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From: peter crowcroft
Subject: Re: Choosing a PIC programmer (and IDE)
Date: Sun, 13 Oct 2002 09:32:40 +0800
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On 11 Oct 2002 18:31:44 -0700, email@example.com (Michael) wrote:
>Hi - I'd like to learn how to use PICs - but am very new to them. I
>have looked around a bunch - and have seen various programmers
>reccomended. Specifically, I've seen this one:
>http://www.kitsrus.com/k96_119.html. So - Should I go with the last
>one? Or should I get one that is completely different?
My Kit 96 with the software written by bojan dobaj is tried, tested
and kept way up to date.
Bojan just released his latest picallw.exe paw013c.zip october 9. Get
http://www.picallw.com or from me direct at
The hardware for Kit 96 is very cheap. Get it from www.dontronics.com
picallw.exe will program the following devices for free; that is
without software registration:
It will program all other devices with a 256 word limit. This is
removed by registration.
With PIC programming algorithms changing fast and with the rapid
introduction of new PIC devices you should look to ongoing technical
support as a main factor in buying a programmer. Wouter clearly does
it as do we so then just judge the item on price.
DIY Electronics (HK) Ltd
PO Box 88458, Sham Shui Po
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