PIC 18F1220 and Swordfish Free SE Edition

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PIC 18F1220 and Swordfish Free SE Edition

Post by swordfishuser » Tue May 02, 2017 6:13 pm

Here's the datasheet.

http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/D ... 39605F.pdf

This would be on this board.

http://www.piccircuit.com/shop/pic-dev- ... y-x20.html

There is no serial/USB circuit so it would be program and run only.

That would be program with Pickit 3 from script/macro in Swordfish or

reach into Swordfish source file directory with Microchip IPE and program PIC.

Look like a plan?

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Re: PIC 18F1220 and Swordfish Free SE Edition

Post by Jerry Messina » Wed May 03, 2017 10:01 am

Looking at the schematic it doesn't look like that would work... power and the ICSP signals are on the wrong pins.

The iCP22 would be a better match for 18-pin parts, but IMHO you'd be better off with the 28-pin iCP23. That way you'd have a lot more choice of what parts you could use.

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Re: PIC 18F1220 and Swordfish Free SE Edition

Post by swordfishuser » Wed May 03, 2017 10:22 pm

Jerry

I ran into that with Olimex serial port 'xx pins' protoboards too.

You have two 40 pin PIC's and one will work with the board and

one won't.

Have to match up 'Supported devices' between boards and Swordfish.

We ordered all three pin sizes from Pic Circuits.

http://www.piccircuit.com/shop/15-pic-d ... derway=asc

ICP07 ICP21 and ICP23.

Looking just now I seen we missed the ICP22 18 pin board.

Will get it on next order.

These boards are very interesting.

Something about these boards and the other products on website.

They make you think or are mentally stimulating.

Probably will just get 18F25K20 and 18F25K22 for Firewing compiler and Swordfish.

Works with PIC BASIC PRO free Experimenter's edition and porbably Proton.

So good choice.

Was just looking at most basic supported PIC with 18F1220.

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Re: PIC 18F1220 and Swordfish Free SE Edition

Post by Jerry Messina » Wed May 03, 2017 10:38 pm

The 25K22 is your best bet. Nice chip and supported for free in all the products.

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Re: PIC 18F1220 and Swordfish Free SE Edition

Post by swordfishuser » Wed May 03, 2017 10:54 pm

Yep.

It takes either entering all the supported devices in a database or

thrashing around a lot to figure that out.

Well. It's done now

Thank you..

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