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Member Since: October 27, 2012

Country: United States

  • Product DEV-08331 | about 11 months ago

    Mine came with all the correct parts. It was easy to assemble and configure. It can be made to work with any PicAxe chip, but for parts other than 18 and 28-pin chips, the extra jumper connections and breadboard space requirements make this product less useful than a home-built breakout programmer. For 18 and 28 pin parts, however, it would be a delight to use.

    According to the provided instructions which are also found here: http://www.picaxe.com/docs/AXE029.pdf

    …this breaboard adapter works with 18 pin, 28 pin and 40 pin PicAxe chips. However, according to the pinout diagrams at the address below, I don’t see how it’s possible that it works with any 40pin PicAxe: http://www.picaxe.com/docs/picaxe_manual1.pdf

    According to those pinouts, this product…

    Works with: 18X 18M 18M2 28X1 28X2

    Does not work with: 08M 08M2 / 08M2+ 14M 14M2 20M 20M2 20X2 40X1 40X2

    If anyone knows better, please correct me. I’m only working with 08M2 and 14M2 chips. Without a 40 pin PicAxe I can’t be certain. I’m just going by the pinout diagrams.

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