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    MPLAB X: Target device was not found (could not detect target voltage VDD)

    I'm in the process of making a DC-motor . However, I'm getting an error, the problem is that my PICKIT3 will not connect to the microcontroller. What am I doing wrong? I'm using PIC16F15325 controller and using MPLAB X IDE v5.45. I'm using PICKIT3 for programming/debugging. What I think has...
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    Please help determining what type of IC Chip this is

    This is a circuit board I received from my boss to try and find and replace the burned IC chip. This is all chinese parts and probably hard to find. If I can just find another IC chip from another brand that works, I'll just use that. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The partial numbers...
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    How do I get the position of something using PIC microcontroller?

    Hello everyone My name is Mauricio, I'm new in this forum. I am student of the first semester , so I do not know that much about electronics, I got really interested in this kind of topics and I am trying to make some little projects for the microcontrollers PIC using assembler coding. I have...
  4. Rich D.

    PIC24FJ Seems to refuse to accept config bits

    It appears config bits are not being set or followed on my PIC. Is there some thing disabling this feature? I have been struggling with programming this PIC, even though I have much experience with dsPIC30s. First, I haven't been able to get it to switch clock speeds from the FRC /4 which is...
  5. Rich D.

    Assembly on the MPLAB-X IDE, how???

    Please excuse me if this was mentioned and addressed already, I looked and looked and didn't find anything... I want to program a PIC24FJGA204 chip using MPLAB-X IDE (v4.00). I have a sample code that downloads and runs correctly on the unit (a PIC24F Curiosity Development board). Of course...

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