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PIC16F877 programming

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bingoz2002

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how do we burn a program into the PIC chip. for my project, the device should not be connected to the computer, therefore, i'll have to store the program i created into the chip. Can anyone provide me with the procedures? The program i'm using is MPLAB. thanks.
 

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First of all, you'l need another program called ICPROG (attached), here you are some procedures:
1- Since you use MPLAB then you are using Assembly language, write your software in Assembly and by using MPLAB compile the software and generate a *.HEX* file.
2- You have to generate this *.hex* file as this is the file that will be burnt onto your chip.
3- Open the ICPROG, and load it with your *.hex* file and choose your programmer(hardware) and the PIC type.
4- Connect your PIC to your programmer(Hardware) and start downloading the *.hex* file to your chip.

That's all, If you have something with these steps please, tell me.

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