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As mentioned earlier, it supports nearly all serial and parallel port programmers. This is possible because PICPgm offers a feature to configure the programmer pins via the graphical user interface directly by the user. This pin must always be tied to GND for proper operation! Pictures The Low-Voltage Programmer is very small. Unfortunately, due to the limitations of the USB bus, read operations from the PIC are very slow with this programmer.
So I would suggest to use this programmer only to program a bootloader into the PIC. Further programming can be done after that via the bootloader which might be much faster.
Due to the reason that the power supply is taken from the COM-port, for "weak" COM ports especially in Notebooks this could be a problem. So in this case the COM port could not provide a sufficent programming voltage and programming will fail. Please note that this programmer will not work with a USB-to-Serial adapter. It supports 8, 18, 28 and 40 pin PIC microcontrollers. Read more regarding this problem at the JDM Programmer.
A temperature display using PIC16F716 and LM35 with MikroC and Proteus 8