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Low voltage PICs and LVP

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camerart

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Hi,
I am about to program 18LF2520 PICs which are low voltage, has this anything to do with low voltage programming LVP?
Camerart
 

camerart

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No! The LVP is a wondrous idea! You can use the same system voltage to program the device. However... Once a device is set to Low Voltage Programming.. RE3 is then unavailable as a IO pin...
Hi I,
"You can use the same system voltage to program the device." What does this mean?

I have a Pickit3 circuit that allows LVP, but from earlier posts, I think I can avoid it.

I would like to program the PICs using only the Pickit3 set to 3.3v, or am I getting programming voltages mixed up with PIC power voltages?
C.
 

camerart

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Hi,
I've hit a buffer.
Just finished setting up the header file, config bits and FREQ, then couldn't save it. See attached?
C
 

camerart

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Hi,
Attached
EDIT: Unable to post images.
I get a pop-up saying "Files newxc8_header.h was changed to read only! Can not save it."
Any ideas?

EDITx2: Done it!!
C
 
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camerart

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You are trying to save to a directory that you're not allowed to....

You need to download hoversnap.... This lets you snapshot parts of the screen...
Hi,
As mentioned, new computer! I use Irfanview, as hoversnap, I haven't updated all of the addons yet.
Cheers, C.
 
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