PIC16F19197, High-Drive I/O Ports: How to turn off?
This about the PIC16F19197. I am driving a number of indicator LEDs directly from output pins and without current limiting resistors. I expected no more than 3.5 mA at 5 V (standard I/O port) from the outputs and have chosen low-power LEDs. But I measure 55 mA! This corresponds to a high-drive I/O port (see datasheet page 668 under Output High Voltage) with HIDCx=1. My problem could be easily solved by setting HIDCx=0 (for some pins in PORTD, PORTB, and PORTG in my case) but I cannot find such a register, not in the datasheet, nor in MPLAB X/MCC. I only find a HIDRVF register.