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    I just started learning Microcontrollers and i started out wit PIC 16F84. Can anybody hlp me on hw to build a programmer.

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    parallel pic programmer

    Look at

    www.lancos.com

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    pic programmer india

    Quote Originally Posted by gfactor
    I just started learning Microcontrollers and i started out wit PIC 16F84. Can anybody hlp me on hw to build a programmer.
    Perhaps for F84 you need to use a parallel port programmer and not ICSP .
    while if the chip can be 16F84A , then ICSP with either parallel port (DB25)or serial port (DB9) could be possible



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    pic programming cheap

    Thanks but do you have any circuit for it

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    Nandhu can i get the circuit there



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    pic programmer ص*

    Posting of circuits and documents which are freely available on the net is prohibited here. Do vist the site referd by "nandhu015" and download it yourself. Cheers



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    pic prog 2009

    I use this one http://feng3.cool.ne.jp/en/pg5v2.html
    Tried with PIC12F475, PIC16F84A, PIC16F877 and PIC18F4550, and it worked perfectly on every one of 'em. Other than the ZIF socket, it's dirt cheap, too.



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    serial port pic programmer

    Check this, it's the simplest programmer you will ever find.



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    pic 16f programmer

    Quote Originally Posted by gfactor
    Thanks but do you have any circuit for it

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    Nandhu can i get the circuit there
    which chip is yours?
    16F84 or 16F84A ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by mvs sarma
    which chip is yours? 16F84 or 16F84A ?
    Sarma ji. He has given it in the OP. 16F84



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    программатор для pic

    Hello,

    You can have a ready made PIC USB Programmer - ICP2 that supports PIC16F84 and other devices.
    You can find a list of all supported devices here: http://www.microcontrollerboard.com/...evice_list.pdf
    For additional information please visit: http://www.microcontrollerboard.com/pic_programmer.html



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    parallel port pic programmer

    Quote Originally Posted by pranam77
    Quote Originally Posted by mvs sarma
    which chip is yours? 16F84 or 16F84A ?
    Sarma ji. He has given it in the OP. 16F84
    I saw it sir. Being a first timer to PIC, perhaps it is possible, he would read the main chip number and not the suffix. he might have followed some old tutorials that mention it as 16F84, thus mentioned only that number. I want to be sure as to what chip really he owned. Hope the OP clarifies.



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    pic programmer parallel port

    Quote Originally Posted by seadolphine2000
    Check this, it's the simplest programmer you will ever find.
    is this ckt is still part of the programmer???



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    icp2 programmer

    No, you will just need it if you wished to power the PIC while normal operation from the serial port.
    You can totally ignore it as I did.



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    PIC programmer

    a simple programmer like the JDM will work fine, but its not really laptop friendly because of the lower voltages available on a laptop's serial port. also i suspect that you now want to build a programmer after doing some research/learning about the device. if this is so, then if your 'switch on an LED' circuit does not work you would not easily be able to tell where the fault lies. for this reason i would recommend rather getting a pickit so you know the programming hardware is known good. the other advantage of going this route is the it is usb rather than serial which is getting more difficult to support in recent days



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