• PicŪ Basic

  • Welcome to Proton BASIC Compiler

    BASIC for PICŪ microcontrollers

    The Proton Product range comprises of the Proton Development Suite and supporting Hardware development platforms. Proton Basic and the supporting hardware is for use with PICŪ microcontrollers.
    See the article WHAT IS PROTON, for a detailed description.
    PDS Lite is no longer supported. Because there are many code examples, books and training courses written around PDS Lite it is still available for download, but for new users we'd recommend Amicus18.
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    General Purpose Registers usage

    Thread Starter: Johanst

    Programming for an PIC16F877 Hi - Looking for information on how GPR's are used by the fRound math routine. My variables are being corrupted when...

    billyminor Yesterday, 19:36 Go to last post
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    USB key not found

    Thread Starter: daansteeman

    Hello everyone, I have a problem with my USB key. It has workd fine for about half a year. I just had to replug it every once a while but then it...

    Mark Harrington Today, 18:35 Go to last post

    Anybody used the ADS1115 16bit A/D?

    Thread Starter: Tim

    Hi All Has anyone used the ADS1115 16bit A/D converter? It looks pretty easy but if someone has the i2c code to share then its going to be a...

    Tim Yesterday, 22:59 Go to last post
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