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trexter711

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I'm looking for a usb or parrallel pic programmer for my project.
i have to build it myself (not a kit). i need full diagram. tnx.
i dont need a jdm programmer, because i need the power from outside not from the pc port.
 
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ljcox

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trexter711 said:
I'm looking for a usb or parrallel pic programmer for my project.
i have to build it myself (not a kit). i need full diagram. tnx.
i dont need a jdm programmer, because i need the power from outside not from the pc port.
Here is a Programmer and Tester that I designed for a friend.

It has a serial RS232 data connection to the computer. I know you want a USB or parallel, but I have not designed one of those. So I have submitted this one in case you or others can use it.

If you don't need the Tester part, leave it out.
 

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rigdoctor99

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Ijcox, you might want to check page 6, you have 7805 regs on both rails, and one of them is marked 13V, but the text says 7805 and 7808.........

Just a helpfull thought........
 

ljcox

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rigdoctor99 said:
Ijcox, you might want to check page 6, you have 7805 regs on both rails, and one of them is marked 13V, but the text says 7805 and 7808.........

Just a helpfull thought........
Yes, you're right. I must have done a cut and paste and forgot to change 7805 to 7808.

And, as Nigel wrote, the top one is the 7808.

Thanks.
 
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