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melabs Serial PIC Programmer on MacBook Pro

I'm going to be travelling for the next few days to present GSPS at Nordic Exceptional Trendshop in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The orb waits for no one however, and so I borrowed a melabs Serial PIC Programmer for the trip (thanks Christian).

I'm pleased to say that the programmer setup was effortless and problem-free, paired with an Iogear GUC232A USB-Serial converter. Along with the student (free) version of the Microchip C18 compiler, I'm fully set up for hotel room PIC development on the MacBook Pro.

Now it's time to go stuff my soldering iron into my suitcase. See you all again from across the pond.


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