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PIC24FV32KA304 Pin RA5 MCLR/NOMCLR

 
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ortegahernandes



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PIC24FV32KA304 Pin RA5 MCLR/NOMCLR
PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2020 5:39 pm     Reply with quote

PIC24FV32KA304

How to use the RA5 pin on the ccs, if there are fuse options and there is no option "NOMCLR" ?
Code:

#device PIC24FV32KA304

#nolist
//////// Program memory: 11264x24  Data RAM: 2048  Stack: 31
//////// I/O: 37   Analog Pins: 16
//////// Data EEPROM: 512
//////// Fuses: WRTB,BSSH5376,BSSH2560,BSSH1152,BSSS5376,BSSS2560,BSSS1152
//////// Fuses: NOBSS,WRT,PROTECT,FRC,FRC_PLL,PR,PR_PLL,SOSC,LPRC,LPFRC_DIV
//////// Fuses: FRC_DIV,SOSC_DIGITAL,SOSC_ANALOG,LPRCLOW,LPRCHIGH,IESO,EC,XT
//////// Fuses: HS,NOPR,OSCIO,POSCFREQ_L,POSCFREQ_M,POSCFREQ_H,SOSC_LOW
//////// Fuses: SOSC_HIGH,CKSFSM,CKSNOFSM,NOCKSFSM,WPOSTS1,WPOSTS2,WPOSTS3
//////// Fuses: WPOSTS4,WPOSTS5,WPOSTS6,WPOSTS7,WPOSTS8,WPOSTS9,WPOSTS10
//////// Fuses: WPOSTS11,WPOSTS12,WPOSTS13,WPOSTS14,WPOSTS15,WPOSTS16,WDT32
//////// Fuses: WDT128,WINDIS,NOWDT,WDT_NOSL,WDT_SW,WDT,NOBROWNOUT
//////// Fuses: BROWNOUT_SW,BROWNOUT_NOSL,BROWNOUT,LVR,PUT,ALTI2C1,BORV_LOW
//////// Fuses: BORV_HIGH,BORV_MID,MCLR,ICSP3,ICSP2,ICSP1,DEBUG,DSWDT_=n
//////// Fuses: DSWDTCK_SOSC,DSWDTCK_LPRC,DSBOR,DSWDT
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2020 6:26 pm     Reply with quote

That's just comments in a file. It probably has a typo. I see MCLR there so it would have to have NOMCLR. NOMCLR compiles fine on the latest release of PCWHD for that chip.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2020 2:27 am     Reply with quote

Yes, and does generate the NOMCLR setting in the .lst file output:

Code:

Configuration Fuses:
   Word  1L: 000F   NOWRTB NOBSS
          H: 0000 
   Word  2L: 0000 
          H: 0000 
   Word  3L: 0003   NOWRT NOPROTECT
          H: 0000 
   Word  4L: 00E2   PR SOSC_ANALOG LPRCHIGH IESO
          H: 0000 
   Word  5L: 003A   HS OSCIO POSCFREQ_H SOSC_HIGH CKSFSM
          H: 0000 
   Word  6L: 005F   WPOSTS16 WDT128 WINDIS NOWDT
          H: 0000 
   Word  7L: 001C   NOBROWNOUT NOLVR PUT NOALTI2C1 BORV_LOW NOMCLR
          H: 0000 
   Word  8L: 0083   ICSP1 NODEBUG
          H: 0000 
   Word  9L: 00DF   DSWDT_33SEC DSWDTCK_LPRC DSBOR NODSWDT
          H: 0000 


Word 7.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2020 6:06 am     Reply with quote

So, I even tried to put the "NOMCLR". It compiles normally, but it seems that it generates an error in the .hex file.

When I put it to record the error,

when it doesn't have this function it records normally.


Is it a problem in the recorder software ?

Like, because it no longer has the MCLR pin, it generates the error?

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2020 7:02 am     Reply with quote

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