EB006 - 

MULTI Programmer Board, E-BLOCKS, PIC, E-Blocks Compatible, Interchangeable Crystal


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Product Information

PPP Programming Utility, CD ROM
E-Blocks Compatible, Programs a Wide Range of PICmicro MCU Devices, Interchangeable Crystal
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Product Overview

The EB006 is a E-blocks PIC microcontroller multiprogrammer. This new PICmicro microcontroller multiprogrammer V7 connects to your PC via USB to provide you with a low cost, flexible PICmicro microcontroller programmer for development and programming use. This board can be used with Assembly, C or Flow code and most third party compilers. The board will program a wide range of 8pin, 14pin, 18pin, 20pin, 28pin and 40pin PICmicro microcontroller devices from the 12, 16 and 18 series PICmicro range, using the programming software provided, and presents all 5 ports on D-type sockets for E-blocks connection. The board takes power from an external power supply or from the USB port. microchip ICD2 and PICkit2 sockets are provide an alternative reprogramming and debugging techniques. A PIC16F88 device is included. This new version of the multiprogrammer is compatible with the in circuit debug features of flow code 4 and later. A clear protective acrylic cover for this E-block is available.
  • Ultra low cost and E-blocks compatible
  • ICD functionality when used with flow code V4+
  • Used as a programmer and as a development board for a wide range of PICS
  • Crystal, RC and internal multiple oscillator modes
  • Support for PICkit2 and ICD2
  • 20pin target PICmicro support
  • Signal injector facilities added
  • Target pin digital and analog scope (not implemented in software)
  • Charge pump capability to allow high voltage programming from USB supply


Embedded Design & Development


Only fit one PICmicro device at a time. Inserting more than one PICmicro device will cause programming to fail and may even cause damage to the board or the PICmicros.


Take extra care when wiring out the 14V and 5V as if the wrong voltage is sent to a downstream board it can permanently damage the E-block.

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