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    Default Need more pins! Support update / alternative for 16F18455?

    Hi,

    I need more pins than the 20 pin 16F18344 I usually use. One more pin would do it but next step 28?

    PIC16F18455 looks a good choice but it doesn't seem to be supported by the compiler

    OR: As long as I can find a supported 32 MHz int clk 28 pin SOIC alternative that's in current production that would be fine

    Anyone any suggestions please?
    Thanks
    Dave

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    Default Re: Need more pins! Support update / alternative for 16F18455?

    Have you tried MAPS (Microchip Advanced Parts Selector)?
    George.

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    Default Re: Need more pins! Support update / alternative for 16F18455?

    Hi,
    Thanks, yes, that's where I looked at the 8455.

    I'm not sure where to find a current definitive 'supported PICs' list - the Proton manual seems a little coy.

    "The compiler supports 99% of the PICmicro™ range of devices" begs the question "which 99%"?

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    Not sure how up to date this list is, but for what it's worth......

    http://www.protonbasic.co.uk/content...ted-Microchips

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    Default Re: Need more pins! Support update / alternative for 16F18455?

    Thanks Bob, that's where I'd seen that before - I was thinking it was in the user guide.

    I'll study the supported devices closely
    Thanks

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    Not sure how up to date this list is, but for what it's worth......

    http://www.protonbasic.co.uk/content...ted-Microchips

    Bob

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    Dave,
    The simplest way to check is to look in the list of .def files in sub folders of ProtonIde in Program files (x86).
    John
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    Hi
    After a protracted search for *.def files it appears the list is at:
    Program Files (x86).ProtonIDE/PDS/includes/PPI, and they are .PPI files

    I feel the manual should make this important information crystal clear, otherwise determining exactly which devices are supported is much harder than it need be. Page 16: "PICmicro™ Devices - The compiler supports 99% of the PICmicro™ range of devices" could easily be enhanced to include information on where to find the list.
    Not a criticism - just an enhancement suggestion.


    Thanks

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    Default Re: Need more pins! Support update / alternative for 16F18455?

    Oh well, I was close!
    Get yourself a copy of the program called "Everything". Google will find it.
    It's a tiny EXE that doesn't need installing. It's free and is absolutely the fastest file finder once it's indexed your drives.
    You'll never have trouble finding files again. It accepts wildcards so *.PPI finds all the PPI files etc.
    John

    Maybe I meant .dev, memory is shot...My phone can't spell either.
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    Thanks anyway John !
    I have now identified several choices of Proton supported 28 pin PICs

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    After a protracted search for ....
    Try a program called Everything. I would have found those files within a few seconds. It's an invaluable tool, once you put it on one PC you'll be lost without it. Oh and by the way, it's free.
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