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programming flatpack/surface mount parts (?)

What tool or process do engineers use to get their TQFP parts programmed?
I'm using the Microstick II for a PIC24HJ DIP, but I'd like the surface mount part and based on other threads I can't upload the code I wrote for a DIP to order a TQFP.
How do I get there from here?
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    MBedder
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    Re: programming flatpack/surface mount parts (?) 2018/07/12 12:50:01 (permalink)
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    gwa_SanDiegoWhat tool or process do engineers use to get their TQFP parts programmed?
    ICSP.
     
    I can't upload the code I wrote for a DIP to order a TQFP.
    Bullsh¡t.
     
    How do I get there from here?
    RTFM.
     
     
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    Re: programming flatpack/surface mount parts (?) 2018/07/12 13:16:22 (permalink)
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    Hi
     
    It's not exactly your current question but.
    When I need  to use the an SMD package for development, soem devices don't exist in DIP form, I use DIP adapters generally sold as "programming adapters". Its simply a socket mounted on a small board with pins that I can use to place them in a bredboard.
     
    For example http://www.logicalsys.com/prodpics/qfp-programming-adapter-3.jpg
     
     

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    I'm here http://picforum.ric323.com too!
    And it works better....
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    Re: programming flatpack/surface mount parts (?) 2018/07/12 14:12:52 (permalink)
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    You can either Buy adapters. SMD to DIP , DIP to SMD, ect.
    Get a Programmer like the PM3, or a third party equivalent.
    Order the Chips pre programed form Microchip.
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    Re: programming flatpack/surface mount parts (?) 2018/07/12 14:17:46 (permalink)
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    Very helpful, thanks, guys
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    Re: programming flatpack/surface mount parts (?) 2018/07/12 15:32:43 (permalink)
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    Hi,
     
    The normal practice is to put an ICSP connector on any board that you design.
    Then, you do not need to care about the package ;=)
    Recommended ICSP connections are visible in the Pickit3 and ICD3 posters :
    http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/50002010B.pdf
    http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/50002011B.pdf
     
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    Re: programming flatpack/surface mount parts (?) 2018/07/13 08:31:18 (permalink)
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    I like/use tag-connect for ICSP http://www.microchip.com/...tDetails/TC2030-MCP-NL
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