PIC16F616PIC16F627 PIC16F627A PIC16F628 PIC16F628A PIC16F631 PIC16F636 PIC16F639 PIC16F648A PIC16F677 PIC16F684 PIC16F685 PIC16F687 PIC16F688 PIC16F689 PIC16F690 PIC16F707 PIC16F716 PIC16F720 PIC16F721 PIC16F722 PIC16F722A PIC16F723 PIC16F723A PIC16F724 PIC16F726 PIC16F727 PIC16F753 PIC16F785 PIC16F818 PIC16F819 PIC16F84A PIC16F87 PIC16F870 PIC16F871 PIC16F872 PIC16F873 PIC16F873A PIC16F874 PIC16F874A PIC16F876 PIC16F876A PIC16F877 PIC16F877A PIC16F88 PIC16F882 PIC16F883 PIC16F884 PIC16F886 PIC16F887 PIC16F913 PIC16F914 PIC16F916 PIC16F917 PIC16F946
Programming is impossible at voltages below 4.5V.
PIC16F616 can only be programmed with HVP (High Voltage Programming). This means it requires Vpp voltage (higher than Vdd) for programming. NSDSP cannot generate such voltages. Therefore, PIC16F616 requires NSHVX High Voltage Extension or an external HVP circuit.
Since release 134, NSDSP software assumes that NSHVX is connected when programming PIC16F616. It manipulates the PGM/RTS pin (LVP, or pin 6 of ICSP header of NSDSP programmers) to control MCLR state through NSHVX. Even when NSHVX is not connected, the PGM/RTS pin will still toogle during programming.
Instead of NSHVX, you can use an external HVP circuit. Without NSHVX, PIC16F616 will be programmed correctly, but it may not reset after the programming, especially if MCLRE configuartion bit is ON. In such situation, it may be necessary to power-cycle the chip, or disconnect NSDSP and manually connect MCLR pin to the ground for a short moment to reset the PIC.
We have measured time necessary to program and verify PIC16F616.
|Operation||Time||Programming and Verification||1.8s||Programming only||1.7s||Verification only||0.2s|
The measurements reflect the time necessary to program/verify the entire chip, including all user programmable memory areas.
NSDSP cannot be used to debug PIC16F616.
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