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    Hi,
    I was just wondering if its accident or design that no 5V parts are available for the Proton24. There are lots of them available
    dsPIC30Fxxxxxx
    dsPIC33EVxxxx
    PIC24FxxKxxxx

    I know the modern way is 3v3 (or less), but I do have my reasons.

    Steve

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    Lower voltage devices are getting more popular, even 3.3V is high these days! But I'm afraid I don't know why Proton24 doesn't cover any 5V device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevewidg View Post
    Hi,
    I was just wondering if its accident or design that no 5V parts are available for the Proton24. There are lots of them available
    dsPIC30Fxxxxxx
    dsPIC33EVxxxx
    PIC24FxxKxxxx

    I know the modern way is 3v3 (or less), but I do have my reasons.

    Steve
    If I understand the question you are looking for a 5v PIC which runs in Proton24?
    A quick check finds the only 5v 16 bit Microchips are the dsPIC33EV series.
    I don't see these in the supported list so far.


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    Check out the 24FV32KA series of PIcs. They are 5Volt devices. The V in the part number identifies a 5V device.

    I use the 24FV32KA302 very successfully with my inventory of 5 volt sensors, etc.

    The following is from the Proton device lists:

    PIC24FV16KA301, PIC24FV16KA302,
    PIC24FV16KA304, PIC24FV32KA301, PIC24FV32KA302, PIC24FV32KA304

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    As soon as time permits, other PIC24 and dsPIC33 devices will be added to the compiler, including the dsPIC33EV types.

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    Hi Guys,
    thanks for all your replies. Sorry I seemed to have missed the 24 family pointed out by Dennis. Will check on these to see if suitable.

    Carry on the good work Les, I've not been 'Pic-ing' much lately but looking at a new project.

    Regards

    Steve

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    Any idea when the dsPIC33EVxxxx 5V devices will be added to Proton24?
    Not pushing but would like to know if its worth to wait a month or to go with a PIC18Fxxxx device instead. (only 18Fxxxxx had appr. same spec I am looking for)
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    For those holding out on 5V devices, I believe the dsPIC30 series are 5V as they are supported by this dev board: https://shop.mikroe.com/development-...asypic-dspic30 but it doesn't support the 3.3V dsPIC33 series.
    The two series are apparently similar but not identical.

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    I'm working on the 5 Volt devices, but having issues with some of them and the linker.

    I'll get back to you when I've worked out what has been done to the open source assembler/linker to make it not work as expected. Typical Microchip!!!! Changes for the sake of changes, and no other reason! I've come across developers that have the attitude of change for the sake of change all my professional life, and I have been at logger heads with most of them!!!!!!!
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    OK.... I've got the dsPIC33EV devices to assemble and link now, but I don't have any actual devices, so they will need testing until my samples arrive.

    I'll post the PPI, Def and Gld files ASAP.

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