Tag: XC8

Digole 2.6 Serial DS320240CIPS-66T SPI LCD Display Library for the PIC18F2550 XC8

The Pros: It’s color and it looks good even at steep angles. Getting a simple Hello, World app running is trivial. It’s engine is a PIC18F26K20! Oh, the price is pretty darn good. Buy 500 units (~$1000) and they’ll tweak

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Pulse Width Modulation on a PIC18F2550 – PWM1 & PWM2, XC8

OK, this is for the PIC18F2550. It should work for most, if not all of the PIC18’s, with a few minor changes – Like the TRIS outputs. It will not work with the PIC16’s. It will not work with the

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PIC16F684 Flashing an LED with delay_ms, TMR0, Interrupt, & WDT

The LED flashes approximately 150ms every 5 seconds. RC1 (pin 9), triggers the LED. Interestingly, the PIC consumes 28uA at idle, no matter which method is used. Compiles with Microchip’s XC8 (v1.38) Delay function, 28 bytes Timer 0 delay, 31

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Using Vishay NTCASCWE3102J or NTCASWE3xx NTC Thermistors with the PIC18F2550

This isn’t a magical cut and paste example. YOU need to do some work.  Why? There are a number of Vishay thermistors, all with different properties and I don’t know which one you have. The values included here are for

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Microchip MPLAB X XC8: Enable the Peripheral Library

In order to use the peripheral libraries built into MPLAB X a switch must be set in the project properties. Right click project name from the Projects window and select Properties Second, navigate through the Categories [default] -> XC8 global

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High Priority Timer on a PIC18F2550, XC8

This example demonstrates a high priority interrupt on the PIC18F2550 and MPLABX 3.40 IDE with the XC 1.38 compiler. Make sure YOU remove the spaces WordPress throws in, if not your compiler will whine. Sorry, I can’t assist if you

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Microchip MPLABX XC8 PIC18F2550 Timer0 example

Below is a 16-bit Timer0 example for the PIC18F2550 using the XC8 1.38 compiler. I’ve included two examples: INITCONbits and straight up INTCON. Why? Well, In one project, the XC8 compiler bitched with: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microchip\xc8\v1.38\include\pic18f2550.h:8051: error: (1098) conflicting declarations

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