Yes, I want to put different port names into array, so when needed, I can read or address them sequentally.
The comments on the Sure unit scares me. I'd be tempted to buy the other one above.
I can second the use of the clone at SURE Electronics.
$44.95 from Digikey for a real PICKit 3 http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/PG164130/PG164130-ND/2171224
As I said it does not do anything above 39 or so volts. So where is the problem?
After the sine wave has reached the 38-39 volts the circuits is not powered any more from the power line.
Agreed, I'd be interested in 110VAC range.
Edit: Did you guys check Melanie's design?
Honestly, I havent checked. I was going to buy a U2 but this is around 60% of the price and I can have it in the morning. I hadnt looked around for the Microchip version because I assumed it would be...
Be interesting to see what happens from 90Vac to 304Vac.
No, I'm afraid not.
Source level debugging is only available from within MPLAB as far as I know. It's one of the reasons I've been wanting to "get into" MPLAB X.
I wish they'd add it to MCSX...
Does the debugging feature work with PK3 and MCS?