PIC16F trias & INTCON problem!!!!!!


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    Exclamation PIC16F trias & INTCON problem!!!!!!

    Hi all,
    I use picbasic pro. Now I want to make a PWM controlled battery charger with PIC16F. But I don't know how to use MOC3021 (triac drive) & INTCON hardware interrupt.


    Plz anybody help me.......

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    Default Re: PIC16F trias & INTCON problem!!!!!!

    MOC3021 tutorial:


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    http://www.picbasic.co.uk/forum/show...222#post126222

    DT Interrupts does more than handle timers. Read the 16F link for details and examples.

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    Hi Demon,

    Thanks for quickly reply. If you don't mind can you give me zero crossing interrupt with adjust code for MOC3021 driver?

    Thanks.

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