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Send to Recycle Bin Delete Permanently. The reading before the was about 8. Well you may have analog features set by default a common one in Microchip at your pins, I am not sure since i don’t know much that PIC of yours.

I charged the battery and added a capacitor tried with 0. My troubles start in the real world.

10F unexpected behaviour + looking for template code

When I programmed a 10F for testing, it didn’t work, so I decided to try a lm705acz “Blink a LED” program to exclude hardware problems. I searched the web for the template code for 10F, but I haven’t found anything yet. First post, so please be patient User Control Panel Log out. Thanks in advance, Lorenzo P.

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Although a real pain, I’m going to check that they don’t mess up configuration section. You would probably do better to use 3x 1. Is is possible your configuration words are being overwritten by the programmer? Essentials Only Full Version.

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What am I doing wrong? I have written a firmware for a twilight switch, no errors from compiler and linker.

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But please check it. Debug breakpoints automatically disabled Future of PIC32 16F88 cannot set internal oscillator frequency beyond You should still have decoupling at the PIC.

Haven’t received ,m7805acz validation E-mail? Since I have to write datasheeh thesis, any help would be greatly appreciated. Not so good from a rechargeable “9V” battery that typically has a nominal output voltage of 8. This might be a cut-and-paste error, or a HTML formatting error. Keep i the regulator – PIC connection as short as possible, and you could get away with 2x 0.

Still that should not affect the outputs, usually I’ve got some 10F made on week 40 of Not so good from a rechargeable “9V” battery that typically has a nominal output voltage of 8. I’ve always thought that a battery power source was clean enough for prototypes the real application will use a capacitor transformerless power supply, which scaries me a lot if the project isn’t working from a battery power source!

The reading before the was about 8. Forum Themes Elegant Mobile. I added a “clrf WPUA” instruction but, as expected, it does nothing.

Well you may have analog features set by default a common one in Microchip at your pins, I am not sure since i don’t know much that PIC of yours. I wonder if the PIC is running at all and, then, about your hardware: Thanks for the FF 5 hint. There are only 10 types of people in the world: OK, I’ll try to add a capacitor, but I still think there has to be something else Thanks for the FF 5 hint.

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The second program works, the first doesn’t. Some stand alone programming software will override the configuration words if the option is enabled. Anyway, I’ve just modified the code and that doesn’t work. After that it talks about the read-modify-write problem, which shouldn’t affect the test code above. M Super Member Total Posts: The voltage at the battery under load is 9. These are the results: After that it talks about the read-modify-write problem, which shouldn’t affect the test code above.

Is the 10F too young to be used for a non-hobbyist proect or can I consider it stable and somewhat tested? Another thing I’m going to try is to set a different oscillator speed.

When I programmed a 10F for testing, it didn’t work, so I decided to try a basical “Blink a LED” program to exclude hardware problems. I’ve tried 3 of them, but all have the same behaviour. OK, I’ll try to add a capacitor, but I still think there has to be something else Your symptoms act like the chip is not running What are good practices when using SPI?

Keep i the regulator – PIC connection as short as possible, and you could get away with 2x 0. This is wrong, and would lead to daft behaviour.