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Re: DB9 to DB25 for PIC Programmer.

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jzaghal

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db9 to db25 schematic

Hi,

I need the schematic or layout to make the cable for
the pic programmer.

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db9 programmer

You should specify which programmer you are using. There are a lot on the market, so be a little bit more concrete.

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propic2 db25

Hi,

In need of the DB9 to DB25 for the propic.

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pic programmer using db25

Just use a 25 to 9 pin standard serialport adapter. I use a jdm programer that has a 9 pin connector that plugs straite in to a 9 pin serial port ( on a 1 to 1 9 pin exstention lead). At home my PC has a 25 pin serial port and i purchased a 9-25 pin adapter from Maplin.
Do not get confused with the type of adapter you would use for a serial port modem as these have a diferant pin assinment.

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db25 db9 adapter pic programmer

You can do it youself, without buying from Maplin. It is very easy. This is full RS232 cabel (CD,DSR,CTS,RTS,TX,RX,DTR).

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db25 db9 adapter jdm programmer

isn't it the db25-db9 connector/cable for propic2 uses a different connection from that of a standard db25-db9 serial cable?
 

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propic2 pin

Hi,
Be careful propic2 work on LPT port, not on the serial!!

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parallel to serial db9 adapter schematic

Yes, ProPIC II is a parallel interface, not serial. A serial 9-25 adapter probably won't work!

If you have the schematic from the ProPIC website (http://www.propic2.com/) the pin numbers for both plug sizes are marked on it. That's what I followed.

These are the connections you need to make between the 9 and 25:

Name >> 9-pin(ProPIC) >> 25-pin(PC)
d0 >> 1 >> 2
d1 >> 2 >> 3
d2 >> 3 >> 4
d3 >> 4 >> 5
d4 >> 5 >> 6
d5 >> 6 >> 7
Ack >> 7 >> 10
Clk >> 8 >> 8
Gnd >> 9 >> (18 to 25)

To explain, pin 1 on the ProPIC connector should be wired to pin 2 on the 25-way plug, etc. Pin 9 on the ProPIC connector (Ground) should be wired to any or all of pins 18 to 25.

Make sure you are wiring to the right pins - the pin numbers are usually marked on good quality D-connectors, they are numbered on male/female so that pin 1 always mates with pin 1, etc.

Cheers,
FoxyRick.
 

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