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PIC10F202 question ....

Discussion in 'Microcontrollers' started by Beau Schwabe, Jun 8, 2017.

  1. Beau Schwabe

    Beau Schwabe Member

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    I am using a PIC10F202 in a project and all is ok, except my programmer won't program it as a PIC10F202 .... but if I tell the programmer it is a PIC16F54 instead, it will program just fine.

    All seems to be working ok so far with the PIC10F202, I was just curious if there were any issues or gotchas that I might need to watch out for or be aware of.

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    The Programmer I am using is a DIY K150 Clone I picked up on eBay for about $10, and the Assembly code is written using MPLAB IDE v8.92


    Thanks
     
  2. Pommie

    Pommie Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    It should be fine as they have the same flash size. It's probably just the programmer doesn't recognise the newer chips.

    Mike.
     
  3. dr pepper

    dr pepper Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    I've programmed the 10f200 as a 10f200 using mp lab and pickit 2 and 3 with no problem.
    The architecture is obviously the same as the '54.
    Maybe its something to do with the chip ID.
     
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  5. Beau Schwabe

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    Yeah, that's what I suspect....
    That is the main reason I chose the 10F202 because they were so close to one another.
     

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