16C57 Eprom/rom-based 8-bit CMOS Microcontroller Series. bit wide instructions 8-bit wide data path Seven or eight special function hardware registers. 16C57 Datasheet PDF Download – PIC16C57, 16C57 data sheet. 16C57 are available at Mouser Electronics. Mouser offers inventory, pricing, & datasheets for 16C

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Why not use any micro anyone you fancies?

As viktor proposed in the first place. Anybody done anything with the Atmel datasheey Keep me logged in If you are already our customer but you do not know your login information request them. I pretty much agree with all of that one Unless of course you have a windowed eprom device that you can erase.

If you want the RepRap as an applicance ie like a laser printer it has everything it needs in it and the host only send print files, then we are going to need more than we have got quite a lot when you consider the 2.

A wide power supply voltage range tends to come as premium. Or do you have any interesting comments? All instructions are single. Alternatively, we could just not worry about power dissipation and use linear regs off a 5V power supply rail. You never even need gooble for that, it is too simple. 16c75


High-speed PIC 16C57 as FPGA

Which PIC can anyone recommend which is low cost etc. Your probably right larry There are four oscillator configurations to choose from, including the power saving LP Low Power oscillator and cost saving RC oscillator. CPLD’s tend to be somewhat less so. You only need to describe the error or your comment and provide your contact details.

It’s quite possible to implement the quadrature encoding, position counting, terminal stop count reset, and a custom addressing system, even LCD control in an FPGA, and I’m sure complexities are up, and prices down from when I last played with one about 6 years ago. The bit wide instructions are.

I think their main failing, is that they present as too complicated to most people, and also that many companies specialise, so the microcontroller people are looking for pure micro, datashret HDL people are looking for pure FPGA, CPLD, and once happy in their environment, their comfort zone is “Stuck” Anyway, I’m getting more convinced of using the Datxsheet cortex as time passes. Doing more in dedicated logic means less interrupts and more processing time.

An FPGA would be an interesting tool to play with in conjunction with a reprap and algorithm development but it would be an extra complexity and cost for the mainstream design I wish this were not so, but I don’t see any working ARM cores.


High-speed PIC 16C57 as FPGA

My profile Basic information Newsletter. Not only that but each peripheral can be streamlined and automated such that they are all running fully in parrallel with zero processing overhead. The small footprint packages, for through hole or surface mount- ing, make this microcontroller series perfect for applica- tions with space limitations.

The PIC16C5X products are equipped with special fea- tures that reduce system cost and power requirements. Being a pragmatist if I were going down this route I would start of with an avr core and get all of the peripherals working.

PIC 16 C 57 C-04/P

That doesnt necessarily mean you want to discard either. Datwsheet may well have missed something. I am controlling CNC machinery I want free run on the acceleration up ramp and braking on deceleration down ramp.

Lets look at the datasheet.

The Daasheet delivers performance in an order of magnitude higher than its competitors in the same price category. Would you like to change anything? Considering the current Atmel processors approved on the project also have a very modest pin count, it’s natural to seek different solutions to boost the pin count.