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Description: PIC-PG1 is a programmer based on the JDM design which takes all necessary signals and power supply from RS232 serial port. It uses a 6 pin 0.1" step ICSP connector to connect to the target board. Simple, yet extremely useful. The PG1 works very well in conjunction with all Olimex PIC Development boards. It can also be used with bread boards utilizing a Polarized ICSP Header or with simple jumper wires.

Caution: The programmer may not work with low power serial interfaces - i.e. laptop or notebook serial ports. USB to serial cables have also not been proven to work.

Dimensions: 50x30 mm (1.3x2") + 30 cm (12") cable
Documents:

Tutorials: ICProg Setup and ICSP Setup

Software: ICPROG by Bonny Gijzen. It's the best software for serial port programmers we've seen - and it's free!

Supported Devices: Family followed by device type (Ex: 12C508, 16F84A)

12C: 508, 508A, 509, 509A, 671, 672
12CE: 518, 519, 673, 674
12F: 629, 675

16C: 433, 54, 56, 58, 61, 62A, 62B, 63, 63A, 64A, 65A, 65B, 66, 67, 71, 72, 72A, 73A, 73B, 74A, 74B, 76, 77, 505, 620, 620A, 621, 621A, 622, 622A, 710, 711, 712, 715, 716, 717, 745, 765, 770, 771, 773, 774, 781, 782, 923, 924
16CE: 623, 624, 625
16F: 83, 84, 84A, 627, 628, 630, 676, 818, 819, 870, 871, 872, 873, 873A, 874, 874A, 876, 876A, 877, 877A

18F: 242, 248, 252, 258, 442, 448, 452, 458, 1320, 2320, 4320, 4539, 6620, 6720, 8620, 8720

WinPic - Great new software by Wolfgang "Wolf" Bnscher. Supports all the popular flash PICs, as well as many of the newly released PICs! Use this software for support for the 16F628A, 16F87, and 16F88.

Supported Devices: Family followed by device type (Ex: 12F629, 16F84A)

12F: 629, 675

16C: 61, 71, 710, 711, 715
16F: 73, 74, 76, 77, 84, 627, 628, 628A, 818, 819, 870, 871, 872, 873, 873A, 874, 874A, 876, 876A, 877, 877A, 87, 88

Comments 1 comment

  • Will this work with PikDev/pkp on Linux? They mention that it’s designed to work with tait/jdm compatible programmers [1]. I realize this model is “based on the JDM design”, but I’m not sure that means it will work.
    Has anybody tried it out before?
    [1] http://pikdev.free.fr/


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