on one of the parallel port data lines (DB25 pin 2)
> and I am having trouble with it.
I have that programmer.
I first bought it as a kit, but although I assembled it correctly it
I called ITU and they mailed me a working one already assembled like
NEXT day mail.
They also could not figure out what happened, and my electronics teacher
found it weird that there was a 100 Ohm resistor used. So if you can't
figure out whats wrong (if thats your problem) give them a call, they
are very helpful.
I have the said programmer and it works like a charm! I carefully
(something I rarely do) assembled the kit after reading the instructions
(what was I thinking that day) and was programming PICs in no time. Do
contact ITU directly as they are definitely your best source for
information and I'm sure they will be able to help you. Really friendly
people and easy to talk to.
>Date: Mon, 9 Feb 1998 23:57:38 -0500
>Reply-To: pic microcontroller discussion list
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