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Burning microcontroller

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by poojapatel2210, Jan 7, 2016.

  1. poojapatel2210

    poojapatel2210 New Member

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    Hello
    I have a program and a ready hex file. in my folder.
    First help me in process of simulation of program - how to perform simulation ,things i will need etc sharing a basics level link will be appericiated .
    I want to burn PIC 12F1822 with the said file i have.
    What i really want to know is which software/hardware /IDE should i use to burn microcontroller PIC 12F1822.
    It will be helpful if u share any pictorial link for the detail process of burning . I want to buy thing needed to burn my controller under good cheap price
    so your help will be really appericiated for that too .
     
  2. MaxHeadRoom78

    MaxHeadRoom78 Active Member

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    The Pickit 2 has a free stand alone HEX programming pgm, Pickit 2 v2.61
    It also includes a signal generator and Logic Analyzer.
    Max.
     
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  3. poojapatel2210

    poojapatel2210 New Member

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    thank you max
    But can u give me good link that teach me how to uses it with demo/examples
     
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  5. hexreader

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    Are you sure that PICkit2 supports newer PICs such as PIC12F1822?
     
  6. House0Fwax

    House0Fwax Member

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    I think you mean UART tool and Logic Analyzer, as it doesn't have a signal generator that I've been able to find. ;)
     
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    PICKit2 is a great software for programming PICs and also memories. However, if you want to modify your program (or write another one for your pic) I suggest you to use the MPLAB IDE software which offers you more options than the PICKit2, because the PICKit2 is a part of this IDE. It also has a lot of other features, such as simulating your program, viewing the status of special function registers... It can be downloaded for free from the Microchip site.
     
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    Hey... that works. Wanted this for ages, but failed to work it out.

    Thanks HouseOFwax :)
     

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