can any one help me about PC less PIC programmer.
How do you expect to program it without a PC?
I've got a PIC "Pocket" programmer. It was a kit made many years back by one of the PIClist gurus Tony Nixon. It has a ZIF socket, a 16F876, a 16x2 LCD display, and some eeprom memory chips. All on a small PCB about pocket sized.
It can read a PIC, store the hex file in it's eeproms and be used to make copies so I got it as a production programmer that grunts could use in the workshop to program PICs without needing a PC and without any chance of wrecking the source code haha.
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It's a very nice little unit, I don't know if you can still get them... You can see more pictures and specs etc here;
Oh yeah it can receive a HEX file on it's RS232 port as well.
There have been various such programmers over the years, I've got a similar one (but with simple LED's rather than an LCD display), as far as I know mine only copies 16C84's, it came from a closed company that produced cloned smart cards for satellite.
For that matter, the PICKit2 will program PIC's with out a PC as well, storing the program internally.