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2020/10/27 11:03:15 (permalink)
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8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs?

I'm currently using a PIC16F1768 for a project. I'm mainly using this chip because it has 2 x 10 bit DACs.
Does anyone know of another PIC that has 2 x 10 bit DACs or better that might be a more readily available chip? 
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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/27 11:33:25 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby TomasParrado 2020/10/27 13:07:56
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Did you try the Microchip Advanced Part Selector?
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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/27 11:44:59 (permalink)
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https://www.microchip.com/maps/Microcontroller.aspx

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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/27 13:06:20 (permalink)
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What do you mean by "more readily available"? PIC16F1768 is available with decent inventory levels.
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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/27 13:39:46 (permalink)
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Probably means "in my country", which makes it awkward when you dont reveal what that is.

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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/27 17:20:46 (permalink)
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Well, actually I really meant, something that might be available as an smt part with JLCPCB:
https://jlcpcb.com/parts
 
I'm in the US if that makes any difference
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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/27 17:26:41 (permalink)
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The fact that it didn't show up here made me think it may have been out of production or something.
 
The advanced part selector is really useful, though. Thanks!
 
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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/27 17:36:25 (permalink)
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Well, actually I really meant, something that might be available as an smt part with JLCPCB:
https://jlcpcb.com/parts

Well that is getting very specific. You should have mentioned that requirement at the start.
That part is easily available from microchipdirect.com
 

I'm in the US if that makes any difference

It would be helpful to add that to your board profile.
 

The fact that it didn't show up here made me think it may have been out of production or something.

That page is set to only show PIC18F parts, so it's no surprise that the PIC16F1768 does not show up.
 

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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/27 18:33:59 (permalink)
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post edited by TomasParrado - 2020/10/27 18:38:54
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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/27 18:38:27 (permalink)
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That is a PIC16F1708, not PIC16F1768
The 1708 only has a single 8 bit DAC.
 

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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/27 18:41:20 (permalink)
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Yea, I read it as 2 10Bit ADCs (sorry)
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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/27 19:48:34 (permalink)
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didierleplae
Well, actually I really meant, something that might be available as an smt part with JLCPCB:
https://jlcpcb.com/parts
 
I'm in the US if that makes any difference



If you talk to JLCPCB they should be able to source it. It shows up on their LCSC site (with 0 in stock). You can also ship directly to them from DigiKey, Microchipdirect, or whatever.
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Re: 8-bit PIC with 10 bit DACs? 2020/10/28 11:40:06 (permalink)
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Huh, that’s very interesting to know. Thanks
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