[sdiy] MPLAB PM3

Rick Jansen rick.jansen at xs4all.nl
Thu May 5 20:34:30 CEST 2016


There is a european customer (consumer!) protection scheme for internet purchases. 
Return it within two (or 4?) weeks, and get yr money back.

Even without that scheme I think you should get it back. 

r. 

> On 05 May 2016, at 20:08, Rob Spencer <rob at gmsn.co.uk> wrote:
> 
> <RANT>
> 
> So I’ve decided to use a PIC25FJ64GB002 chip for a project and decided to be a good citizen and buy into the MPLAB ecosystem by forking out £711.29 for a PM3. The one in the photo on the RS site has a universal adaptor, however it turns out the adaptor is an extra £152.75.
> 
> That adaptor has now arrived, but it turns out it’s the wrong one for this particular chip, the one I need is an extra £180!!!
> 
> So by choosing a cheaper PIC chip, it’s actually costing me near on £1k just for the programmer!!
> 
> I’m hoping someone can set me straight and point me in the right direction so I can return this junk!
> 
> </RANT>
> 
> 
> Rob Spencer
> gmsn.co.uk
> 07590 267835
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