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PIC18f4331 Address 8020

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Jul 10, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    Hi ppl,

    What are the stuffs at Address 0x8020 of pic18f4331. Apparently there
    are values in the new chips and whenever i erase the eeprom, blank
    check will fail at that address occassionally.

    Tks
    ywz
     
  2. Why would you want to try and program that location? That particular PIC
    only has 8K bytes of program space and that address is well above that
    boundary, but still inside the code space area.

    What kind of programmer are you using?

    All your answers will be found here:

    18C Reference Manual:
    http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/39500a.pdf

    18F4331 Datasheet:
    http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/39616b.pdf

    18F4331 Programming Specification:
    http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/30500a.pdf

    www.piclist.com is a good place to check as well.
     
  3. Guest

    Hi Anthony,

    I am using a Pilot Programmer from Advin Systems. I am not trying to
    program at that location but I realised the observation when I am
    stuck with a problem with the chip. If you are free maybe can take a
    look at this thread:

    http://forum.microchip.com/tm.aspx?m=266152

    Started to look for various possible areas when I came across the
    values at the address.

    Thanks
    ywz
     
  4. First comment.
    Have you got LVD programming disabled in your fuses?. Your behaviour with
    pin38, is 'classic' for this being left enabled. This pin _must_ be tied
    low, if this is not disabled, for the chip to run. This feature _must_ be
    disabled, unless you have the wiring attached to this pin to use this
    ability. Note 3, section 22.9 in the data sheet. Most normal programmers
    do _not_ use this mode.
    Second comment.
    You have only got two of the PWM pins enabled (PWM0, and PWM1 - look at
    what you are writing to PWMCON0). This is why the pins do not behave as if
    complementary output mode is enabled...

    Best Wishes
     
  5. Guest

    Strange my post yesterday did not appear.

    Anyway, Thanks again Roger. The LVP solves the problem. I am now
    getting all the six PWMs using the override bits. However the
    complementary part does not work when I try to simulate in MPLAB. Just
    curious why is that the case (PWMCON0 is set accordingly- 0100 0000).

    Another question is the duty cycle I load in PDC registers. Seems that
    no matter what I write to the registers, the duty cycle is the same.
    Even when I comment out the loading of the PDCxL:pDCxH, waveforms of
    the same duty cycles appear.

    Lastly, when I load deadtime in DTCON, no dead time appears. Must I
    initialize or load some other reg beside DTCON and PDC for the above
    two points?

    While trying to figure these software issues, I fiddled with the
    hardware. Tied the PWMs to a driver (IR2130) and mosfets. The motor
    does not move. Guess I left out some stuffs in the circuit. I am
    looking at the datasheet of IR2130 and AN-985 apps notes. Any examples
    of such circuits? Btw, I am driving a BLDC motor.

    Cheers
    ywz
     
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