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2019/11/08 11:48:59 (permalink)
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ICD4: RJ45 to connector

Hi,
In ICD4, the connector change from RJ11 to RJ45. But the cable is always an RJ11 socket.
 
Is there any RJ45 to another connector available?
 
Thanks.
 
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    Larry.Standage
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    Re: ICD4: RJ45 to connector 2019/11/08 11:59:24 (permalink)
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    There is an adapter board that turns the 8-pin interface (for both RJ-45 and the 8-pin on PICkit 4 and Snap) to Arm 20-pin, MIPS eJTAG, SWD, AVR, etc.
    https://www.microchip.com/Developmenttools/ProductDetails/AC102015
     
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    Re: ICD4: RJ45 to connector 2019/11/08 13:47:35 (permalink)
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    goupil35000
    Hi,
    In ICD4, the connector change from RJ11 to RJ45. But the cable is always an RJ11 socket.
     

    RJ11 is 6 pin, RJ45 is 8 pin.
    The ICD4 puts the same 6 signals on the centre 6 pins, and adds two more signals on the outer two pins.
    Does the RJ11 cable fit into the centre of the RJ45 socket?
     

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    Re: ICD4: RJ45 to connector 2019/11/08 23:55:23 (permalink)
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    Thanks Ric and Standage. You confirm that there is no cable with one part in RJ45 (or RJ11) and another small connector in the other side. The only one Microchip sells is RJ11-RJ11.
    Ric, yes RJ11 fits in the centre of the RJ45 socket. But it can move a little on right and left and I'm not sure it will always work.
     
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    Re: ICD4: RJ45 to connector 2019/11/09 00:49:06 (permalink)
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    Beg, buy or borrow a modular connector crimper and assemble one yourself.   If you also need an adapter cable to PICkit 3 style  0.1" pitch SIL ICSP headers, you'll need to be able to crimp female Dupont pins as well.  
     
    Getting rid of adapter PCBs and making the ICSP/ICD cable as short as reasonably practical can significantly improve programming and debugging reliability . . . 
     

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