scalling down from a 16F877

Started by Dave Mucha June 14, 2005
Hi all,

I'm looking to scale down from a 16F877 to an 18 pin PIC.

hopefully, there is something that is easily that does not need much
tweeking in software.

Anyone have any suggestions ?

Dave


Hi david

You can try 16F627. it is also member of 16f, not too much code need to be re-write.

Best Regards
Mike

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>Hi all,
>
>I'm looking to scale down from a 16F877 to an 18 pin PIC.
>
>hopefully, there is something that is easily that does not need much
>tweeking in software.
>
>Anyone have any suggestions ?
>
>Dave >
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--- In piclist@picl..., "Dave Mucha" <dave_mucha@y...> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm looking to scale down from a 16F877 to an 18 pin PIC.
>
> hopefully, there is something that is easily that does not need
much
> tweeking in software.
>
> Anyone have any suggestions ?
>
> Dave

How about the 16F88 ?

From Microchip's website

Program Memory Type Enhanced Flash
Program Memory Size (bytes) 7168
RAM Size (bytes) 368
Data EEPROM Size (bytes) 256
I/O pins 16
Packages 18/PDIP,18/SOIC 300mil,18/SOIC300 Pb-Free,20/SSOP
208mil,28/QFN

The PIC16F88 features 8 MHz internal oscillator, 256 bytes of EEPROM
data memory, a capture/compare/PWM, an Addressable USART, a
synchronous serial port that can be configured as either 3-wire
Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) or the 2-wire Inter-Integrated
Circuit (IC) bus, 7 channels of 10-bit Analog-to-Digital (A/D)
converter and 2 Comparators that make it ideal for advantage
analog / integrated level applications in automotive, industrial,
appliances and consumer applications.

Mike