PICKitPlus now runs on Linux – The software that uses the Microchip PK2 and PK3 to program new and legacy microcontrollers from Microchip.
We are very pleased to announce the release of the Linux version of PKCMD: PKCMD-LX. This is the Personal Computer version, designed to run on flavours of Linux, both 32 and 64 bit. This was a huge investment by us. But, these are exciting developments for the software as it shows...Continue Reading
How to use PICKit+ with MPLAB-X IDE
PICKit+ recently announced that it is now possible to Program Microchip PICs from MPLAB-X using PICkit2 programmer and it's even possible for those PICs that MPLAB-X programmer operations do not support. The challenge There are many PIC microcontrollers that currently not supported by...Continue Reading
PICKit 3 Mini
Reviahh has published a new project, the PICKit 3 Mini: Previously, I made a Pickit 3 clone – (see previous blog post). It works well, but I have often wondered just how little of its circuitry was needed to program and debug the boards I make. For instance – I primarily use the...Continue Reading
Build Your Own PICKit 2 Programmer
pulsetronics.blogspot.com.ng has build a nice version of PICKIT Programmer: This is my PICkit 2 clone design. Its based on a simplified version of the Microchip PICkit 2 schematic and only supports 5v parts. It works with all the Microchip software including MPLAB, MPLABX,the PICkit...Continue Reading