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Hi All:

I have a question ... I need to implement an I²C with a 12F629, is it possible? I've seen the project wizard and there is some parameters but not for 12F629 ... The functions that create project wizard, which I²C BW generate for an internal 12F629 Clk of 4MHz? A minimum of 100k?

 

It is possible to implement I²C comunication into 12F629 at the same time it's controlling 2 sotfware PWM's? Is PWM consistent?

 

Regards;

 

John

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Hi Joan,

 

The 12F629 has no hardware support for I²C like the PIC16F876, 16F877 has.

Never tried it with the 12F629 but you can implement I²C with software like the sample that is included into the Picant compiler.

 

I don’t think that the I²C will slow down the software generated PWM because I²C can run on 100khz, 400khz or slower, but I don’t have experience with that so you have to try it.

 

Regards,

David

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Hi Dave:

I've tryed with the sample code located at the directory

 

C:/.../plugin_examples/bcd_i2c/

 

And I had and error when building project (Target=16F877 & Clk=4Mhz) like this:

 

EPOMA~1.C

i2cmain.c

line 84: EOF in comment

 

1 errors detected

Prepocessor error

Done

 

Failed

 

I don't have any idea abut that, Do you know?

 

Thanks

 

John B)

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Solved problem. Changed lines

 

/* The following line used to display in BCD */

PORTB=char_to_bcd(RetrieveData( 0x50, 0, ( num - 1 ))); /* Reads back to port B in BCD*/

/* The following line used to display in hex */

/* PORTB=RetrieveData( 0x50, 0, ( num - 1 )); /* Reads back to port B in hexadecimal*/

 

 

for this

 

/* The following line used to display in BCD */

PORTB=char_to_bcd(RetrieveData( 0x50, 0, ( num - 1 ))); /*Reads back to port B in BCD*/

/* The following line used to display in hex */

/*PORTB=RetrieveData( 0x50, 0, ( num - 1 )); Reads back to port B in hexadecimal*/

 

There is a fxxkin'  "/*" ....

B)

 

Bye ....

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