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'[PIC]: 16c64 Pinout Chart'
2000\06\11@172719 by Martin McCormick

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       I translated the ASCII text of the Microchip data sheet
for the PIC16C6X family and the pin chart got mangled a bit.
This is for the 16C64/JW package.  Did I get it right?


1 RE0/RD
2 RA1/AN1
3 RA2/AN2/VREF
4 RA3/AN3
5 RA4/T0CKI
6 RA5
7 OSC2/CLKOUT
8 OSC1/CLKIN
9 RE1/WR
10 MCLR/VPP
11 RA0/AN0
12 RE2/CS
13 VDD
14 VSS
15 RD0/PSP0
16 RD1/PSP1
17 RB7
18 RB6
19 RB5
20 RB4
21 RC2
22 RC1
23 RC5
24 RC4
25 RD3/PSP3
26 RD2/PSP2
27 RD5/PSP5
28 RC0
29 RB3
30 RB2
31 RB1
32 RB0/INT
33 VDD
34 VSS
35 RD7/PSP7
36 RD6/PSP6
37 RD4/PSP4
38 RC7
39 RC6
40 RC3

       The translator program originally yielded an order which
probably relates to the page layout but which didn't make much
sense as in:

10 MCLR/VPP
11 RA0/AN0
2 RA1/AN1
3 RA2/AN2/VREF
4 RA3/AN3
5 RA4/T0CKI
6 RA5
1 RE0/RD
8 OSC1/CLKIN
7 OSC2/CLKOUT
9 RE1/WR
12 RE2/CS
13 VDD

       The program strings a table out in to one single long
column, so I want to be sure I got everything arranged in the
correct order again before I start wiring.

       Is there, by chance, any resource with ASCII text files
of all the PIC pinouts in somewhat the way I put this one?  No
need to reinvent the wheel.

Martin McCormick WB5AGZ  Stillwater, OK
OSU Center for Computing and Information Services Data Communications Group

2000\06\11@195911 by John C. Frenzel

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Martin,
This is what I got for the 16C64 off the datasheet at microchip.

1    MCLR/VPP
2    RA0
3    RA1
4    RA2
5    RA3
6    RA4/T0CKI
7    RA5/SS
8    RE0/RD
9    RE1/WR
10    RE2/CS
11    VDD
12    VSS
13    OSC1/CLKIN
14    OSC2/CLKOUT
15    RC0/T1OSI/T1CKI
16    RC1/T1OSO
17    RC2/CCP1
18    RC3/SCK/SCL
19    RD0/PSP0
20    RD1/PSP1
21    RD2/PSP2
22    RD3/PSP3
23    RC4/SDI/SDA
24    RC5/SDO
25    RC6
26    RC7
27    RD4/PSP4
28    RD5/PSP5
29    RD6/PSP6
30    RD7/PSP7
31    VSS
32    VDD
33    RB0/INT
34    RB1
35    RB2
36    RB3
37    RB4
38    RB5
39    RB6
40    RB7

What a chip!

John W2SP

2000\06\16@095434 by Martin McCormick

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       I translated the ASCII text of the Microchip data sheet
for the PIC16C6X family and the pin chart got mangled a bit.
This is for the 16C64/JW package.  Did I get it right?


1 RE0/RD
2 RA1/AN1
3 RA2/AN2/VREF
4 RA3/AN3
5 RA4/T0CKI
6 RA5
7 OSC2/CLKOUT
8 OSC1/CLKIN
9 RE1/WR
10 MCLR/VPP
11 RA0/AN0
12 RE2/CS
13 VDD
14 VSS
15 RD0/PSP0
16 RD1/PSP1
17 RB7
18 RB6
19 RB5
20 RB4
21 RC2
22 RC1
23 RC5
24 RC4
25 RD3/PSP3
26 RD2/PSP2
27 RD5/PSP5
28 RC0
29 RB3
30 RB2
31 RB1
32 RB0/INT
33 VDD
34 VSS
35 RD7/PSP7
36 RD6/PSP6
37 RD4/PSP4
38 RC7
39 RC6
40 RC3

       The translator program originally yielded an order which
probably relates to the page layout but which didn't make much
sense as in:

10 MCLR/VPP
11 RA0/AN0
2 RA1/AN1
3 RA2/AN2/VREF
4 RA3/AN3
5 RA4/T0CKI
6 RA5
1 RE0/RD
8 OSC1/CLKIN
7 OSC2/CLKOUT
9 RE1/WR
12 RE2/CS
13 VDD

       The program strings a table out in to one single long
column, so I want to be sure I got everything arranged in the
correct order again before I start wiring.

       Is there, by chance, any resource with ASCII text files
of all the PIC pinouts in somewhat the way I put this one?  No
need to reinvent the wheel.

Martin McCormick WB5AGZ  Stillwater, OK
OSU Center for Computing and Information Services Data Communications Group

2000\06\16@100434 by smerchock, Steve

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Martin here is the correct pinout
for the PIC16C64/JW and P-DIP:


1 MCLR/VPP
2 RA0
3 RA1
4 RA2
5 RA3
6 RA4/TOCKI
7 RA4/SS
8 RE0/RD
9 RE1/WR
10 RE2/CS
11 VDD
12 VSS
13 OSC1/CLKIN
14 OSC2/CLKOUT
15 RC0/T1OSI/T1CKI
16 RC1/T1OSO
17 RC2/CCP1
18 RC3/SCK/SCL
19 RD0/PSP0
20 RD1/PSP1
21 RD2/PSP2
22 RD3/PSP3
23 RC4/SDI/SDA
24 RC5/SD0
25 RC6
26 RC7
27 RD4/PSP4
28 RD5/PSP5
29 RD6/PSP6
30 RD7/PSP7
31 VSS
32 VDD
33 RB0/INT
34 RB1
35 RB2
36 RB3
37 RB4
38 RB5
39 RB6
40 RB7




Best regards,
Steve



Steven Kosmerchock
Radio Frequency Systems
Phoenix,  Az  USA
http://www.rfsworld.com


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2000\06\16@112954 by John C. Frenzel
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Martin,
This is what I got for the 16C64 off the datasheet at microchip.

1    MCLR/VPP
2    RA0
3    RA1
4    RA2
5    RA3
6    RA4/T0CKI
7    RA5/SS
8    RE0/RD
9    RE1/WR
10    RE2/CS
11    VDD
12    VSS
13    OSC1/CLKIN
14    OSC2/CLKOUT
15    RC0/T1OSI/T1CKI
16    RC1/T1OSO
17    RC2/CCP1
18    RC3/SCK/SCL
19    RD0/PSP0
20    RD1/PSP1
21    RD2/PSP2
22    RD3/PSP3
23    RC4/SDI/SDA
24    RC5/SDO
25    RC6
26    RC7
27    RD4/PSP4
28    RD5/PSP5
29    RD6/PSP6
30    RD7/PSP7
31    VSS
32    VDD
33    RB0/INT
34    RB1
35    RB2
36    RB3
37    RB4
38    RB5
39    RB6
40    RB7

What a chip!

John W2SP

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