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    design for a home-build USB in-circuit programmer

    Although I have an mikroElektronica EasyPIC5 board, it would be handy to have a portable PIC programmer. Can anyone suggest a recommended design for a home-build USB in-circuit programmer that is compatible with PICFlash?

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    Re: Home build PICFlash?

    Hi,

    Don't think you will find any programmer that will run with the Mikro stuff because I think they designed it to be different for that very reason.

    Probably your simplest option would be to build a USB Pickit2 Lite as featured many times in this forum.

    A friend has used a Pickit2 on the Easypic board by jumpering out the Mikro programmer so the Pickit can be easily connected incircuit with just 5 wires.



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