MPLAB Watch Window (missing ADD SYMBOL button)

Started by r p in Piclist10 years ago 2 replies

? I am trying to ADD SYMBOL in a watch window and the button is not active. It is only allowing SFR addition. Any clues. ? I know this is...

? I am trying to ADD SYMBOL in a watch window and the button is not active. It is only allowing SFR addition. Any clues. ? I know this is going to be simple but I can't remember how to get it to recognize symbols. ? Thanks in advance Richard ?


Graphics user interface for PICs

Started by stanstan127 in Piclist10 years ago 2 replies

I have recently completed a menu based user interface for PICs and I've made the code open source. It is based on a $20 color LCD display. ...

I have recently completed a menu based user interface for PICs and I've made the code open source. It is based on a $20 color LCD display. Documentation describing this project, along with the PIC code can be found at: www.reifel.org/PICUserInterface/ I've also posted a short movie on YouTube demonstrating how the user interface works. It is at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDNtWvRc...


help in a/d conversion pic18f458

Started by kaci25500 in Piclist10 years ago

hi all, in need some hope(oriontatin) in my application. my application consist in; i have 3 analog input (3 sinusoidal tensions),then i...

hi all, in need some hope(oriontatin) in my application. my application consist in; i have 3 analog input (3 sinusoidal tensions),then i neeed a/d converter an0,an1,an3 (10bit conversion) and the 3 result of conversion will be used in calcul(var =fonction(read(1),read(2),read(3...) fonction is(arctan..) ) i use the pic 18f458(with picc compiler) and i want to obtain a hightspeed i...


Programming a PIC16F72 microcontroller in C

Started by Jason Hsu in Piclist10 years ago 8 replies

I'm trying to program a PIC16F72 microcontroller in C. But I keep reaching dead-ends. The trouble with trying out different solutions is that it...

I'm trying to program a PIC16F72 microcontroller in C. But I keep reaching dead-ends. The trouble with trying out different solutions is that it takes time to keep up with all of them as well as to implement them properly. I'd like to hear from those of you who have successfully programmed PIC16F72 microcontrollers (or similar) in C with a computer setup similar to mine. I have three co...


help in a/d convert of pic 18f458(picc compiler)

Started by kaci...@yahoo.fr in Piclist10 years ago

hi all, in need some hope(oriontatin) in my application. my application consist in; i have 3 analog input (3 sinusoidal tensions),then i...

hi all, in need some hope(oriontatin) in my application. my application consist in; i have 3 analog input (3 sinusoidal tensions),then i neeed a/d converter an0,an1,an3 (10bit conversion) and the 3 result of conversion will be used in calcul(var =fonction(read(1),read(2),read(3...) fonction is(arctan..) ) i use the pic 18f458(with picc compiler) and i want to obtain a hightspeed intern (...


C18 ADC question

Started by Steve Nance in Piclist10 years ago 7 replies

I'm looking for some sample code that shows how to read an ADC over USB using a 18F4550. I've looked at the MC sample code for the PICDEM FS...

I'm looking for some sample code that shows how to read an ADC over USB using a 18F4550. I've looked at the MC sample code for the PICDEM FS USB board, but it's just too tough to make sense of with all the functions it has. I would like to find something simple if possible. Thanks, Steve ------------------------------------


Linux alternatives to MPLAB

Started by Jason Hsu in Piclist10 years ago 9 replies

I have a PICSTART Plus programmer with a serial port. So far, I have used MPLAB in Windows to program microcontrollers in Assembly...

I have a PICSTART Plus programmer with a serial port. So far, I have used MPLAB in Windows to program microcontrollers in Assembly language. What are my options for programming microcontrollers in Assembly language with Damn Small Linux as the OS? What are my options for programming microcontrollers in C with Damn Small Linux as the OS? ------------------------------------


Hot to install mplab in linux

Started by ricleite_pessoal in Piclist10 years ago

Hot to install mplab in linux whith wine First, install and configure wine. (apt-get,aptitude, compile, etc) if you wine is ok get this...

Hot to install mplab in linux whith wine First, install and configure wine. (apt-get,aptitude, compile, etc) if you wine is ok get this mplab 7.40 package: http://kof.asbyte.com.br/mplab-7.40_ie6-wine.tar.bz2 This file contains 60Mb. Copy in your home directory: cd ~ wget http://kof.asbyte.com.br/mplab-7.40_ie6-wine.tar.bz2 tar xjvf mplab-7.40_ie6-wine.tar.bz2 cd mplab ./m...


MPLAB C18 compiler student version

Started by Alan Marconett in Piclist10 years ago 3 replies

Anyone familiar with the MPLAB C18 compiler student version? I'm trying to compile the 696 example. I did get it to compile by simply executing...

Anyone familiar with the MPLAB C18 compiler student version? I'm trying to compile the 696 example. I did get it to compile by simply executing the .BAT file in the directory. MPLAB couldn't seem to do it. I think it has something to do with the command line -p option. The batch file doesn't use it. I also attempted to modify the C file and linker file to compile for a PIC18


interfacing a PS2 keyboard to a pic 628

Started by Don Pomplun in Piclist10 years ago 2 replies

The project is to make a maritime museum demo of the old "blinker light" morse code system that ships use at sea during "radio silence". The...

The project is to make a maritime museum demo of the old "blinker light" morse code system that ships use at sea during "radio silence". The plan is to provide a PS2 keyboard, display the characters typed on a serial 2-line LCD display and operate the shutter of a blinker light. All the "parts" work fine (though not necessarily together) until I got to interfacing the keyboard. If I scan t...


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