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Pinguino 18F45K50 USB Connection On Breadboad
16-10-2017, 10:00 PM,
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Pinguino 18F45K50 USB Connection On Breadboad
What kind of hardware is required to make the connection between Pinguino and USB cable pleaese?

Looking forward to using Pinguino!
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18-10-2017, 03:18 AM,
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RE: Pinguino 18F45K50 USB Connection On Breadboad
Regis Blanchot responded from Pinguino Store

''Pinguino have built in USB module (and UART and many other too) so they don't need a FDTI adaptor'

'hook USB D+/D- directly' to Pinguino.

So a USB breakout board like this will work.

http://www.futurlec.com/Computer_Adapters.shtml

There are four of them there.

The last one is my pick.

It comes with a pin header.You can solder it on and use it on a breadboard.

Thank you Regis! Smile
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22-10-2017, 11:12 AM,
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RE: Pinguino 18F45K50 USB Connection On Breadboad
You're welcome.
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23-10-2017, 02:52 AM,
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RE: Pinguino 18F45K50 USB Connection On Breadboad
Regis

We ordered the USB connector but now it looks like we can do without it.

Can the 18F45K50 be programmed with a PICKit 3?

I see 'Compile' in the Pinguino IDE menu.

I also see the 'Bootloader or ICSP' bullets.

So can we compile for ICSP and then program the hex from Pinguino IDE into PIC?

Bob
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23-10-2017, 08:59 AM,
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RE: Pinguino 18F45K50 USB Connection On Breadboad
(23-10-2017, 02:52 AM)Can the 18F45K50 be programmed with a PICKit 3? Wrote: Yes.

So can we compile for ICSP ...

Yes.

... and then program the hex from Pinguino IDE into PIC?

No, not from the Pinguino IDE, this is still something to do (any advice or help is welcome ;-) ).
But you can import the hex into MPLABX or use MPLABX IPE to upload it to your PIC.
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23-10-2017, 09:19 AM, (This post was last modified: 23-10-2017, 09:50 AM by Captain Freedom.)
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RE: Pinguino 18F45K50 USB Connection On Breadboad
Regis

Thanks!

Misunderstanding there.

Getting the compiled hex FROM the Pinguino IDE directory and

then using MPLAB IPE to program with a PICKit3 is what we meant.

What PIC devices does Pinguino support?

A 18F45K50 is fine but we are just curious.

'No, not from the Pinguino IDE, this is still something to do (any advice or help is welcome ;-) )'

Contact Microchip.Tell them your IDE uses PIC's they will tell you how to do that.

Just attach the Pinguino home page to your email.
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23-10-2017, 09:39 AM,
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RE: Pinguino 18F45K50 USB Connection On Breadboad
Well, I would say that Pinguino supports boards with some PICs more than PICs themselves.
It means the IDE supports the Pinguino 45K50 based on the PIC18F45K50 but not every boards with the same chip.
Anyway here is a list of PICs that are "supported" :
#   16F1459
#   18F13k50    18F14k50
#   18F2455     18F4455
#   18F2550     18F4550
#   18F25k50    18F45k50
#   18F26j50    18F46j50
#   18F26J53    18F46J53
#   18F27J53    18F47J53
#   32MX220F032B    32MX220F032D
#   32MX250F128B
#   32MX270F256B
#   32MX440F256H
#   32MX460F512L
#   32MX470F512H
#   32MX795F512H    32MX795F512L
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