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GTP USB lite SMD board

Posted on Wednesday, February 26th, 2014 in PIC, USB by DP

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Here’s a PIC programer SMD board for the GTP USB lite pic programmer by cmardone:

I created a pic programer smd board for the gtp usb lite pic programmer.

  • Was made using EagleCADSOFT 5.0
  • 2 layer board
  • 0603 footprint for most smd components !!
  • uses a 18F2550 SMD chip from microchip
  • has a mini-A USB connector
  • schematic , firmware , driver and gui for windows where taken from here
  • test status: Confirmed !!!!
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3 Responses to “GTP USB lite SMD board”

  1. There is a new hack for this programmer !!

    Now is posible to load a firmware from usbpicprog.com making this programmer compatible with Mac , linux and windows…

    here is the link
    http://www.valpoder.com/?p=268

  2. Norman says:

    where can I find the schematics that you are using? I’ve looked at the schematics that you link to on ali3nworld blogspot but it seems to miss a few details. I would loke to know for example what are the LEDs connect to.

  3. i added the schematics for both programmers in my blog:::
    http://www.valpoder.com/?p=268

    in gtp usb lite : leds are RB7 RB6
    in usb pic prog : leds are RC0 RC1 RC2

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