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Chips

2000-03-27 - ASA Micros - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
They sell 16F877 20 Mhz DIP packages.

2000-03-03 - Blitzlogic - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Some PIC & Atmel chips can be obtained from this company in Malaysia.

2000-04-05 - DIGI-KEY - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Some PIC chips can be ordered from this US company. Also they sell 3pin ceramic resonators w/ built in caps.

2000-03-03 - Dontronics - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Some Pic chips are available from this company in Australia.

2000-03-27 - Farnell - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
This UK company sells PIC chips.

2000-03-27 - Forest Electronics - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
This UK company sells 16F877's.

2002-02-21 - IDE hard drive & more C code - Posted by: Meprog
IDE harddrive tester source code & more.

2000-03-05 - J R Kerr Engineering - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
With the PIC-SERVO and PIC-ENC chipset, you can build a complete D.C. motor servo control system with serial interface with as few as two additional I.C.'s.

IC-I/O Multifunction I/O Controller IC

The PIC-STEP gives you an easy upgrade from stepper motors to servos. It takes standard stepper motor step and direction signals plus your servo motor's incremental encoder signals as inputs, and produces filtered incremental encoder signals as outputs.

2000-03-21 - Jameco - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
SX & PIC chips in DIP packages & SX Blitz programmer.

2000-04-13 - JDR Microdevices - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Quite a few PIC processors for sale.

2000-03-20 - Milford Instruments - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
You can buy single quantity SX18 & SX28 chips from this UK company. Also, many different products for PIC & Scenix, LCD displays, emulators, robotics kits, etc..

2000-04-05 - Mouser - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Scenix ICs (SX18 & SX28, both DIP&SO),SX Key Kit and the Seiko TCP/IP S7600 Chip. Also they sell 3pin ceramic resonators w/ built in caps.

2000-03-02 - Peter Anderson's PIC Page - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Some PIC chips are available here.

2000-03-20 - PROBYTE - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Here's a company in Finland that sells many different Scenix, PIC, and other parts.

2000-03-27 - RS Electronics - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
This USA company sells PIC chips.

2000-03-20 - SXTech - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Parallax SX Tech stocks the SX18/20/28AC silicon version. They don't sell chips in single quantities.

ICE

2000-03-05 - ClearView Mathias - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Currently, they offer three Family modules; one for the 5X family (12bit) and a choice of two for the XX family (14bit)

2000-03-05 - Microchip ICEPIC Emulator - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Developed by R.F.Solutions Ltd.

2000-03-05 - Microchip PICMASTER Emulator - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Microchips latest version.

2000-03-05 - PicEm-14 Emulator/Downloader - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Supports PIC16C6X, PIC16C7X, PIC16C62X, and PIC16C8X.

Kits

2000-03-03 - Bluebird Electronics - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Each kit comprises all the necessary components, PCB, circuit etc to enable the user to build the project. You can get projects such as: Traffic Light / Zebra Crossing Simulator, Big thermometer, Quiz master, Freezer Alarm, Electronic Lock, Cable Identifier, 4 channel digital voltmeter with RS232 output, Rugby Clock receiver & Baud Rate Monitor.

The sell many other development kits & protoboards as well so be sure to check out their whole site.

2000-03-13 - Kitsrus.com - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Various PIC programmer kits.

2000-03-13 - Magenta Kits - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Magenta Electronics produces a diverse range of PIC kits for self-assembly by the electronics hobbyist, constructor, student or technician.

Misc

2000-03-03 - BitScope - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
BitScope is low cost data acquistion device configured as an RS-232 perhiperal. Used with a PC it can implement a dual channel 100 Mhz Digital Sampling Oscilloscope and 8 channel Logic Analyzer.

The entire design is open and available for download free of charge!

2000-03-03 - Bob Blick's "Propeller Clock" - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
How this clock works: A motor spins the "propeller", and a small microprocessor keeps track of time and changes the pattern on seven LEDs with exact timing to simulate a 7 by 30 array of LEDs. It is an illusion, but it works nicely.

2001-03-18 - Oricom Technologies - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
They make products making embedded systems easier to design, build, test, and use. They specialize in PIC-based products with on-board serial communications.

2000-03-03 - The Synthetic PIC - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
A VHDL core synthesizable model for the PIC 16C5X microcontroller.

2000-03-03 - Tom Handley's Page - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Tom Handley has released a few CPLD designs based on the Lattice Semiconductor ispLSI1016E as a SRAM Address Generator and Chip Enable Controller intended for use with PIC16Cxx processors using Port D for a data bus and Port E for control. It supports standard memory devices up to 512K Bytes and provides 4 auxiliary Chip Enables.

PrgrCommrcl

2000-03-20 - Advanced Transdata - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
New PIC-ICD Debugger for PIC16F87X now shipping. A programmer and in-circuit debugger in one - runs faster than MPLAB-ICD. Support for PIC & Scenic.

2000-03-20 - BP Microsystems - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Their programmers aren't cheap but they are high quality and support PIC and Scenix.

2000-03-28 - Carmacon - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
An upgrade to the Parallax/Tech-Tools hobbyist programmer that allows you to use even more of the PIC chips that are available.

2000-03-20 - COMPIC-1 - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
COMPIC-1 is a PIC programmer that now supports Scenix SX18/28 programming.

2000-03-02 - Dontronics - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
A wide variety of PIC programmers can be found here.

2000-03-27 - Emulation Technology - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
They sell SMT-to-DIP adapters.

2000-03-21 - EPIC Plus Pocket PICmicro Programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
This is the ONLY 16F84 commercial programmer that allows In Circuit programming. microEngineering makes this low cost programmer for PIC12Cxxx, PIC12CExxx, PIC14Cxxx, PIC16C505, 55x, 6xx, 7xx, 84, 9xx, PIC16CE62x, PIC16F62x, 8x, 87x and PIC17C7xx microcontrollers.

2001-04-17 - Ironwood Electronics - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
They sell SMT-to-DIP adapters.

2000-09-14 - ISP Pro Programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
It is much like Parallax's SX-KEY except it will do more chips PIC, SX and so on than the SX-KEY. Plus the 18 PIN protoboard that they sell will work with a PIC or SX and I2C eeprom and they are all programmable in circuit with the ISP PRO. Plus the ISP PRO is pin compatible with the SX-KEY.

2000-03-02 - Microchip Technology, Inc. - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Many different programmers, emulators, and In-Circuit debuggers can be found here.

2000-03-03 - Newfound Electronics - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Here's another source of PIC programmers from Australia.

2000-03-02 - Peter Anderson's PIC Page - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Kits or complete programmers are available.

2000-03-14 - PIC Lite & ALLPIC Programmers - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Two different PIC programmers, books, CDs, from this US based company.

2000-06-18 - PicProg V3 - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
It can program both PICs and AVR and verify at two defineable voltages.

2000-03-02 - ProPic 2 Programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
It can program almost all Microchip PIC microcontroller and the 24CXX series E2PROM memories.

2000-03-20 - Stag Programmers - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Universal production and gang programmers.

2000-03-20 - SX-Key - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
SX Tech has several different versions of SX programmers.

2000-03-20 - SX-TIPS - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Small in-circuit programmers for SX microcontrollers. Draw only 5 mA from target circuit, support Microchip MPASM and PARALLAX PASM/SX-KEY output formats, work under W95/W98/NT.

2000-03-03 - TechTools - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
A programmer, debugger, In-Circuit Emulator, assembler and more for PIC can be found here.

2000-03-03 - YAP Development Kit - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Includes the Yap PICmicro 16F84 Programmer, Power Supply, and Development board which, combined with the included Bread Board, provides a simple mechanism for rapidly prototyping projects.

PrgrDIYPar

2000-03-03 - Bob Blick's PIC 16F84 Programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Includes PC board photos of his version of this popular design.

2000-03-03 - F84-Programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Plans for building a low-cost and very simple serial programmer for a PIC16F84 Microchip Flash Microcontroller.

2000-03-20 - Fluffy - A Scenix & PIC Programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
To build it, you will need a PIC16F84. Note that this implies you should already have a working PIC programmer.

2001-01-10 - Michael Covington's NOPPP - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
NOPPP is a simple programmer for PIC16C84, PIC16F83, and PIC16F84. It attaches to the parallel port of a PC. Here are Geoff's mods for support for the 28 and 40 pin 16F87x family of PICs.

2000-03-02 - Mike Butler Linux PIC programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Mike Butler wrote this Linux-based PIC programmer software in C++ (called picptk) and presently requires itcl3.0. Picptk supports the whole PIC family including all memory types (EEPROM, EPROM, and OTP). At present I've only populated it with a few family members (F84, C76, C50x) but adding new ones is simple and requires no code changes. (The code is all table driven.) Picptk also supports both serial and parallel programmers.

2000-09-14 - P16PRO & PICALL Programmers - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Two different variations of low cost programmers for PIC, SX, AVR, and serial eeproms.

2000-04-08 - PIC 16c84/16f84/24c16 programmer for Linux (& DOS) - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
This programmer supports serial & parallel port hardware and programs 16c84/16f84, 16C6x/7x/923/924, 16f87x and 24c16 (and maybe 24c65/24c08?)

2000-05-20 - PIC16C5X Programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
David Tait's design. Get the 'pic5xv02.zip', upp.zip, and uppboard.pdf

2000-03-20 - PICer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Shareware printer port PIC/SX programmer, simple assembler and disassembler, designed by Einstein.

2000-03-13 - PICProg - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Many DIY PIC programmer designs.

2000-03-19 - PicWiser - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Some basic updates to the D.Tait parallel port programming software to program the PIC16F877.

2000-03-02 - Robert Lacoste 17C756 LPT programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Robert Lacoste's code for a PIC17C756 Programmer this programmer uses hardware that is connected to the printer-port. The executable + source code, hardware schematic in pdf format is included.

2000-03-20 - Scenix Parallel Port Programmer by jpb - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
A complete programmer that operates from a standard parallel port on a PC. It has sockets for both the SX18 and SX28 as well as a connector for ISP.

2001-01-05 - Simple PIC16C54 Programmer - Posted by: Aleksey Kuskov
This is a simple PIC16C54 programmer similar to David Tait's one but simple. TP7 source code included.

2000-03-15 - Steve Marchant's 16C84 Programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
He has PP84 software & PROG84 hardware available. The ProgMicro Project plans to support this programmer on linux.

2000-03-02 - Wim Lewis Linux PIC programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Wim Lewis wrote this Linux-based PIC programmer software in C. The programmer.is specifically for the PIC 16C84 and uses the PIC's serial programming mode and a homebuilt programmer loosely based on David Tait's

PrgrDIYSer

2000-03-03 - PIC-Programmer 2 - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
This Programmer is powered by the RS-232 and it works with RS-232 levels at only < ±8.6V. It programs PIC12C5XX, 12C67X, 24CXX, 16C55X, 16C61, 16C62X, 16C71, 16C71X, 16C8X, 16F8X and ISO-CARD's with ASF. Other serial programmable chips by adapter.

2000-03-03 - PicBlaster PIC Programmer - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
PIC16c84 programmer that fits inside a DB25 hood!

2000-03-03 - Picprog - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Serial PIC programmer by Jaakko Hyvätti with Linux software support.

2000-03-03 - Ralph Metzler's PIC Programmer code - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Serial port PIC16C84/24C65/24C16B programmer V0.6 for Linux.

2000-03-20 - SxProg from SXpoint - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Incircuit programmer for SX18/28 microcontrollers. This design uses a PIC so you need a PIC programmer to make this design.

2000-04-30 - WISP: Wouter's In-System Programmer for the 16F84 - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
There is no need to remove the 16f84 from the target circuit, it could even be soldered permanently. A simple 4 or 5 wire connection to the target is sufficient.

Protoboards

2001-03-15 - 1-HR PROTOBOARD / RS18 - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
1-Hr Protoboard / RS18 allows you to get a working microcontroller system up and communicating with a host PC in less than 1 hour.

2000-09-14 - BasicMicro - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
They offer protoboards for Scenix & PIC parts.

2003-08-15 - DH Micro - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
A manufacturer of PIC prototyping and development boards.

2000-03-20 - Eval Board by SpAz - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Evaluation board for the Scenix (SX18) micro complete with keypad, LCD, piezo, Serial comm, LED I/O status, and a header to access all I/O pins.

2000-03-03 - Micro Engineering Labs - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
This USA company offers many varieties of Pic prototype boards.

2000-03-20 - MockUps - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
A series of development boards for the Microchip and Scenix microcontrollers.

2000-03-20 - Rho Enterprises - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
A SX28 Proto Board Starter Kit is available with the parts needed for different configurations of oscillator and LCD.

2000-03-22 - Scenix 52pin PQFP Prototyping - Posted by: Jeff Frohwein
Various sources for these protoboards are listed.

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