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Microchip 16F 8-bit Microcontrollers – MCU are available at Mouser Electronics. Mouser offers inventory, pricing, & datasheets for Microchip 16F 8-bit. 4 Apr The pin layout is the same but the 16F also has extra features on some ports, for example pin 37 on A is just RB4, on it is also an. 9 Aug For those who are new to the 16F, this is an example ASM code template complete with initialization routine, interrupt handler placement.

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Jon Wilder Active Member Aug 13, Actually we are both incorrect.

Made some corrections and improvements to the template. Playstation 1 motherboard housing fell off, help! This particular code as shown, while non-functional until you add in your code, has also been test assembled and it assembled with no errors, messages or warnings.

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As shown the config bits are set up for an 8MHz internal oscillator. Forums 1f887 posts Search forums. For those who are new to the 16F, this is an example ASM code template complete with initialization routine, interrupt handler placement, as well as a fixed mS and a variable delay routine.

Perhaps I should put the redundant line back in my code, it would probably explain some of the odd glitches I have been having!! In your code segment, W only gets swapped once whereas in mine it gets swapped twice so that by the time it ends up in W it’s back to the original value.


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For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Started by chemelec Today at 4: 16ff887 init code has been fully tested and debugged. I then deleted the “redundant” line and posted the fragment here as a possible improvement. Media New media New comments Search media. I’m on my way out the door so perhaps someone else will jump in and explain why the Microchip template uses the shared memory region at 0x To participate you need to register.

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Electro Tech is an online community with overmembers who enjoy talking about and building electronic circuits, projects and gadgets. Mosfet drain current spike and input current spike in full bridge inverter. Jon Wilder Active Member Aug 11, Nice template, but I think that there is a bit of problem here: Then again vectored interrupts would also be nice yes yes I know That’s good enough for Nigels page Use it and make changes as you see fit. I was comparing your code fragment with mine and saw your faux pas and then looked at mine and thought “there is a redundant line in there”, forgetting that the SWAPF instruction swaps nibbles and assuming that it swaps bytes.


Without the second swapf instruction, the nibbles would stay flipped and W would contain 16f87 flipped value of 0xAC instead of its original value of 0xCA. Jon Yes I agree with your new version from MicrochipI have actually been using that in some code which I have been playing with this afternoon. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.

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Thread starter Jon Wilder Start date Aug 9, For 16f878 sake of the example, I’ve placed the minimum needed instructions to set up ports A, B and E as digital output with ports C and D as digital input. As per Microchip, it should go like this 16g887 Code:.

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