That's funny looks like they would have a 5.1volt and the 12 volts 3.5 whats hard to find
here you can use a 5 volt regulator to for the five volt done that before.
Chippie He ask I told with out a zener and it can be done. I can program a 18f1320 with a cut off piece old modem cable and three resistor.But I Like my Junebug and pickit2 better.
Since you use Low Voltage Programming-mode, pin PGM is not usable for I/O. If you programm a PIC in this manner, always ensure PGM is pulled low in the application (e.g. by adding 10K to ground) even if the schematics look different - otherwise the PIC might enter programming mode instead of normal working mode.
'Manual control of two servomotors using 2 SPDT switches 'Use B1 to hold pulsewidth variable for servo 1 'Use B2 to hold pulsewidth variable for servo 2 'Initialize Variables B1 = 150 B2 = 150 'start servo 1 at center position 'start servo 2 at center position start: IF pin1 = 0 Then left1 IF pin2 = 0 Then right1 IF pin4 = 0 Then left2 IF pin5 = 0 Then right2 PulsOut 0, B1 PulsOut 3, B2 Pause 18 GoTo start 'check for switch closures 'is sw1 left active? 'is sw1 right active? 'is sw2 left active? 'is sw2 right active? 'send current servo 1 position out 'send current servo 2 position out 'Routines for Servomotor 1 left1: B1 = B1 + 1 PulsOut 0, B1 PulsOut 3, B2 Pause 18 IF B1 > 225 Then max1 GoTo start right1: B1 = B1 - 1 PulsOut 0, B1 PulsOut 3, B2 Pause 18 IF B1 < 75 Then min1 GoTo start max1: B1 = 225 GoTo start min1: B1 = 75 GoTo start 'increase the pulse width 'send current B1 'send current B2 'set frequency update about 50 hz 'maximum 2.25 millisecond 'decrease the pulse width 'send current B1 'send current B2 'set frequency update about 50 hz 'minimum .75 millisecond 'cap max B1 at 2.25 milliseconds 'cap min B1 at .75 millisecond 'Routines for Servomotor 2 left2: B2 = B2 + 1 PulsOut 0, B1 PulsOut 3, B2 Pause 18 IF B2 > 225 Then max2 GoTo start right2: B2 = B2 - 1 PulsOut 0, B1 PulsOut 3, B2 Pause 18 IF B2 < 75 Then min2 GoTo start max2: B2 = 225 GoTo start min2: B2 = 75 GoTo start