Can anyone tell me if the 16C74 or 16C73 can be programmed on the fly
If so what is the best way of doing it?
If not can it be programmed down it's serial port?
Byron A Jeff
> Can anyone tell me if the 16C74 or 16C73 can be programmed on the fly
You are aware that since these parts are EPROM based and not EEPROM based
that they can only be programmed once. Unless you do the somewhat odd
practice of bathing the entire board with UV light.
> If so what is the best way of doing it?
All the 16CXX parts can be programmed serially AFAIK. You need clock and
data to RB6 and RB7, 13V to MCLR, and GND.
> If not can it be programmed down it's serial port?
Can you give some detail as to what your trying to do?
HI! I'M JIM,
I have just purchaced a PIC PROGRAMMER, designed by CHARLES MANNING
of Christchurch, New Zealand.
I would like to know if he is on the WWW, and what his web address is?
Does he have a PICBASIC COMPILER PROGRAM of his own, because I can not
get my mpasm programs to work.
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