need where to find working version of pic simulator ide

Started by Vikcy in sci.electronics.basics6 years ago 1 reply
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Hi I have downloaded pic simulator IDE from the target website. but it is not working. Please give a link where I can find a working version of...

Hi I have downloaded pic simulator IDE from the target website. but it is not working. Please give a link where I can find a working version of the software. Please help me.


[information] Picinit for PIC 16F84A

Started by F_Sincere_W in sci.electronics.basics10 years ago
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Hello, Picinit is a free utility which is addressed to those which program the PIC 16F84A microcontrollers in assembler language, with...

Hello, Picinit is a free utility which is addressed to those which program the PIC 16F84A microcontrollers in assembler language, with Microchip MPLAB IDE. Picinit defines the initial configuration of a PIC 16F84A microcontroller. The source code (.asm) corresponding is automatically generated. This source code is entirely compatible with MPLAB IDE. Download : http://perso.orange....


Re: I need to PIC your knowledge. Please read.

Started by Me in sci.electronics.basics10 years ago 1 reply
IDE

Thanks for that quick response. It looks good to me. But what do I know. I'l try it and see. I don't think my IDE has a Sim. I've only...

Thanks for that quick response. It looks good to me. But what do I know. I'l try it and see. I don't think my IDE has a Sim. I've only just been experimenting with pic's for about a week and am still finding my feet. Thanks again.


Making cables

Started by Searcher7 in sci.electronics.basics6 years ago 13 replies
IDE

I want to make a connection between two project boxes. Forty pins will be involved, so I was thinking that a male IDE connector socket on the...

I want to make a connection between two project boxes. Forty pins will be involved, so I was thinking that a male IDE connector socket on the outside of the boxes might work. Since I'm new to making my own custom ribbon cables can I get advice on where to start as for as the tools and parts I need? Thanks a lot. Darren Harris Staten Island, New York.


software for 8051 devices ? IDE-Dis-Ass-Debug

Started by robb in sci.electronics.basics10 years ago 4 replies
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yes, i did google and i got a gaggle of garbage a few good links and somw great stuff with dead or deadend links. a product called **UMPS**...

yes, i did google and i got a gaggle of garbage a few good links and somw great stuff with dead or deadend links. a product called **UMPS** came up alot and i saw a screen for it then all the references eventually go back to www.vmdesign.com which appears to just be one of those crappy search compilation sites with even more garbage and redirects etc..... Anyone know wherer one can down...


ATX power supply to drive a 12V DC motor?

Started by MK in sci.electronics.basics11 years ago 44 replies

Hi, I have a 12V DC motor (6A under load). The only power supplies I have around here are ATX. Someone at an electronics shop told me they can...

Hi, I have a 12V DC motor (6A under load). The only power supplies I have around here are ATX. Someone at an electronics shop told me they can be used to supply the power, but I didn't ask how. Is it just a matter of using an IDE connector to power the motor? Regards, Michael


Cleaning a Female BNC Coax Connector?

Started by W. eWatson in sci.electronics.basics9 years ago 2 replies

The male and female parts of the connector are used together outdoors. There's no trouble disconnecting them, but they are both yellowed...

The male and female parts of the connector are used together outdoors. There's no trouble disconnecting them, but they are both yellowed (rust?), so the connection seems broken. The male part was easily dealt with by some emery cloth. The female part has two cylinders, the outer one and another about 1/8" away. Cleaning in there is tricky with emery cloth. My smallest file won't fit. Ide...


Can IC`s which run hot last longer if heatsinks are glued onto IC`s when new ?

Started by TE Chea in sci.electronics.basics11 years ago 17 replies
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I found every hdd ( Seagate, Maxtor ) has at least 1 IC far hotter than other IC`s. I glue hsinks onto these hot IC`s, to cool them : 1 ata33...

I found every hdd ( Seagate, Maxtor ) has at least 1 IC far hotter than other IC`s. I glue hsinks onto these hot IC`s, to cool them : 1 ata33 Seagate hdd already works noticeably faster, after I glue a hsink onto its hottest IC. In 12-03 I glued a hsink onto a nVidia nForce 2 south bridge ( hot ), its IDE controller then worked 5-8 % faster. Now I even fit hdd`s @ an angle ( 45 - 70? ) ...