[Ovmsdev] OVMS Leaf Support
s2000 at sounds.wa.com
Wed Oct 23 10:47:04 HKT 2013
Hmm, I've not tried the OVMS lately, but I recently used the PICkit 2
to program a 5 V PIC board that was 4 times as big. When you use the
official Microchip PICkit software on Windows, it detects the PIC
model number and automatically selects the voltage, then powers the
board while programming. It's not production quality power for
reliable programming, but it should work.
Is there some special reason why the PICkit 2 cannot power the OVMS
V2 board? I recommend checking all of the settings on your PICkit
On Oct 22, 2013, at 14:29, Tom Saxton wrote:
> I'm not able to program the V2 board with the PICkit2 unless the
> board plugged into the car to get 12V power, so I'd recommend the
> PICKit3, which I'm assuming doesn't have this issue.
> I need to either build a cable to power the OVMS from a power
> supply or order the PICKit3 from Fasttech. For now, my laptop is
> living in the Roadster's passenger seat while I've been doing some
> work on the charge time predictor.
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