The PICFlash Experimental Board makes the process of programming PIC microcontrollers easier. There are 8-, 14-, 18-, 20-, and 28-pin DIP sockets provided on the board, as well as a ZIF socket for easy handling of 40-pin PICs.
A 2×5-pin header on the board is used to connect an in-circuit programmer. The programming pins are on the left (inside) column. The mikroProg for PIC programmer has a compatible IDC10 connector.
This PICflash adapter board has two 8-pin sockets. One is specifically for PIC10F MCUs. There also is a jumper on board for supporting the different pinout of the 28-pin PIC18F2331/2431.