Common design environment, including MPLAB® X Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and MPLAB Code Configurator
When you are ready to migrate from a PIC18 MCU, how do you pick the most suitable PIC24F MCU for your project? You might first consider the overall functionality you are interested in implementing, like real-time control, USB or a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). You might also want to consider these key parameters: number of pins, memory size, important peripherals and core features. The following migration examples highlight the features across MCU families.
Helpful resources to ease your development process
This diagram illustrates the migration path from an 8-bit PIC18F45K42 MCU to a PIC24FJ256GA705 MCU.
This diagram illustrates the migration path from an 8-bit PIC18F45K50 MCU to a PIC24FJ128GB204 MCU.
This diagram illustrates the migration path from an 8-bit PIC18F87K90 MCU to a PIC24FJ128GA310 MCU.
This diagram illustrates the migration path from an 8-bit PIC18F66K80 MCU to a dsPIC33EV256GM106 Digital Signal Controller (DSC).
8-bit PIC® MCUs
16-bit PIC MCUs
Reliable, deterministic response in a wide range of environmental conditions
Wired or wireless connectivity
Microchip technology provides an extensive product portfolio of 8, 16 and 32-bit Microcontrollers and Digital Signal Controllers to help our customers select the device which best suits the needs of their application. Developers may be faced with the need to expand or even downsize their application to add, optimize or otherwise modify the design. In this video, some key considerations are discussed when migrating between Microchip’s 8-bit and 16-bit Microcontroller and Digital Signal Controller product portfolio.