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Circuit and PIC simulation recomendation.

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Gareth Glaccum, Aug 19, 2003.

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  1. I have been evaluating 'Crocodile-Clips' and 'PIC Simulator IDE'. Can anyone
    suggest a good (er, cheapish, am hobbyer) circuit simulator which can
    simulate PICS as well?
    Ok, so crocodile-clips is meant to do this. But it lacks many of the
    features I would have liked, in particular the LCD screen that I use, which
    the PIC simulator does have, but the PIC simulator does not simulate
    circuits.

    Can anyone suggest any systems which allow these items, basically:

    Circuit voltage/current/logic simulation
    PIC basic or assembly or flowchart simulation (will work to whatever there
    is, it doesn't even have to burn them)
    Can show interfaces to common things, like LCD screens (I think it is the
    HS420 compatible)

    Gareth
     
  2. not a real answer, but why simulate? Get a PIC and a programmer, and
    do the real thing. There are ultra-cheap programmers that work most of
    the time, I sell a kit for ~ $ 30, and there alternatives
    (bootloaders).

    And do read http://www.voti.nl/swp


    Wouter van Ooijen

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    http://www.voti.nl
    PICmicro chips, programmers, consulting
     
  3. Thanks, I have already tried the 'PIC Simulator IDE' it doesn't do circuit
    simulations, but as I stated, it does allow you to program for the lcd
    modules.
    Gareth
     
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