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Date: Mon, 09 Sep 2002 14:14:32 +1000
From: Don McKenzie
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Subject: Re: PIC USB Programmer
Vangelis Pantazis wrote:
> Hello! I'd like to know if there's a USB programmer for PIC microcontrollers
> available. Since every day more and more of us are using Windows 2000 / XP
> and the mainboard manufacturers seem to try to let go of the "legacy"
> parallel port & serials, it would be nice if a USB programmer was available.
> Any ideas? I was thinking of buying an adaptor USB <-> Parallel since I own
> a parallel programmer. Any comments on this?
> Thanks alot !
usb to serial pic programmer:
with the usb to serial converter.
you can use the chips below for parallel also if that is what you need,
but drivers would need to be written to match.
and the usb chips
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