PIC16F84/84A development board.
This was the PIC development board I used to use back in 1999. It was based on the David Tait, parallel port programmer, with a few adaptations for the Amiga computer. As modern computers do not have parallel/printer ports, this type of
programmer is now obsolete. The design is left here as reference information.
It has an LCD display that is detachable, PCB connectors to allow easy access to the PIC's I/O pins and a RESET switch.
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Updated 09 August 2018