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Looking for PIC programmer schematics and programming software

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halee awan

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i need pic programmer schematics and programming softwrae for many flavoures of pic.plaese help me
 

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Re: help me


Here you go, it wasnt that hard or was it?
For software I think once you read the thread you ll know where to find the software.
 

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Re: help me

Hello,

You have a lot of options, of course, if you want a better programmer, you must spent more money.
If you are a beginner, you could build a cheap programmer and in a future you could do something better.


1- ICD2

https://www.5v.ru/micd2mc1.htm

2- Picstart+ (The clone was called PICSTARTER+)
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www.5v.ru/psp.htm

3- Propic



www.propic2.com

You could use the first two programmers directly from the MPLAB. I used the propic with the IC-Prog 1.5D.
The better choice is the ICD2, it's a programmer debugger. The other two are only programmers. The PICSTART+ programm a lot of uC and the ProPic is very cheap.


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GuillerMo(AR)
 

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