[SOLVED !] PROTON Development Board PIC expansion


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    Hi,

    I've a PROTON Development Board and I'm fully satisfied with it.
    I would like to use not only 40 pin PIC but also other versions like 28 dip or 18 dip.
    I was wondering if somebody had already prepared a small expansion board that fit on the DIP 40 of the board and that can permit the programming and connection of I/O pins of smaller PIC . It's a simple idea and maybe somebody has already a pcb that want to share or sell.

    Thanks

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    Hi;

    I got mine here: http://www.microbyte.com.au/pic01a.htm

    Cheers

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    That is incredible value !! all with ZIF sockets on 1 board - neat !!

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    He has a lot of stuff worth a look in his store.I have one of those boards and it is handy as hell if you use a Pickit or other ICSP programmer

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    Both the suggestions are good.
    The one from Cranckshaft was quite I was looking for. I find also very useful the universal programmer with the ziff at so low price (including shipping expense). I think I'll buy both

    Thank you for the hints

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