RE: [piclist] Programmer ntpicpro.exe


Jul 31, 2003

 


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#2030 Jul 31, 2003

Hi,

I was reading the book from dieter kohtz? and there was a hint about

a programm called ntpicpro.exe with which one could program the 16F84

or something like this. As i want to use this PIC and dont want to

buy an expensive pro programmer, i was wondering where to get this

little program.



Dieter didnt answer my mail til today...( well i sent it

yesterday....)





cu

Wolfgang



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#2032 Jul 31, 2003

I was reading the book from dieter kohtz? and there was a hint about

> a programm called ntpicpro.exe with which one could program the 16F84



Unless you have your reasons to use this particular chip forget it.

There are far better chips for the same price (16F87x, 18F*), better

chips for a lower price (16F628(A), 16F648A, 16F819), and almost-as-good

chips for a much lower price (16F630, 16F676).

> or something like this. As i want to use this PIC and dont want to

> buy an expensive pro programmer, i was wondering where to get this

> little program.



Check ic-prog and pony-prog, these are PC programs that can handle a

wide variety of hardware.



When you start with PICs do read 'start with PICs' at

www.voti.nl/swp



As for expensive: I sell the Wisp628 programmer kit for less than $ 30.

> Dieter didnt answer my mail til today...( well i sent it

> yesterday....)



He might have a life?



Wouter van Ooijen



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Van Ooijen Technische Informatica: www.voti.nl

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