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  • 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.

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  • Recent Activity

    xldaedalus-432

    Mysterious PORTB problem

    Thread Starter: xldaedalus

    I'm using Proton+ to develop firmware for a product with switches. The MCU is an 18F26K22. Most of the switches reside on PORTB. I am NOT using a...

    xldaedalus Yesterday, 18:21 Go to last post
    Les-15

    Pic16f18877 oread

    Thread Starter: evoortman

    Hi, On a PIC16F18877 the OREAD command doesn't seem to work. The code is working on a PIC16F1939. Both controllers use 32MHz int osc. If i...

    Les Yesterday, 13:05 Go to last post
    amod-29593

    Multiple functions by a single switch

    Thread Starter: amod

    Hi, How can I use multiple function by a single switch.I want to use 4 functions by a single switch.

    amod Yesterday, 15:31 Go to last post
    Oldhack-15978

    FUSES for PIC18F47K20

    Thread Starter: gtv_pic

    000 Good morning I am using the PIC18F47K20 and in the help of the proton I did not locate the FUSES for said micro. Where can I locate...

    Oldhack Yesterday, 16:34 Go to last post
    Les-15

    SHIN generates ASM ERROR with the 16F18877

    Thread Starter: evoortman

    Hi, On a PIC16F18877 the SHIN command generates an ASM ERROR: Could this also be related to renamed or moved SFRs in the newer controllers? ...

    Les Yesterday, 19:18 Go to last post