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I've got a cool idea assuming the IC on the EZ-B is a Pic18F97j60:
Could i design a EZ-Mini that uses the SMD version of the IC?
If you could provide me with the schematic (don't need the PIC code) i could design a example.
What do you think?
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i design a few microcontroller circuits,i think you need DJ bootloader to load the code
but like parallax and others they sell surface mount pre programmed and through hole 40 pin chips
so DJ how about selling them too,others can make customs boards with them
DJ right now can you sell the pre-programmed 40 pin chip
also NIEK you dont need a schematic ,circuit super simple or can draw you one
for surface mount full part # PIC18F4685 I/PT , for through hole PIC18F4685 I/P
I've also designed multiple schematics and boards i just need the firmware for the EZ-B..
you said in the first post you dont need the code and only need the schematic ,are you in to programming
mostly what i can do besides designing very high precision test equpment ,is whats called backwards engineering,
looking at a circuit and ,get data on chips and working out the design they use
know matter high tech the circuit is
just need the data sheet on PIC18F4685 and rest is very easy
getting the firmware is easy,EZ-ROBOT site has that,only problem is whats needed is the bootloader
bootloader is for to make it easy to update the firmware