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USB pic programmer not using 18F2550

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aruna1

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Does anyone know schamatic for a USB PIC programmer that dos not use 18F2550 ? (better if some thing that will run with 12F or 16F?)
18F2550 is not available in sri lanka
thanks
 

Nigel Goodwin

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Does anyone know schamatic for a USB PIC programmer that dos not use 18F2550 ? (better if some thing that will run with 12F or 16F?)
18F2550 is not available in sri lanka
thanks

You're rather missing the point, the 18F2550 has a USB interface, the 12F and 16F series don't.

It's a small world nowadays, order it from a different country.
 

HATHA

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Does anyone know schamatic for a USB PIC programmer that dos not use 18F2550 ? (better if some thing that will run with 12F or 16F?)
18F2550 is not available in sri lanka
thanks

hi aruna1
you can buy it from 2nd cross stree in fort (Asia or unitech) or from farnell dealers
 

mvs sarma

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You're rather missing the point, the 18F2550 has a USB interface, the 12F and 16F series don't.

It's a small world nowadays, order it from a different country.

Lovely concept, world a small village.
perhaps the courier groups need to help by reducing their tariff. it is really painful to pay huge international courier charges for low cost items.

waiting for better days
 

Nigel Goodwin

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Lovely concept, world a small village.
perhaps the courier groups need to help by reducing their tariff. it is really painful to pay huge international courier charges for low cost items.

waiting for better days

I would have thought any excessive charges are a local matter?, I get parts from all over the world at relatively low cost for postage. First tip - don't use couriers, use post - with couriers you're paying for guaranteed delivery times, and pay a premium because of that.
 

aruna1

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I would have thought any excessive charges are a local matter?, I get parts from all over the world at relatively low cost for postage. First tip - don't use couriers, use post - with couriers you're paying for guaranteed delivery times, and pay a premium because of that.
normal post is too slow right? takes about month.
 
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