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Raspberry Pi used as a PIC Programmer

Posted on Friday, September 7th, 2012 in PIC, R-Pi by DP

Giorgio designed a PIC programmer using a Raspberry Pie and a few external components. Always great to see a new way to program chips. Will the R-Pi become a universal programmer?

Via Hack a Day.

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2 Responses to “Raspberry Pi used as a PIC Programmer”

  1. Derk says:

    Hmmmm, pie…

  2. PICPgm says:

    PICPgm now also runs on the Raspberry Pi. It supports more tha 650 PIC microcontrollers.
    See http://picpgm.picprojects.net.

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