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2017/12/07 15:58:18 (permalink)
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Missing 5V tolerant pins

This my first PIC32 project and I am using PIC32MZ2064DAB176, data sheet here:
 
ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/60001361E.pdf
 
In this data sheet table 6 has a note 3 "Shaded pins are 5V tolerant".  Trouble is that I do not see any shaded anything.  Not on this part or any other PIC32 part's data sheet.  I attach a screen shot of what I see in the data sheet.
 
What gives?  The overview says that 5V tolerance is a feature of the part but the table does not show any such pins.  Just this teaser note that indicates that it would be a feature if they where there.
 
 
 

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    RISC
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    Re: Missing 5V tolerant pins 2017/12/07 17:20:07 (permalink)
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    Hi,
    It just means that you should only look at the table rows which are shaded.
    PIC32 datasheets are not necessarily similar to 16bits datasheets where the shade can be also seen on the package 
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    bixelps
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    Re: Missing 5V tolerant pins 2017/12/08 09:40:14 (permalink)
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    Thanks for the response.  I was already looking for the "shading" both on the pins or in the table.  The problem here turns out to be my monitor.  For reasons unknown to me this particular shading selected by MicroChip does not look any different that the non-shaded color on my monitor.  So there is nothing to see.  When I change to viewing the PDF on a different monitor the shading is viewable. 
     
    Note to MicroChip.  Another "Shading" color or a cross-hatch of these table fields might avoid such problems for others.  
     
    So if you cannot see the shading, switch monitors or print the pages and see if you can see them there.
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    Re: Missing 5V tolerant pins 2017/12/08 10:17:07 (permalink)
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    Old People used a Method called "Printing out on paper". It is old school, but that may help in these situations.
     
    Funny, You are complaining about a problem the the PDF was designed to solve.
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    Jim Nickerson
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    Re: Missing 5V tolerant pins 2017/12/08 10:34:02 (permalink)
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    Maybe it is a feature of "PDF-XChange Editor" ?
    Have you tried Adobe ?
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    Re: Missing 5V tolerant pins 2017/12/08 11:03:31 (permalink)
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    I prefer Foxit Reader - less hassle than Adobe reader, at least it used to be. I haven't used Adobe in years so maybe it's improved.

    Can't remember. I've slept since then - Mark
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    Re: Missing 5V tolerant pins 2017/12/08 13:28:32 (permalink)
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    I used to be a Foxit Reader guy but I'm all about SumatraPDF now. 
     
    Super lightweight, although maybe not for everyone as it's also very light on actual features.  Fantastic for reading datasheets though.
     
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