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support the PIC32MX120F032B (id 0x04 0xA0 0x60 0x53)
15-08-2015, 12:50 AM,
#11
RE: support the PIC32MX120F032B (id 0x04 0xA0 0x60 0x53)
You didn't say you also insist on USB. Note your chip in the subject of this entire thread does not have USB so now you're making no sense.

All PICkit2s I've met can do proper PIC32 programming.

You can buy a clone PICkit3 for next to nothing.

Or use such as USBASP, FT232, Arduino Nano or RaspPi. All very cheap.

Be constructive instead of awkward!

John
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15-08-2015, 01:28 AM, (This post was last modified: 15-08-2015, 10:24 AM by B4lfiz4r.)
#12
RE: support the PIC32MX120F032B (id 0x04 0xA0 0x60 0x53)
I tought that USB is the standard for PIC32, but now I know it's not the case, so now I don't see any PINGUINO use for this chip.

My mistake, but don't be such tense, that's the bad approach towards beginners and it's not community-helpfull.

so, to sum things up, simple question: is there a PIC32 with USB *and* 5V tolerant PGD/PGC pins?
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15-08-2015, 02:18 PM,
#13
RE: support the PIC32MX120F032B (id 0x04 0xA0 0x60 0x53)
I suggest you put the effort in to find out yourself or use a different tool.

John
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15-08-2015, 05:35 PM,
#14
RE: support the PIC32MX120F032B (id 0x04 0xA0 0x60 0x53)
@pingotg - I don't know if you're bored or what's wrong, but please do not reply to the threads if you haven't anything constructive to say.

This topic should be closed now.
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15-08-2015, 06:04 PM,
#15
RE: support the PIC32MX120F032B (id 0x04 0xA0 0x60 0x53)
You can see my constructive suggestions, all of which you find fault with manily because you appear fixated on your claim that a PICkit2 is 5V only and you won't use another tool.

Good luck.

John
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16-08-2015, 01:12 AM, (This post was last modified: 16-08-2015, 01:20 AM by B4lfiz4r.)
#16
RE: support the PIC32MX120F032B (id 0x04 0xA0 0x60 0x53)
I have checked with voltmeter with the "Troubleshoot" test of PICKIT2, that even with selected PIC24/PIC32 families (modified device file) it is still generating 5V~ levels on PGD/PGC. The VPP is OK (5V~ as well - but in case of PIC16 etc it's obviously 12V~) and VDD (3.3V) is also good.
My toughts are also based on that: http://www.elproducts.com/uploads/9/2/9/...9_orig.png there is no level-translation elements on the PGD/PGC lines, they are directly connected to the RA2/RA3.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
Anyway, I will try to get other chip or/and programmer soon, or at least do some simple signals translation.
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16-08-2015, 05:39 PM,
#17
RE: support the PIC32MX120F032B (id 0x04 0xA0 0x60 0x53)
E.g. see post #9 http://www.thebackshed.com/forum/forum_p...=7883&PN=1 "now i use pic32prog exclusively with either a pickit 2 or ..."

John
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