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What Is This? Microcontroller? How Do I Hook It Up? Warp-13a

Now, I'm pleased to say, that's no longer necessary - and most of what you need can be easily found for free at www.gnupic.org. www.willem.org I heard warp is much better solution than picallw. Forum New Posts Unanswered Posts FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Community Groups Reported Items Calendar Link to Us Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Activity Stream Search Help Rules One is advised not to use the update facility on the Newfound site but rather to program an entire new PIC18F25.

These two methods are examined in more detail in the next few sections. by newfound » Tue Mar 15, 2005 8:19 pm Fernando wrote:How to program the firmware in the 18F252 if Warp-13 that I have doesn't program that chip. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? That means I don't need it in a ZIF socket any more, and makes the code-burn-test-curse-recode-reburn-retest-recurse-repeat loop faster. http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/368896-what-microcontroller-how-do-i-hook-up-warp-13a.html

One is advised not to use the update > facility on the Newfound site but rather to program an entire new > PIC18F25. > > My version of the Warp-13a is I would value any advice or assistance. back to the main oven roaster page back to the top roaster page back to Ian's contents page back to www.astounding.org.uk top contents page To comment on anything (please do) email No other type will work properly (if the red LED is on, you know the adapter is working).

View Answers Latest Results Privacy Policy Terms of Use & Service Contact Us map Copyrights Notice User's Guide Datasheets PDXBot Robothon Buy Robots! These connectors by the corner of the chip connect to the programmer and let me reprogram the PIC in place. This is a Flash PIC, allowing easy upgrading of your Warp-13a with new firmware to support new types of PIC chips or to fix bugs. Most of that is superficially as it was before, though are changes regarding what is connected to what pin - I've moved the buttons around, and the LCD is now in

Set-up / Assembly Now that you have everything in place, simply connect your computer to the WARP board via the serial/USB cable, then the WARP board to your stack using the Could we possibly have a....??? -Bill phalanx Non-SFE Guru Posts: 1832Joined: Sun Nov 30, 2003 8:57 amLocation: Candia, NH Top Re: Warp 13a by newfound » Wed Mar 16, 2005 My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Customs, Dell, Gateway, HP, Toshiba, Acer, ASUS OS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, Mac OS X 10.10, Linux Mint 17, Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.

I am sure there are people close to you who can help you program the HEX file if you would just stop hiding behind a supposed language barrier and put in I > would value any advice or assistance. > > Regards > Dale Dale: You can get an upgrade here....Paul http://s1.amazon.com/exec/varzea/ts/exchange-glance/Y02Y5766333Y5408701/058-8011319-8448811 PJ, Dec 11, 2004 #2 Advertisements Alan Holt Guest Feel free to email me at [email protected] I use the gnupic utilities project gputils to program in assembly, and details of that process are on the programming page.

First, ensure that your copy of MPLAB is version 5.62 or higher. Hardware With a general understanding of PIC programming and all of the necessary software downloaded, you can now proceed to the third step: setting-up and connecting the programmer to your computer. For me to jump on a plane and fly to their immediate aid? Similar Threads programming PIC 16F877A with the "world most easy pic programmer"?

Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? To install the Warp-13a programmer into MPLAB click on the "PICSTART Plus" menu and then select "ENABLE Programmer." If you don't get any error messages, your Warp-13a is up and running I have Warp-13 NewFound Electronic and another of the manufacturer Olimex, neither one assist my demand. To take advantage of these features and to be able to program types of PICs that are not supported by the PICSTART Plus, you will need to use the Warp-13a software.

Our programmers integrate with MPLAB in exactly the same way as the PICSTART Plus. Moderator: phalanx Post a reply 15 posts • Page 1 of 1 PIC programmer by Fernando » Sat Mar 12, 2005 4:45 pm Hello, I need help to acquire a programmer A check on the Newfound electronics website and the Dontronics website (a reseller) seems to indicate that Newfound has shut its doors. The aluminium panel, switches, neons, SSR and about 10% of the components in these pictures are from ebay.

At more than $100 less than the cost of the PICSTART Plus, and as a much improved design over "cheap" programmer kits, (which in fact aren't much lower in cost when I should probably investigate and deal with them, but everything works so I can't be bothered. I have no friends damnit!

In fact, MPLAB thinks that it is talking to a PICSTART Plus!

The mechanical and electrical aspects are on a separate page. How do I hook it up? We're a knowledgeable forum and here to help. When I built the popper-based roaster, the Microchip IDE was the sole reason for me keeping a running windows machine.

The Warp-13a firmware is designed to operate with this latest version of MPLAB - previous versions of MPLAB use a slightly different protocol and will be unable to communicate with the Marco Tuzzi Feb 18, 2005 VCR Hitachi VT-F260E Dead Supply SP-13A Gerd Loos, Jul 1, 2004, in forum: Electronic Repair Replies: 0 Views: 974 Gerd Loos Jul 1, 2004 Anyone know The chip needs an external pull-up resistor on pin 7. Should I try an update?

Beaty, Aug 18, 2004, in forum: Electronic Design Replies: 2 Views: 582 martin griffith Aug 18, 2004 Newfound Electronic's Warp-13 PIC Programmer Ing. Use directly from MPLAB, the free development system from Microchip. The Warp-13a WINDOWS Software If you are not using MPLAB or simply want the ease and convenience of a standalone program, Newfound Electronics' Windows 95/98/ME/XP software is available free of charge NEWFOUND ELECTRONICS is the only PIC programmer supplier (other than Microchip) that has fully MPLAB compatible programmers.

I don't actually have any good reason for the roaster knowing what the time and date is, but I came across the chip so thought I'd add it. There's more details on FTDI's product page, but it's a FT232RQ USB to serial UART interface chip ( datasheet here) embedded within the moulded usb connector. Fernando Posts: 29Joined: Sat Mar 12, 2005 4:39 pm Top by daubin327 » Wed Mar 16, 2005 12:33 pm Look what my new PIC creation made!!! Also another issue is easy upgrading of the firmware and how frequently they add support for more devices.

There are many ways to make a HEX file, see Programming the Mark III for some details.