If you download the "diypack14.zip" from www.kitsrus.com, there is a file labelled "chipinfo.cid" which can be opened with notepad. You will find all the chips that are supported there. If you want to give me your direct email address, I will be happy to mail it to you!
Kindest regards, Chuck Irwin
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, October 31, 2003 13:44 PM
Subject: Re: [PIC Micro Developers' Forum] PIC16F874 programming/development
so it does! I have to admit, the web pages are very confusing on the
By the way, I could not find the list of supported chips even though
in the 149 section there is a link that you are supposed to follow to
find that info. I'd be extra vigilant on that score.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "chuckirwin43"
> Yes it does! Here is excerpt from the help file with the program
> ICSP Mode
> This mode allows you to program via the ICSP port.
> Please note that this function is not available for K128.
> There are 2 VPP voltage sources available on the programming
socket. Either one is automatically selected depending on the chip
> When ICSP mode is selected, only VPP1 is used even if VPP2 should
be used for the particular chip. Therefore, do not attempt to program
chips in the programming socket when ICSP mode is enabled or chip
damage may result.
> See the construction PDF file in your installation directory for
more ICSP connection information. This will have the same name as
your kit type - eg. k149.pdf.
> Please note that ICSP programming will not work in all cases.
Things that may cause problems are...
> high capacitive loads on the programming pins
> long programming leads
> innabillity of the programmer to control the MCLR pin
> innabillity of the programmer to control the VCC voltage
> If any of these or other problems exist, then you may have to
isolate the programming pins on the target board.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: phil1960us
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 0:50 AM
> Subject: Re: [PIC Micro Developers' Forum] PIC16F874
> I think this programmer doesn't support ICSP. at least the
> I looked at didn't show it. For my money, ICSP is a huge
> it really speeds testing/debugging. Having to move the chip
> the programmer and target environment is a big waste of time. I
> suppose an ICE or ICD setup would be even better, though.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "chuckirwin43"
> <chuckirwin43@n...> wrote:
> > Hi Walter:
> > Forgot to tell you, the programmer device is a kit K149-B PIC
> Programmer which is supported by www.kitsrus.com, but is sold
> Amazon Electronics, Inc.
> > 14172 Eureka rd, PO Box 21
> > Columbiana OH 44408-0021, USA
> > Tel (330) 549-3726, Toll Free 1-888-549-3749
> > Fax (603) 994-4964 or (330) 549-3725
> > Email johan@e..., Internet: www.electronics123.com
> > KRS Chuck Irwin
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: walter woodrow
> > To: email@example.com
> > Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2003 19:14 PM
> > Subject: [PIC Micro Developers' Forum] PIC16F874
> > Hello,
> > We are taking over the programming and development of a
> > PIC16F874 chip. Currently the contractor has the programming
> > equipment. I was checking out digi-key to purchase the
> > (DV164003), but they say it is now obsolete.
> > Digi-key recommended using DV164005, DV164006 or DV164007.
> > I read, the equipment does not seem to support the 16F874.
> > one recommend what we should be using to develop and program
> > 16F874?
> > Is there any advantages for still using the old software and
> > equipment?
> > Thanks.
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