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I powered it from 1st MCLR pin, put 8mhz oscillator with capacitors into 13th and 14th pin, connected led to 19th pin and led is not blinking. ??? MCLR/vpp is not the power pin. Must supply VDD pins 11 and 32. Please show your complete circuit. To simplify the test setup, you can run the pic from internal oscillator. One
Easyrider83 is correct, even if the answer isn't what you wanted to hear :smile: That pin is an input only, you can't use it to control anything outside the pic. Brian.
The document DS31028A page28-4 Figure 28-1 contains a diagram for connections of a "typical ICSP application circuit". It shows how ICSP is to be connected to a pic. It shows connections for MCLRn/vpp, VDD, VSS, RB6 and RB7. I have the following questions: (1) How are
Most pic smaller can be programmed using LVP at 5V and 3.3V but you lose the use of the PGM pin for other purposes. The pic24+ series do not lose the the pin but regardless of that, the Brenner9L design is borderline on being able to provide enough drive current for ICSP. Also note that if you fit the 3.3V regulator, you may not be able to progra
I recently discovered - by looking at some of the files in the MPLAB IDE Device folder (see Program Files (x86)\Microchip\MPLAB IDE\Device) - that the nominal programming voltage (vpp) is not always 13 Volt. Some examples (taken from the respective .dev files) are shown below - note that the pics 16F684 & 16F917 are 11 Volt nominal with a maximum
The second schematic is wrong sequence for use in original pickit: 1 - vpp (Mclr) 2 - VDD (+5V) 3 - VSS (GND) 4 - DATA (PGD) 5 - CLOCK (PGC) 6 - AUX (LVP)
Hi, Assume you do not have it connected to an actual pic chip and using the Trouble Shooting part of the Pk2 program V2.61 ? Then I would think you have a pcb track short /error of a faulty transistor, so easy to get the pinout the wrong way round; ensure your pinout diagram if for the manuafacturer of the transistor you have, they can vary
Can you post a schematic of the circuit you are utilizing to program the pic? Or is this a commercial development board? Is this the first time programming the device? Or have you successfully programmed it in a different circuit? BigDog
Hi all, I know ICD2 is obsolete and we can buy ICD3 at less than $200 now. BTW, I needed to debug my code on 16F1827 and most of parts were on hand, I had decided to build a ICD2 clone and a 8.5V vpp limitter. (poyoto rev.B?, using transistors) It took a few days from etching PCB to soldering, now it works fine with old pics like 16F877A. (erase
Check your voltages. Does the pickit need to be powered from your board? Do you have an excessively long cable?
Is it a true pickit2 or a clone? Either way, try setting the 'Use vpp first program entry' under 'Tools' in the pickit software. Regards, Anand
I dont know if the pickit3 has it, but pickit2 has an option for 'Use vpp First Program Entry' under 'Tools'; I'd check that and see if that helps. Regards, Anand
You'll want to review the dedicated Flash Microcontroller Programming Specification at microchip.com. A typical vpp specifcation is VDD+4.0...12.5 V.
can i use MCLR/vpp/RE3 pin of pic18f4550 pic microcontroller for multifunction..can i use this pin as I/O though i have used this pin for icsp connector at same time????
Hi Guys, I have generated some PWM from pic microcontroller using my input data. Now i want to know how to reduce the peak to peak output voltage of the PWM, presently it is coming very high around 600mv but i want this value around some 100mv. so can anybody help me in this regard. hridz
Familiarly, when I now push power onto (2!) pics, they automatically run, no matter what I do with vpp!! I recognise this from JDM programming pic16's, where the chip uses intOSC, and is set to use vpp as a digital input... Basically now I can't reprogram the thing because it is busy running the last PWM routine and won't (...)
Dear Prasad, Let me clear why is all this happening...first of all keep in mind that MCLR pin is also vpp/programming voltage/high voltage program entry pin for majority of Mid range pic MCUs...though you disabled external reset control by disabling MCLR option in Configuration word and are using this pin as general input pin but still as per data
hello, This circuit is from a pic programmer. The vppON and vpp1ON are connected to the LPT port. I think the transistors operate as switches here, without being very sure. Could I replace the transistors with 2N2907 and 2N2222 without any other changes to the circuit? I am worrying a bit about the resulting vpp and (...)
i am using an ICD2 clone. it has 5 pins for programming PGC, PGD, GND, +5v, and vpp. i don't know what specific pins to connect to the pic that i am using, (pic10f200t). also, what does PGC and PGD stand for? these are the two pins i am confused of. regards, drew.
you can use pickit2 for programming most flash pic processors , just connect pins DATA,CLOCK, VDD, GND,vpp from Microcontroller to pickit2