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by hackinblack
Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:56 am
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Re: PICKIT2 in flowcode

well,after gettting no response;i tried yet again...and got it to work,sort of... i added an entry for PICkit2 with the parameters from the webpage; no joy. then i ticked the ' default compiler for the platform C ' box then clicked on SAVE; THEN named the new the new setting name ' PICkit2 programme...
by hackinblack
Fri Apr 21, 2017 9:57 am
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Re: PICKIT2 in flowcode

perfect! the -T switch worked..now i am able to 'compile to chip' and it powers the demo board after the program/verify cycle for anyone else who hits this snag, the configs; in the 'programmer' > 'paramenters' option that work are:- Location:- $(appdir)tools\PICkit2\pk2cmd.exe Parameters:- -B$(appd...
by hackinblack
Thu May 18, 2017 9:30 am
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FlowCode with MikroE EasyPIC v7 board

after replicating some older instructions on this forum, i added the MikroElektronika EasyPICv7 board and its supporting programmer application to the options in Flowcode7. simply by selecting the file location of the programming software and adding it to the path box in 'programmer-options'. mikroP...
by hackinblack
Tue Nov 28, 2017 3:40 pm
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trial and (lots of) error

going back to the first principles,trying to follow the examples in the Elektor Flowcode book (based on version 6) SOOO much has changed, i may as well be reading a cookery book! clear as mud...:x i made a daft mistake and selected a switch icon instead of a decision icon; not remembering i had done...
by hackinblack
Wed Jun 06, 2018 7:29 pm
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The return Of PICKit2 ...again

Playing about with a tube of 12F1572 PIC's chosen as a more modern replacement for the 12F675 (and finding PICKit 4 wont work...) i had to juggle from MPLAB IPE to PICKit apps 2 and 3,only to find neither cover these chips. I remembered an updated device file i had...so,as the PICKit3 uses the SAME ...
by hackinblack
Thu Jun 07, 2018 4:34 pm
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Re: The return Of PICKit2 ...again

In answer to the question 'does this work with an OEM PICKit2 ?' the answer is most definately YES! i have two,an ancient black-button one and a newer red button version,as well as and a crappy 'sure' clone that won't operate unless you set the VDD voltage to <4.7Volts; all of these and three differ...
by hackinblack
Wed Jun 06, 2018 6:31 pm
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Re: Timing problems pic16f887

the 32,768xxx is a standard 'wrist-watch' timing xtal; maybe the drop down just replaces the least significant digits with zeros (to make it easier to read?) The reason for using these xtals is they can be divided down to achieve exactly 1hz ticks (hence the 'watch' tag..) with the PIC family 32,768...
by hackinblack
Fri Jun 08, 2018 4:30 pm
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Re: osc setting not working

strange; i still don't know if the C block is even required..the information available isn't clear on this point. i also spelt 'OSCCON' as 'OSCON'...XC-8 picked that one up :oops: i added the closing delay i missed out and it works! So exactly when IS a C-block setup required? i realise these newer ...
by hackinblack
Sat Jun 09, 2018 12:29 am
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PIC Clocks in Flowcode

PIC Clocks In FlowCode In The PIC By default PICs come with their internal oscillator enabled at a default value so they can be programmed reliably,without connecting an external crystal. The OSCCON register (responsible for configuring the PIC's operating speed) has 8-bits, Each bit has a value whi...
by hackinblack
Mon Jun 11, 2018 1:17 pm
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Re: FC7 PIC10F322 – Oscillator Error

The Osc speed selection dropdown does stop at a maximum of 8Mhz,which is wrong for this chip. it's capable of 20Mhz clocked PWM. But your settings for the osc type are wrong.. you have ' EC on CLKIN pin ' selected...not the internal HS osc. I changed some of the settings and added a C-block for the ...