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  • #46
    Originally posted by tumbleweed View Post
    Here's a stab at an updated version of mpgmike's DT-INT for the K40. I added the IPEN fix, changed register accesses to use banksel, and cleaned up the whole K40 device selection code.

    It compiles, but I don't have a K40 to test it on...
    Tested following interrupts:
    • TMR1_INT: OK!
    • RX2_INT: OK!


    Will test some more. Thank you tumbleweed!

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    • #47
      PBP 3.1 with K40 support has been released. Sign in to the online store to purchase your upgrade key.

      http://store.melabs.com/cat/PBPUP.html
      Charles Leo
      ME Labs, Inc.
      http://melabs.com

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      • #48
        I have version 3.0.10.4
        Is there a possibility of support for 18F24Q10 chips?

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        • #49
          It's possible in an upcoming version, but not right away. The datasheet has been released and Microchip let me order samples. The data looks like most other PIC18.

          What makes this one more desirable than the 28-pin devices already supported? At first glance, I don't see the feature that would warrant the "Q" in the part number.
          Charles Leo
          ME Labs, Inc.
          http://melabs.com

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          • #50
            The Q10 is very similar to the K40 except the Q10 is specified to 64MHz over the full voltage range of 1.8V to 5.5V.

            The 26/27/46/47Q10 also have CLC logic cells that aren't in the K40, but I think they're still marked "future product".

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