How to program your PIC Processors.

Programming a PIC processor is not at all a difficult task. Download the files below and read through the readme files. The small Ludipipo programmer, or the Madsen PIC Programmer 2, are very simple projects to build. Build them with an ordinary socket instead of the ZIF socket. You connect the programmers to a com port, start the programming software, open the hex file, e.g.tmw100.hex and press "Program". Thatīs it.

You do not need an external power supply to these programmers. They use the voltages in a com port. The Ludipipo programmer does not run very well on a laptop. A com port of a laptop usually uses plus minus 9V, and the programmer needs plus minus 12V to operate well. For laptops, use the Programmer 2 together with NTPicProg instead.

IMPORTANT! Put the programmer directly into the com port, without an extension cable, or if that is impossible, use a very short extension cable.

NTPicProg is a software to run the Madsen Programmer2 from Win95, Win98 or WinNT. This s/w is developed here at Tillorp by Andreas Hansson, the same guy who is coding the TMWDCC project. The software can handle PIC16C84, PIC16F84 Pic12cx5x9 processors and the EEPROM 24LC16.

PIC-Programmer 2 is Jens Madsenīs small programmer for PIC16C84, PIC16F84 Pic12cx5x9 processors and for the EEPROM 24LC16.

Etch pattern and part list for PIC-Programmer 2.

Comming up soon here is an adapter for the SMD processors, both PIC16 and PIC12. You connect the adapter to a Madsen Programmer2

Pic95 is a software to run the Ludipipo programmer under Windows.

Ludipipo is a small programmer for PIC16C84 processors. It comes with a programming software that runs under DOS.

Tmw100.hex is the microcode to load into the processor of TMW01.
for fuse values, and donīt forget to read the readme file in the package.

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