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Choosing PIC24

Have a choice of these 11:
 
 
 
What do the 3 digits on the end mean please?
 
I see the differences between 4 8 16 32 and 64 k memory.
 
Also the number of pins difference.
 
Should I just use the most memory/most pins rule?
 
 
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    Bucky Amateur PIC Assembly Programmer
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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/04 11:40:17 (permalink)

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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/04 14:32:24 (permalink)
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    So, since you couldn't figure out how to ride a tricycle, you are going to try a Maserati? HaHaHa!

     
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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/04 14:37:11 (permalink)
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    Gave up on 8bit assembler or you've cracked that then?
    You are now going to try 16bit?
     
    Look on the Microchip site for detailed explanation.

    MPLab X playing up, bug in your code? Nevermind, Star Trek:Discovery will be with us soon.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iu1qa8N2ID0
    + ST:Continues, "What Ships are Made for", Q's back.
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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 02:48:06 (permalink)
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    Don't fiddle around with theoretical stuff again.  Drop your breadboard,- pin count and memory considerations and  get a cheap Curiosity Kit, e.g.
    https://www.microchip.com...cts/en/PIC24FJ256GA705
    The DM240016 (with GA705) will allow you to start and focus on programming.
     
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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 02:53:19 (permalink)
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    Bob is  "TYRE KICKER"
    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=tyre%20kicker
    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=tire%20kicker
     
    i.e. just likes to talk about possibilities, and pretend they know what they are talking about, without ever actually writing a line of code or soldering a wire...
     
     

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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 04:03:09 (permalink)
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    He's a well known troll - I wouldn't even like to list all his nicknames he's using to litter the forums.
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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 10:08:33 (permalink)
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    'Don't fiddle around with theoretical stuff again.  Drop your breadboard,- pin count and memory considerations and  get a cheap Curiosity Kit, e.g.'
     
    Own two of them.Might figure out what to do with them later.
     
    Using a breadboard with 16F54 and a book that we like.
     
    The trick is finding a tutorial that works for you and we have.
     
    Anyhow we have a breadboard extension on the way.
     
    Some people like the big breadboards with the posts.3220 points and what not.
     
    I like the 840 pin ones locked together better.

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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 10:18:39 (permalink)
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    'pretend they know what they are talking about'
     
    PIC54 has file registers.
     
    'The key to the PIC microcontroller are its file registers. If you understand these
    you’re half way there.'
     
    Anyhow the book covers all the SFR's as you go through it.

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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 10:21:54 (permalink)
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    Picking up an Enhanced Midrange, 18F, 24F and dsPIC is just a fun thing to do.
     
    Keep our book .PDF open all the time and work on when the spirit moves us.

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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 10:39:21 (permalink)
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    rodims'Don't fiddle around with theoretical stuff again.  Drop your breadboard,- pin count and memory considerations and  get a cheap Curiosity Kit, e.g.'

     
    Own two of them. Might figure out what to do with them later.

     
    +1 for qµb and mbedder
    Sorry for feeding.
     
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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 10:56:41 (permalink)
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    Cap'n Unconvincible must be lonely again.

     
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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 11:40:48 (permalink)
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    And/or drunk/drugged most likely. Let's ignore.
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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 11:57:18 (permalink)
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    I am not going to waste the person's time at Microchip sending him the link to this post.
     
    Telling him every time I post the same little bunch of users descend on the post and trash it.
     
    Give in to this kind of bullying?
     
    'That'll be the day!'
     
    Answers to what chip to buy? Zero.

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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 12:17:19 (permalink)
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    Lonely?  The Cap'n is talking to himself ... multiple personality disorder, as he keeps referring to himself as "we".
     
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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 12:21:14 (permalink)
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    I am not going to waste the person's time at Microchip sending him the link to this post.
     
    Telling him every time I post the same little bunch of users descend on the post and trash it.
     
    Give in to this kind of bullying?
     
    'That'll be the day!'
     
    Answers to what chip to buy? Zero.




    Helping customers decide what part is best for their application is *literally* the job of microchip sales people.
     
    Nobody can help you pick a part that suits your needs when you provide zero information on what you are using it for.
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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 12:22:52 (permalink)
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    picmicrocontrolleruser
    Have a choice of these 11:
     
     
     
    What do the 3 digits on the end mean please?
     
    I see the differences between 4 8 16 32 and 64 k memory.
     
    Also the number of pins difference.
     
    Should I just use the most memory/most pins rule?
     
     


    Hm. Something is broken. Can't see 11 choices.
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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 12:24:48 (permalink)
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    Thank you.I had forgotten about you.
     
    Here's the list:
    PSTechpaul
    Gort
    Mbedder
    1nad0
    They show up every time I post and trash it.
     
    I want something done about this.
     
    Is it A-OK to have a little roving gang hound people off of a forum?
     
    Using underhanded tactics like yelling Spam at the mention of any product?
     
    Tactics more suited for extremist protesters?
     
    There's the list. I don't think it helps to have this going on.

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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 12:26:28 (permalink)
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    'Hm. Something is broken. Can't see 11 choices.'
     
    It's in the next post.
     
    When I put link in it would not post. That's the best way I could do it.
     

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    Re: Choosing PIC24 2018/04/05 12:28:21 (permalink)

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