Hi all, hope you're doing well! I've recently got introduced to the magic world of PIC programming and started working on a project. For this project i would like to (amongst other things) control a DFPlayer through a PIC. For some reason i cannot get eusart to work and need some advice.I'm using a ..
Hello,I want to convert DC in to AC. The AC output should beVoltage :100V~130V or 220V~240V AC.Frequency: 25Khz.Watt: 60W. Warm Regards,Manoj Hiwarkar..
Hi, Iam generating a CAN demo code for dsPIC33EV32GM104 using MCC code generator and in the main.c file i try to check the value of received CAN message id. while copiling the code iam getting the following errormain.c: In function 'main':
main.c:62:12: error: 'rxCanMsg' undeclared (first use in th..
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I realized today that there is a fairly long latency between when you disable an interrupt using the IEC*CLR registers, and when the interrupt actually becomes disabled. It required 6 Nop() calls (which is 6 SSNOP instructions) in order to make sure that the interrupt was truly disabled before proce..
I'm trying to program BM83 modules with DFU mode. Bricked the first one soldered to prototype so now just soldering to USB cable. Pic attached. I noticed that it wouldn't show up unless DM and DP were reversed - normal direction (DP to USB DATA+, DM to USB DATA-) the hub would not connect the device..
The last time I tried to move to MPLAB X it was a total disaster. Nothing worked. It took WEEKS to get back to work with MPLAB V8. But now I am bring forced to make the change and it is terrifying. Does MPLAB X support programming in assembler? Will everything that compiled in MPLAB V8 be broken? I ..
Hi Everyone, Does anyone have any example code for the RA8835 Graphics LCD. I'm running MPLAB X V5.30 with XC8 V2.31. I am using a PIC18f46K80. I have been experimenting with the above screen for several days now, but without success.The First problem was as follows. For some bizarre reason the pic ..
When I use type uint24_t in MPLAB X IDE it has a red underline, but builds anyway. At first I figured it was working and the red underline was just a bug. Now I'm realizing that it the uint24_t variables are just defaulting to 16 bit.What do I need to do to get 24 bit variables to actually work?..
Does anyone want to venture what I may be doing wrong here? (see attached)I set a "long double" in a subroutine and pass it up to the calling program.In the routine it prints fine but when passed up it appears as zero.ThanksFritz
Product Version: MPLAB X IDE v5.30System: Windows 10 version 10.0 run..