Flash Memory Program ming Specification. This document includes the programming specifications for the following devices:. The low-voltage ICSP method is slightly different than the high-voltage method and these differences are noted where applicable. Both supplies should have a minimum resolution of 0. Refer to Section 8.

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CCS does not monitor this forum on a regular basis. Please do not post bug Reports on this forum. Send them to support ccsinfo. View previous topic :: View next topic. Posted: Sun Nov 28, pm. The first issue is with Timer2 - I have the system set to use an internal oscillator of 8mhz which I have verified - both with my scope as well as looking at OSCCON bits which indicate it is set to internal 8mhz.

What I am seeing is a hz interrupt with the above settings which indicates it is using the 8mhz direct into the timer I have the ISR toggling a led and it is toggling every 5ms. The second issue I have is with the AD converter - I have supposedly set it to use the internal reference at 1x which would be 1.

Below is a relatively simple version of my code that gives the results I have indicated. Any ideas what I am missing?? The 18F14K22 is also supported by the PicKit2 programmer. With the 16F, the timing was correct. Ttelmah Joined: 11 Mar Posts: Posted: Mon Nov 29, am.

How do you verify 8MHz with your scope?. Everything you have said, implies a system clocking at 32MHz. Best Wishes. Ah, that appears to be it - I had configured the int. On the output from CLKOUT, I had missed the part pg19 that indicates "the frequency at the pin is the frequency of the internal oscillator divided by 4". I did find a misprint in the data sheet for any others using this processor - pg , register ADCON1, bit should read "Negative Voltage Full speed ahead - back to getting this working to keep the hummingbird feeders from freezing during our cold snaps here - yeah, a hand warmer and bubble wrap works, but this is MUCH more fun!

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PIC 18F14K22 Dil-20, 8-Bit, 16K flash

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