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Yep, the reason I know the reading is not being made is because the LED’s are not changing toggling Other than that, I think it’s down to checking all the basic troubleshooting items, such as.
Does Pin1 match up on the connectors between the 2 boards As you can tell, I’m focusing on the hardware, because the program looks fine. Looks like hardware connections are fine! When programming the F on the Pickit, did you check the “Device Power” checkbox?
Many thanks Darrel – I was starting to question whether I had missed some other device specific code. It connects the pot to the ADC. Is there power getting to all the chips involved. The device code is ” as stated in the diagrams. The datasheet for the MCP is a bit ambiguous. I just tracked some information down on the Microchip website: So here’s another question that you’ve probably already checked.
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That’s a good possibility. Exactly as it is meant to – I have a pot and reference voltage attached; I should be able to swap the lit LED by turning the pot nice easy check. However, all of the diagrams indicate ” is the device code.
My comments are incorrect! Other than that, I think it’s down to checking all the basic troubleshooting items, such as. Tell me about the ambiguity!
The text in section 5. If you can get dataview to work with it, at least we know the Pictail is working. Check continuity, from F pins 9 and 10 to the MCP pins 4 and 5. And, see what happens. Can anyone suggest where I have gone wrong: While the graphic in figure shows the device code as It should put all the pins into high impeadance state. I’ve never used that part before, so I don’t know which one it really is, but you might try Also, the first byte sent B1 is the highbyte.
Problem is that I do not seem to be getting any reading from the ADC.
Rod But the code I had originally used was correct – could there be something else I am missing? The paragraph is incorrect.
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Well that’s good news. I’ll give the dataeheet code a try! My problems could stem from this. OK I’ve done the idiot checks on the hardware: