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Build your own PIC programmer

  • Jan 6, 2014 · 7:00 PM

2 Part Class - this night involves soldering your PIC circuitboard and flashing

the 2nd night will be the following monday where we go over programming the PIC

 

Cost: $25 Per Person (10 Seats Available)
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/build-your-own-pic-programmer-tickets-9902179686

Learn to build your own PIC programming kit. Price includes your own ready-to-build an open source Microchip PIC programmer for the USB port that you will put together and solder.

This DIY PIC programmer is a continuation of our PIC programming basics tutorial. By building and using this USB PIC programmer, you can program microchip PIC series of 10F, 12F, 16F, 18F, 24F, 30F. This is also an EEPROM programmer as it supports 12Cxx EEPROM. The hardware is as simple as possible, the current version only contains one PIC18F2550, 4 mosfets, and besides the connectors a hand full of passive components.

 


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