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Program 16F88 PIC?

Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by Lindsay Robinson, Jun 6, 2004.

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  1. Hi,

    Just a followon from my last message incase i cant get anyone to build it.

    Just wondering if anyone can program a couple of 16F88 PIC's for me?


  2. Al Borowski

    Al Borowski Guest

    Where abouts are you?

  3. I am in brisbane.


  4. If you're lucky, Al might even make them for you. He might even lay
    out a PCB for them cause it's easier than making them on vero board!!!
  5. I have actually already ordered the PIC's from overseas and they will
    program them before sending them.

    If someone still wants to give me a price on making the units it would be
    great tho and depending on cost i might still get you to make them (or ill
    have a go myself). I am currently looking at making them inside a jiffy box
    or similar with usb socket, 5pin xlr socket and db25 plug on it instead of
    putting all the electronics in the db25 plug.


  6. Al Borowski

    Al Borowski Guest

    Nah, I'm just about to start exams - I have no time for any outside
    projects right now :-(

    I dunno. I think PCBs are easier then breadboard for non-trivial
    circuits, but veroboard wins for simple one-offs.


  7. I used to hate that time of year.

    These days i refuse to build anything on vero. I will resort to
    iron-on toner methods before i go to vero!! In fact, i don't think I
    have built anything on vero since I was an apprentice!
  8. Al Borowski

    Al Borowski Guest

    Good 'ole QUT just made me build 2 projects on breadboard. It was a
    nightmare - bump the thing and it would stop working. I could have made
    a simple PCB in less time then it took to find the loose connections.

    At least you solder veroboard. Breadboard is utter crap by comparison -
    except for prototyping really small projects.

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