'Migrating to OTP 8 pin parts with EEPROM'
I have stable code know running on 12c509 but I want to migrate to an
EEPROM part. Firmware stored in EEPROM should be able to be modified
periodicaly. Can I do that with a pic programmer once program code
is definitely burned.
Thanks a lot!
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Yes, you can program the same flash chip repeatedly
with a pic programmer. Once nice thing (at least with
the Picstart and MPLAB that I'm using) is that the
entire chip gets written each time, so you don't have
to worry about stray code laying around on the chip.
However: I don't think Microchip makes flash parts
smaller than 18 pins, which means no direct flash
equivalent of the 12c509.
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Now, you can have 8 pin parts with EEPROM when using
PIC 12CE50X or PIC 12CE6XX.
On Mon, 20 Sep 1999, Mike Mansheim wrote:
> However: I don't think Microchip makes flash parts
> smaller than 18 pins, which means no direct flash
> equivalent of the 12c509.
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