mplab and eeprom data area

Started by el_gringo69uk in Piclist15 years ago 2 replies

I,m having a lot of fun on a 16F84 project of mine which relies on data stored in the eeprom memory. Question : how do I predefine...

I,m having a lot of fun on a 16F84 project of mine which relies on data stored in the eeprom memory. Question : how do I predefine whats stored in the eeprom area? That is, as part of the .asm file. Or does it need to be saved in a seperate file. I am using ICPROG to program my PIC,


I don't programming that 18F458 and 12F675

Started by cnt in Piclist15 years ago 7 replies

Hello, I've a problem with my programmer! I'm using a jdm programmer and ic-prog v1.05A. I can programming 16F84 and 16F877 without any...

Hello, I've a problem with my programmer! I'm using a jdm programmer and ic-prog v1.05A. I can programming 16F84 and 16F877 without any problem. I try to programming 18F458 and 12F675 but I don't programming them :( could you tell me what I am doing now? thanks for your advices sory for my english CNT TEK.


Diff b/w PIC to PIC

Started by sandeep c p in Piclist13 years ago

hi group I have to make a programmer.So i have to know what the diffrence commes up with PIC to PIC(16f84  to 16f72 ).All...

hi group I have to make a programmer.So i have to know what the diffrence commes up with PIC to PIC(16f84  to 16f72 ).All have the same data pin and clock pin (RB6,RB7).My main target chip is 16f72          


Is PIC timing ultra accurate?

Started by Nigel Symes in Piclist13 years ago 6 replies

I need to supply a DAC with a clock of 11.2896 MHz.   Would a PIC (such as a 16F84-20 running a 20MHz crystal)...

I need to supply a DAC with a clock of 11.2896 MHz.   Would a PIC (such as a 16F84-20 running a 20MHz crystal) be able