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2005\01\12@095704 by Edson-Jose.Martignago

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Hi!
In the 16F628 Data Sheet, there is e reference to a document named "Programming Specification - DS41196".
When I search the reference "DS41196", the Microchip search returns this two documents only:

MPLABŪ ICD 2 Header Information PIC16F627A/628A/648A FLASH-Based 8-Bit CMOS Data Sheet

Please, how can I find the document DS41196?

Thank you,
Edson.


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2005\01\12@101150 by Michael Rigby-Jones

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>Hi!
>In the 16F628 Data Sheet, there is e reference to a document named
>"Programming Specification - DS41196".
>When I search the reference "DS41196", the Microchip search
>returns this
>two documents only:
>
>MPLAB(r) ICD 2 Header Information
>PIC16F627A/628A/648A FLASH-Based 8-Bit CMOS Data Sheet
>
>
>Please, how can I find the document DS41196?

The programming specification for the 16F627/628 is at
http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/30034d.pdf


The newer 16F627A/628A programming specification is at
http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/41196e.pdf


It's nearly always best to select "Technical Documentation" from the
home page and search for documention on a specific device from there.

Regards

Mike

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2005\01\12@115051 by Edson-Jose.Martignago

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2005\01\12@135839 by Bob Barr

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On Wed, 12 Jan 2005 12:57:00 -0200, wrote:

>Hi!
>In the 16F628 Data Sheet, there is e reference to a document named
>"Programming Specification - DS41196".
>When I search the reference "DS41196", the Microchip search returns this
>two documents only:
>

Whenever you use Microchip's search function for documents, you need
to leave off the "DS" portion and just search for the number.

For some reason, including the "DS" prevents the search from finding
the document.


Regards, Bob

2005\01\12@153130 by John J. McDonough

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Barr" <@spam@bbarrKILLspamspamcalifornia.com>
Subject: Re: [PIC] Programming Specification - DS41196


> >In the 16F628 Data Sheet, there is e reference to a document named
> >"Programming Specification - DS41196".
> >When I search the reference "DS41196", the Microchip search returns this
> >two documents only:
> >
>
> Whenever you use Microchip's search function for documents, you need
> to leave off the "DS" portion and just search for the number.

I have never found the Microchip search function to be helpful, and even
here, searching for 41196 doesn't cut it, neither does searching for other
document numbers even when I am looking at a link to them.

However, if your click on the "Info" link under the 628*A* on their product
comparison page, most of the relevant documents for that part will be shown
on the right.   In the case of the 628A the EEPROM programming spec happens
to be numbered 41196e.  Notice that the same spec for the 628 (without the
A) has a totally different number (30034d).

--McD


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