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  • mpgmike
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    I think there are a few new PIC16Fs. I just happened to latch on to this one. You might do an inventory check while you're there. And thank you for your efforts.

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  • Charles Leo
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    I can probably get an update out in the next few weekends. I'll download the SDK and see if there are any surprises.

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    Lately Microchip has been releasing a new 8-bit processor at least once, if not several times per year. I'm working on a 1-off project (bench power supply for my electronics work area) where high resolution ADC is a big help. Using the parametric search on Microchip.com, the only 14-pin PIC with 12-bit ADC is the PIC16F18424_5_6. Without hesitation I ordered a couple. After the initial bliss wore down I checked the PBP listing only to find this selection was too new to be covered. Since this project (and hence the purpose for this PIC) is a personal and not professional project, I have the luxury of time to work out programming.

    With all that said, I was wondering if there was an update in the works to include the newer PIC offerings, and ETA. Plan B is learn C programming. Plan C is make it work with ASM. Regardless of which Plan I execute, it's all good. (Maybe I should call ASM "Plan B" and learn to program in C my "Plan C" just so I don't get confused?!?)
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