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'Repost the 16f87x page'
1998\12\07@175600 by Dave Celsnak

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Hello,
Could the kind person who posted the data sheet for the 16f87x (flash)
PICs please re-post the URL!?

Thank you,
Dave

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1998\12\07@175607 by Dave Celsnak

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Hello,
Coult the kind person who posted the data sheet for the 16f87x (flash)
PICs please re-post the URL!?

Thank you,
Dave

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1998\12\07@185044 by Dan Larson

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On Mon, 7 Dec 1998 14:43:16 PST, Dave Celsnak wrote:

>Hello,
>Could the kind person who posted the data sheet for the 16f87x (flash)
>PICs please re-post the URL!?
>

No need to... Microchip's web site now has the latest 16F87X data sheets
available.

>Thank you,
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1998\12\08@102445 by Sean RS Costall

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> Could the kind person who posted the data sheet for the 16f87x (flash)
> PICs please re-post the URL!?

It's on Microchip's web site now.  I deleted it off my page.

S.

1998\12\09@002224 by Jim Robertson

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At 08:21 8/12/98 -0700, you wrote:
>> Could the kind person who posted the data sheet for the 16f87x (flash)
>> PICs please re-post the URL!?
>
>It's on Microchip's web site now.  I deleted it off my page.
>
>S.

Of course, one has to ask how can a PIC be pin compatible with both the
16C73 and 16C74/76/77 as claimed on the microchip web page. Some sort of
magic?

If pass experience hadn't taught me otherwise, I would kindly tell the web
master of the error but that never seems to work with microchip. :-)


Jim




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1998\12\09@083322 by Andy Kunz

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>Of course, one has to ask how can a PIC be pin compatible with both the
>16C73 and 16C74/76/77 as claimed on the microchip web page. Some sort of
>magic?
>
>If pass experience hadn't taught me otherwise, I would kindly tell the web
>master of the error but that never seems to work with microchip. :-)

What's your point, Jim?  Are you picking on the 28/40 pin discrepancy?  My
guess is that it means there's a '876 in the works (same die, why not?!).\

I think the Vref- is an interesting thing to make compatible, though!

Andy

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1998\12\09@084528 by Tjaart van der Walt

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Andy Kunz wrote:
>
> >Of course, one has to ask how can a PIC be pin compatible with both the
> >16C73 and 16C74/76/77 as claimed on the microchip web page. Some sort of
> >magic?
> >
> >If pass experience hadn't taught me otherwise, I would kindly tell the web
> >master of the error but that never seems to work with microchip. :-)
>
> What's your point, Jim?  Are you picking on the 28/40 pin discrepancy?  My
> guess is that it means there's a '876 in the works (same die, why not?!).\

It was released today. (together with an interesting
5V - 15V PIC)

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1998\12\09@101231 by Morgan Olsson

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>It was released today.

How to get it?

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1998\12\09@103045 by Tjaart van der Walt

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Morgan Olsson wrote:
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> >It was released today.
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> How to get it?

Who knows? It was (is) on the Mchip web site.

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1998\12\09@113743 by Andy Kunz

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Jim,

Just got a quote back on the '876 part - $8.64 for 20K, vs. 9.51 for the '877.

Guess my hunch was right!

Andy


>Of course, one has to ask how can a PIC be pin compatible with both the
>16C73 and 16C74/76/77 as claimed on the microchip web page. Some sort of
>magic?
>
>If pass experience hadn't taught me otherwise, I would kindly tell the web
>master of the error but that never seems to work with microchip. :-)

What's your point, Jim?  Are you picking on the 28/40 pin discrepancy?  My
guess is that it means there's a '876 in the works (same die, why not?!).\

I think the Vref- is an interesting thing to make compatible, though!

Andy

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1998\12\09@233801 by Jim Robertson

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At 08:30 9/12/98 -0500, you wrote:
>>Of course, one has to ask how can a PIC be pin compatible with both the
>>16C73 and 16C74/76/77 as claimed on the microchip web page. Some sort of
>>magic?
>>
>>If pass experience hadn't taught me otherwise, I would kindly tell the web
>>master of the error but that never seems to work with microchip. :-)
>
>What's your point, Jim?  Are you picking on the 28/40 pin discrepancy?  My

Yes.
http://www.microchip.com/10/Lit/PICmicro/16F87X/index.htm  See 16F873/4

(I also noticed the A/D is spec'ed at 8-bits???)

I would have be willing to take the time to email the webmaster
but given the 17C42 is still described as having a 8x8 multiply...

(http://www.microchip.com/10/Lit/PICmicro/17C4X/index.htm)

...over a year after I informed uChip that it doesn't, why bother...


>guess is that it means there's a '876 in the works (same die, why not?!).\

The information on the '876 was already posted when I made my observation.

Anyway, some private email from uChip tells me that the system is being
changed.
Soon the person responsible for his/her area will be able to effect changes
on the
web pages. Hopefully this will mean that if I take the time to offer
feedback, someone
will be eager to act.


>I think the Vref- is an interesting thing to make compatible, though!

Too technical for me. :-)


Jim

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