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    Default Proton support for PIC16F1769 (10-bit DAC)

    I have to design an application where the PIC16LF1769 was selected as controller because of its unique 10-bit DAC.


    Apparently that PIC is still not supported by Proton (excuse me if I am wrong).


    Are there plans to support it in the near future?.


    Thank you very much for the answer.

    Lince

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    Default Proton Support for devices - 16F1764, 16LF1764, 16F1765, 16LF1765, 16F1768, 16LF1768,

    Here you go.

    Proton Support for devices - 16F1764, 16LF1764, 16F1765, 16LF1765, 16F1768, 16LF1768, 16F1769 and 16LF1769

    I never knew that they had 10-bit DACs on the newer 8-bit devices.

    Does anyone have one that they could send me please, so I can test them out, and get their eeprom mechanism working. Microchip have stopped their samples now, since buying Atmel, so I can't get the devices I require, and buying them all would be insanely expensive! Especially when the device upgrades are free to the compiler users.

    I think they've done that so AVR/Arduino users can't try and rip them off. LOL
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    Default Re: Proton Support for devices - 16F1764, 16LF1764, 16F1765, 16LF1765, 16F1768, 16LF1

    I've got a 16F1827 and a 16F1829
    Both have
    Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) Module:
    - 10-bit resolution, up to 12 channels
    - Auto acquisition capability
    - Conversion available during Sleep
    Both 256 bytes EEProm

    I used them for tests with cap sensing, so they're both soldered onto a PCB, though desoldering should not cause any problem.
    One of the PCB's is round and has some other components which could be easily removed. It has an ICSP connector.

    Regards
    Harm

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    Thanks ever so much Harm much appreciated, but I have those devices already because they are not the new ones. It's the 10-bit DAC chips that I'm after for testing, as they also use a "new" form of flash programming, instead of eeprom. Microchip at it again. LOL

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    Default Re: Proton Support for devices - 16F1764, 16LF1764, 16F1765, 16LF1765, 16F1768, 16LF1

    Misread DAC to be ADC.
    We'll leave standardisation to MC, they really know how to take care of business...

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    Default Re: Proton support for PIC16F1769 (10-bit DAC)

    Thank you Les for your quick answer to the problem.


    I will get some samples of the PIC16LF1769 (20-pin DIP 1.8 to 3.6Vdd) in a few days.
    I can send you a couple of them from Madrid.


    Please let me know the exact address where to send the parcel.


    Lince

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    Thanks ever so much Lince. Much appreciated.

    I'll send a message with address etc...

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