Yes, you can connect an external clock source to either TMR0 or TMR1 on the 16F877A.
If, however, you're talking about connecting a 32.768kHz crystal directly then only TMR1 has that...
Even at the min frequency of 30 events per second the time between events is ~33ms while you're talking about 800ms?
Are you actually talking about 30-800 events per minute?
OK, so I am using the PIC16F877A.
Can I attach an external clock that only the timers will use (not the CPU) ?
If so I could attach a 32.768khz clock which at a prescaler of 1:32 should give...
Thanks, interrupt on overflow sounds ideal.
FYI my event happens regularly with a max freq of 600 events per second and a min freq of 30 events per second. Depending on the time...
As far as I know there no count down timers in any PIC but I don't really see the need for one.
As have been said before, instead of counting from 100 to 0 you count from 156 to 0 (with an...
When you use the DEC modifier in the LCDOUT statement (or HSEROUT or SEROUT etc) it converts the binary value to ASCII. When you use it the ARRAYREAD (or HSERING or SERIN etc) it does the...
Unless the PIC has CFGS you cannot read the fuses (otherwise known as config registers). This appears to be a PIC18 only thing. Unless you have a suspect PIC or programmer they are what you last...
I got the idea the event wouldn't happen all time and wouldn't require a pause every second of .8 second.
Even if there was only .2 seconds couldn't he do like 200 commands doing something else?
I might be wrong but try
ARRAYREAD HN,[DEC3 POS]
It's late so I'm probably missing something right in front of me.
I'm using a pic18f4331 and I can't seem to be able to read a byte array with 3 segments into a word variable. I'm reading a keypad...