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DIY PICKit-2 Lite

Posted on Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 in DIY, PIC by DP

PICKit-2_Lite

oakkar7  made this DIY PICKit-2 Lite :

Since, the first use, I stick all with my PIC development and found that very stable and convenience to use. My design is based on Blueroom-electronics design. The Blueroon website is down now. This is the copy of PicKit-2 lite schematic from Blueroom.  I used BC547 and BC557 transistors in my build. For 680uH coil, I used a small filter coil from ATX power supply secondary output rail.

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One Response to “DIY PICKit-2 Lite”

  1. Great to see a project based on my Junebug PK2 clone schematic. Nicely done.

    Bill

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