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TOPIC: 18F25K20 Overview

Re: 18F25K20 Overview 7 years 5 months ago #15202

Amicus IDE is actually a 100% working free version of the powerful Proton PDS compiler. There is a caveat - the compiler will only produce code for the 18F25K20. With that in mind, its probably a good time to get familiar with the 18F25K20.
  • 32K Bytes of Program Memory
  • 255 bytes Data EEPROM
  • 16 MIPS Operation (safe overclocking to 100Mhz!)
  • Precision 16 MHz Internal Oscillator Block
  • 64 MHz performance available using PLL no external components required
  • Operating Voltage Range: 1.8V to 3.6V
  • 18F25K20 Datasheet download
 

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Re: 18F25K20 Overview 4 months 1 day ago #17953

thanks for this info

Re: 18F25K20 Overview 2 months 1 week ago #17967

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Links are dead. :(

Re: 18F25K20 Overview 2 months 6 days ago #17968

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The Amicus compiler isn't available anymore... it's been rolled into Proton PDS www.protonbasic.co.uk/content.php

Under the 'Files' section you'll find links to download the full compiler. It supports quite a few free PIC16, PIC18 and even some PIC24 devices.

Re: 18F25K20 Overview 1 month 4 weeks ago #17971

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I was just wondering about Amicus the other day.

It had a strange following. Particularly for rhe paid version, if you asked questions you were treated with suspicion and hostility. "If you had a paid version, you would not have to ask that question. Pirate!!!!!" Sadly, the same mentallity spead into the forum for the feee version.
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