- Joined Apr 2, 2009
A production programmer should test the chip across the full range of voltages for Vcc. The picckit 3 just programs and tests at the normal 'typical' voltage
eg for 12f683 2.0v to 5.5v - i.e. whatever the data sheet says the range op operating voltages are
Yes, "real" programmers program the part and then verify that the programming was successful at the limits of the parts spec -- or even a little bit beyond the data sheet spec. This helps to ensure that the part will work under all conditions of usage over time and temperature.I dunno whether that is correct or not.
But it does not make sense to me.
That's exactly what I thought! lol I was like does he have anything against tall programmers Are shorter ones more smarter since they absorb more Math or algebra 2? Funny stuff"Looking for a Small Programmer." -- I know a programmer that is about 5' 2" -- is that small enough?
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