dsPIC and PIC 18F

vedant
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dsPIC and PIC 18F

Postby vedant » Tue Aug 21, 2007 10:41 am

Hi i have seen your work on dsPIC toolbox and also had a look at your resume. Was very impressed . Can you please send me the toolbox for PIC 18 F4580 so that i can work on my project.

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Postby LubinKerhuel » Tue Aug 21, 2007 10:00 pm

Hi Vedant,

The PIC18F family do not use the same C compiler.
I looked at the possibility to do a toolbox for 18F chips long time ago ( 2 or 3 years) and concluded that the C compiler for PIC18 I used (from Hi-tech) was not Compliant with the standard C, thus, it does not work with C code generated with the matlab Real Time Workshop Embedded Coder.

Consider using a dsPIC or PIC24 if you want to generate your code with matlab and the toolbox I created. You could also have a look on the SimuQuest companie that propose a toolbox for some PIC18. Let us know if the product is good.

Regards

Lubin KERHUEL

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pic 16F84A/16f87X

Postby arsen » Tue Oct 21, 2008 5:24 pm

hi again Lubin,
my tool is working fine and everything goes well( ı ve got compiling problem some weeks ago maybe u remember) now i ve another question to you about pic 16f84A or 16f87X. İs ir possible to use 16f84A /16f87X with your tool ?? i would like to use this pic cos its very cheap and easy to find etc..
also i ve compared 16f with 30f , 30f has a lot of fetures and abilities , since i am gonna embedd very simple programma i think i dont need 30f,
i hope that 16f84Aor 16f87X works with ur tool

thanx for now
arsen

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Re: dsPIC and PIC 18F

Postby LubinKerhuel » Tue Oct 21, 2008 5:36 pm

Hi Arsen,

I'm glad your "tool" is working fine now.
The blockset do not support 16f chips and there is no plan to support 16f in the near futur ;-).

Lubin

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Re: dsPIC and PIC 18F

Postby arsen » Tue Oct 21, 2008 5:51 pm

hi lubinnn,
thanx again for your quick responce, so then i ve got to use from your supported chips , then i ve got onother question , as a begginner ( and my programme is not that big space only controlling leds with diiferent time cycles, for example i ve got 2or 3 inputs in every 30 sec cycle and according to these inputs, as an output i ve got to switch some leds on some not or switch some leds for 30 sec on or X sec on, depending on the input ) which chip model would you advise for real application which one is more stable for real application ( ofcourse among the chips which are supported from ur tool)
thanx again

arsen

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Re: dsPIC and PIC 18F

Postby LubinKerhuel » Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:57 pm

Hi Arsen,

Coudn't give you an usefull advice. All chips seems to works well for direct I/O input/output.

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Re: dsPIC and PIC 18F

Postby sreenatg » Tue May 11, 2010 11:32 am

Can i have the PIC 18F 4580 blockset. I would be greatfull if someone help me on this.


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