Datasheet PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 (Microchip)

ManufacturerMicrochip
DescriptionFull-Featured 28/40/44/48-Pin Microcontrollers
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PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86. Full-Featured 28/40/44/48-Pin Microcontrollers. Description. Core Features

Datasheet PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Microchip

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PIC16F19155
PIC16F19156
PIC16F19175
PIC16F19176
PIC16F19185
PIC16F19186

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PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Full-Featured 28/40/44/48-Pin Microcontrollers Description
PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 microcontrollers offer eXtreme Low-Power (XLP) LCD drive coupled with Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) and Intelligent Analog. They are especially suited for battery-powered LCD applications due to an integrated charge pump, high current I/O drive for backlighting, and battery backup of the Real-Time Clock/ Calendar (RTCC). Active clock tuning of the HFINTOSC provides a highly accurate clock source over voltage and temperature. The family also features a new 12-bit ADC controller which can automate Capacitive Voltage Divider (CVD) techniques for advanced touch sensing, averaging, filtering, oversampling and automatic threshold comparison. Other new features include low-power Idle and Doze modes, Device Information Area (DIA), and Memory Access Partition (MAP). These low-power products are available in 28/40/44 and 48 pins to support the customer in various LCD and general purpose applications.
Core Features Operating Characteristics
• C Compiler Optimized RISC Architecture • Operating Voltage Range: • Operating Speed: - 1.8V to 3.6V (PIC16LF19155/56/75/76/85/ - DC – 32 MHz clock input 86) - 125 ns minimum instruction cycle - 2.3V to 5.5V (PIC16F19155/56/75/76/85/86) • Interrupt Capability • Temperature Range: • 16-Level Deep Hardware Stack - Industrial: -40°C to 85°C • Timers: - Extended: -40°C to 125°C - Two 8-bit (TMR2/4) Timer with Hardware Limit Timer Extension (HLT)
Power-Saving Functionality
- 16-bit (TMR0/1) • Low-Current Power-on Reset (POR) • Doze mode: Ability to run CPU core slower than • Configurable Power-up Timer (PWRTE) the system clock • Brown-out Reset (BOR) with Fast Recovery • Idle mode: Ability to halt CPU core while internal • Low-Power BOR (LPBOR) Option peripherals continue operating • Windowed Watchdog Timer (WWDT): • Sleep mode: Lowest power consumption - Variable prescaler selection • Peripheral Module Disable (PMD): Ability to - Variable window size selection disable hardware module to minimize power - All sources configurable in hardware or consumption of unused peripherals software • Programmable Code Protection
eXtreme Low-Power (XLP) Features Memory
• Sleep mode: 50 nA @ 1.8V, typical • Watchdog Timer: 500 nA @ 1.8V, typical • Up to 16kW/28KB Flash Program Memory • Secondary Oscillator: 500 nA @ 32 kHz • Up to 2KB Data SRAM Memory • Operating Current: • 256 bytes DataEE - 8 µA @ 32 kHz, 1.8V, typical • Direct, Indirect and Relative Addressing modes - 32 µA/MHz @ 1.8V, typical • Memory Access Partition (MAP): - Bootloader write-protect
Digital Peripherals
- Custom partition • Device Information Area (DIA): • LCD Controller: - Temp sensor factory calibrated data - Up to 248 segments - Fixed Voltage Reference - Charge pump for low-voltage operation - Device ID - Contrast control • Four Configurable Logic Cell Modules (CLC): - Integrated combinational and sequential logic  2017-2019 Microchip Technology Inc. DS40001923B-page 1 Document Outline Description Core Features Memory Operating Characteristics Power-Saving Functionality eXtreme Low-Power (XLP) Features Digital Peripherals Analog Peripherals Flexible Oscillator Structure FIGURE 1: 28-Pin SSOP, SPDIP and SOIC Pin Diagram for PIC16(L)F19155/56 FIGURE 2: 28-Pin UQFN Pin Diagram for PIC16(L)F19155/56 FIGURE 3: 40-Pin PDIP Pin Diagram for PIC16(L)F19175/76 FIGURE 4: 40-Pin UQFN (5x5x0,5) Pin Diagram for PIC16(L)F19175/76 FIGURE 5: 44-Pin TQFP Pin Diagram for PIC16(L)F19175/76 FIGURE 6: 48-Pin TQFP/UQFN Pin Diagram for PIC16(L)F19185/86 Pin Allocation Tables Table of Contents Most Current Data Sheet Errata Customer Notification System 1.0 Device Overview TABLE 1-1: Device Peripheral Summary EXAMPLE 1-1: Assembly Sequence 1 for Setting COG1 to Push-Pull Mode EXAMPLE 1-2: Assembly Sequence 2 for Setting COG1 to Push-Pull Mode FIGURE 1-1: PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Block Diagram TABLE 1-2: PIC16(L)F19155/56 Pinout Description TABLE 1-3: PIC16(L)F19175/76 Pinout Description TABLE 1-4: PIC16(L)F19185/86 Pinout Description 2.0 Guidelines for Getting Started With PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Microcontrollers FIGURE 2-1: Recommended Minimum Connections FIGURE 2-2: Suggested Placement of the Oscillator Circuit 3.0 Enhanced Mid-Range CPU FIGURE 3-1: Core Data Path Diagram 4.0 Memory Organization TABLE 4-1: Device Sizes and Addresses FIGURE 4-1: Program Memory Map and Stack for PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 EXAMPLE 4-1: RETLW Instruction EXAMPLE 4-2: Accessing Program Memory Via FSR TABLE 4-2: Memory Access Partition FIGURE 4-2: Banked Memory Partitioning TABLE 4-3: Core Registers Register 4-1: STATUS: STATUS Register TABLE 4-4: General Purpose RAM Size and Bank Location TABLE 4-5: General Purpose RAM Size and Bank Location TABLE 4-6: PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Memory Map, Banks 0-7 TABLE 4-7: PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Memory Map, Banks 8-15 TABLE 4-8: PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Memory Map, Banks 16-23 TABLE 4-9: PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Memory Map, Banks 24-29 TABLE 4-10: PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Memory Map, Banks 58-63 TABLE 4-11: Special Function Register Summary Banks 0-63 (All Banks) TABLE 4-12: Special Function Register Summary Banks 0-63 PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 FIGURE 4-3: Loading Of PC In Different Situations FIGURE 4-4: Accessing the Stack Example 1 FIGURE 4-5: Accessing the Stack Example 2 FIGURE 4-6: Accessing the Stack Example 3 FIGURE 4-7: Accessing the Stack Example 4 FIGURE 4-8: Indirect Addressing PIC16(L)F19155/75/85 FIGURE 4-9: Indirect Addressing PIC16(L)F19156/76/86 FIGURE 4-10: Traditional/Banked Data Memory Map FIGURE 4-11: Linear Data Memory Map FIGURE 4-12: Program Flash Memory Map 5.0 Device Configuration Register 5-1: Configuration Word 1: Oscillators Register 5-2: Configuration Word 2: Supervisors Register 5-3: Configuration Word 3: Windowed Watchdog Register 5-4: Configuration Word 4: Memory TABLE 5-1: Boot Block Size Bits Register 5-5: Configuration Word 5: Code Protection Register 5-6: DevID: Device ID Register Register 5-7: RevisionID: Revision ID Register 6.0 Device Information Area TABLE 6-1: Device Information Area 7.0 Device Configuration Information TABLE 7-1: Device Configuration Information for PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Family of Devices TABLE 7-2: Memory Size and Number of User Rows 8.0 Resets and Vbat FIGURE 8-1: Simplified Block Diagram of On-Chip Reset Circuit TABLE 8-1: BOR Operating Modes FIGURE 8-2: Brown-out Situations Register 8-1: BORCON: Brown-out Reset Control Register TABLE 8-2: MCLR Configuration FIGURE 8-3: Reset Start-up Sequence TABLE 8-3: Reset Status Bits and Their Significance TABLE 8-4: Reset Condition for Special Registers Register 8-2: PCON0: Power Control Register 0 Register 8-3: PCON1: Power Control Register 1 TABLE 8-5: Vdd Vs. Vbat TABLE 8-6: Summary of Registers Associated with Resets 9.0 Oscillator Module (with Fail-Safe Clock Monitor) FIGURE 9-1: Simplified PIC® MCU Clock Source Block Diagram FIGURE 9-2: External Clock (EC) Mode Operation FIGURE 9-3: Quartz Crystal Operation (Secondary Oscillator) FIGURE 9-4: Clock Switch (CSWHOLD = 0) FIGURE 9-5: Clock Switch (CSWHOLD = 1) FIGURE 9-6: Clock Switch Abandoned FIGURE 9-7: FSCM Block Diagram FIGURE 9-8: FSCM Timing Diagram Register 9-1: OSCCON1: Oscillator Control Register1 Register 9-2: OSCCON2: Oscillator Control Register 2(1) TABLE 9-1: NOSC/COSC Bit Settings TABLE 9-2: NDIV/CDIV Bit Settings Register 9-3: OSCCON3: Oscillator Control Register 3 Register 9-4: OSCSTAT: Oscillator STATUS Register 1 Register 9-5: OSCEN: Oscillator Manual Enable Register Register 9-6: OSCFRQ: HFINTOSC Frequency Selection Register Register 9-7: OSCTUNE: HFINTOSC Tuning Register Register 9-8: ACTCON: Active Clock Tuning (ACT) Control Register TABLE 9-3: Summary of Registers Associated with Clock Sources TABLE 9-4: Summary OF Configuration Word WITH Clock Sources 10.0 Interrupts FIGURE 10-1: Interrupt Logic FIGURE 10-2: Interrupt Latency FIGURE 10-3: INT Pin Interrupt Timing Register 10-1: INTCON: Interrupt Control Register Register 10-2: PIE0: Peripheral Interrupt Enable Register 0 Register 10-3: PIE1: Peripheral Interrupt Enable Register 1 Register 10-4: PIE2: Peripheral Interrupt Enable Register 2 Register 10-5: PIE3: Peripheral Interrupt Enable Register 3 Register 10-6: PIE4: Peripheral Interrupt Enable Register 4 Register 10-7: PIE5: Peripheral Interrupt Enable Register 5 Register 10-8: PIE6: Peripheral Interrupt Enable Register 6 Register 10-9: PIE7: Peripheral Interrupt Enable Register 7 Register 10-10: PIE8: Peripheral Interrupt Enable Register 8 Register 10-11: PIR0: Peripheral Interrupt Status Register 0 Register 10-12: PIR1: Peripheral Interrupt Request Register 1 Register 10-13: PIR2: Peripheral Interrupt Request Register 2 Register 10-14: PIR3: Peripheral Interrupt Request Register 3 Register 10-15: PIR4: Peripheral Interrupt Request Register 4 Register 10-16: PIR5: Peripheral Interrupt Request Register 5 Register 10-17: PIR6: Peripheral Interrupt Request Register 6 Register 10-18: PIR7: Peripheral Interrupt Request Register 7 Register 10-19: PIR8: Peripheral Interrupt Request Register 8 TABLE 10-1: Summary of Registers Associated with Interrupts 11.0 Power-Saving Operation Modes TABLE 11-1: System Behavior for Interrupt during Doze FIGURE 11-1: Doze Mode Operation Example FIGURE 11-2: Wake-Up From Sleep Through Interrupt Register 11-1: VREGCON: Voltage Regulator Control Register (1) Register 11-2: CPUDOZE: Doze and Idle Register TABLE 11-2: Summary of Registers Associated with Power-Down Mode 12.0 Windowed Watchdog Timer (WWDT) FIGURE 12-1: Watchdog Timer Block Diagram TABLE 12-1: WWDT Operating Modes TABLE 12-2: WWDT Clearing Conditions FIGURE 12-2: Window Period and Delay Register 12-1: WDTCON0: Watchdog Timer Control Register 0 Register 12-2: WDTCON1: Watchdog Timer Control Register 1 Register 12-3: WDTPSL: WDT Prescale Select Low Byte Register Register 12-4: WDTPSH: WDT Prescale Select High Byte Register Register 12-5: WDTTMR: WDT Timer Register TABLE 12-3: Summary of Registers Associated with Windowed Watchdog Timer TABLE 12-4: Summary OF Configuration Word WITH Watchdog Timer 13.0 Nonvolatile Memory (NVM) Control TABLE 13-1: Flash Memory Organization by Device FIGURE 13-1: Flash Program Memory Read Flowchart EXAMPLE 13-1: PFM Program Memory Read FIGURE 13-2: NVM Unlock Sequence Flowchart EXAMPLE 13-2: NVM Unlock Sequence FIGURE 13-3: NVM Erase Flowchart EXAMPLE 13-3: Erasing One Row of Program Flash Memory (PFM) TABLE 13-2: NVM Organization and Access Information FIGURE 13-4: Block Writes to Program Flash Memory (PFM) With 32 write latches FIGURE 13-5: Program Flash Memory (PFM) Write Flowchart EXAMPLE 13-4: Writing to Program Flash Memory (PFM) FIGURE 13-6: Flash Program Memory Modify Flowchart TABLE 13-3: NVRM Access to Device Information Area, Device Configuration Area, User ID, Device ID and Configuration Words (NVMREGS = 1) EXAMPLE 13-5: Device ID Access FIGURE 13-7: Flash Program Memory Verify Flowchart TABLE 13-4: Actions for PFM When WR = 1 Register 13-1: NVMDATL: Nonvolatile Memory Data Low Byte Register Register 13-2: NVMDATH: Nonvolatile Memory Data High Byte Register Register 13-3: NVMADRL: Nonvolatile Memory Address Low Byte Register Register 13-4: NVMADRH: Nonvolatile Memory Address High Byte Register Register 13-5: NVMCON1: Nonvolatile Memory Control 1 Register Register 13-6: NVMCON2: NONVOLATILE Memory Control 2 Register TABLE 13-5: Summary of Registers Associated with Nonvolatile Memory (NVM) 14.0 I/O Ports TABLE 14-1: Port Availability Per Device FIGURE 14-1: Generic I/O Port Operation EXAMPLE 14-1: Initializing PORTA Register 14-1: PORTA: PORTA Register Register 14-2: TRISA: PORTA Tri-State Register Register 14-3: LATA: PORTA Data Latch Register Register 14-4: ANSELA: PORTA Analog Select Register Register 14-5: WPUA: Weak Pull-Up PORTA Register Register 14-6: ODCONA: PORTA Open-Drain Control Register Register 14-7: SLRCONA: PORTA Slew Rate Control Register Register 14-8: INLVLA: PORTA Input Level Control Register TABLE 14-2: Summary of Registers Associated with PORTA EXAMPLE 14-2: Initializing PORTB Register 14-9: PORTB: PORTB Register Register 14-10: TRISB: PORTB Tri-State Register Register 14-11: LATB: PORTB Data Latch Register Register 14-12: ANSELB: PORTB Analog Select Register Register 14-13: WPUB: Weak Pull-Up PORTB Register Register 14-14: ODCONB: PORTB Open-Drain Control Register Register 14-15: SLRCONB: PORTB Slew Rate Control Register Register 14-16: INLVLB: PORTB Input Level Control Register Register 14-17: HIDRVB: PORTB High Drive Control Register TABLE 14-3: Summary of Registers Associated with PORTB Register 14-18: PORTC: PORTC Register Register 14-19: TRISC: PORTC Tri-State Register Register 14-20: LATC: PORTC Data Latch Register Register 14-21: WPUC: Weak Pull-Up PORTC Register Register 14-22: ODCONC: PORTC Open-Drain Control Register Register 14-23: SLRCONC: PORTC Slew Rate Control Register Register 14-24: INLVLC: PORTC Input Level Control Register TABLE 14-4: Summary of Registers Associated with PORTC EXAMPLE 14-3: Initializing PORTD Register 14-25: PORTD: PORTD Register(2) Register 14-26: TRISD: PORTD Tri-State Register(1) Register 14-27: LATD: PORTD Data Latch Register(2) Register 14-28: ANSELD: PORTD Analog Select Register(2) Register 14-29: WPUD: Weak Pull-Up PORTD Register(2) Register 14-30: ODCOND: PORTD Open-Drain Control Register(1) Register 14-31: SLRCOND: PORTD Slew Rate Control Register(1) Register 14-32: INLVLD: PORTD Input Level Control Register(1) TABLE 14-5: Summary of Registers Associated with PORTD(2) EXAMPLE 14-4: Initializing PORTE Register 14-33: PORTE: PORTE Register Register 14-34: TRISE: PORTE Tri-State Register Register 14-35: LATE: PORTE Data Latch Register(2) Register 14-36: ANSELE: PORTE Analog Select Register(2) Register 14-37: WPUE: Weak Pull-Up PORTE Register Register 14-38: ODCONE: PORTE Open-Drain Control Register(1) Register 14-39: SLRCONE: PORTe Slew Rate Control Register(1) Register 14-40: INLVLE: PORTE Input Level Control Register TABLE 14-6: Summary of Registers Associated with PORTE EXAMPLE 14-5: Initializing PORTF Register 14-41: PORTF: PORTF Register Register 14-42: TRISF: PORTF Tri-State Register Register 14-43: LATF: PORTF Data Latch Register Register 14-44: ANSELF: PORTF Analog Select Register Register 14-45: WPUF: Weak Pull-Up PORTF Register Register 14-46: ODCONF: PORTF Open-Drain Control Register Register 14-47: SLRCONF: PORTF Slew Rate Control Register Register 14-48: INLVLF: PORTF Input Level Control Register Register 14-49: HIDRVF: PORTF High Drive Control Register TABLE 14-7: Summary of Registers Associated with PORTF(1) 15.0 Peripheral Pin Select (PPS) Module FIGURE 15-1: Simplified PPS Block Diagram TABLE 15-1: PPS Input Signal Routing Options TABLE 15-2: PPS Input Register Values EXAMPLE 15-1: PPS Lock/Unlock sequence TABLE 15-3: PPS Output Signal Routing Options Register 15-1: XXXPPS: Peripheral xxx input Selection(1) Register 15-2: RxyPPS: Pin Rxy Output Source Selection Register Register 15-3: PPSLOCK: PPS Lock Register TABLE 15-4: Summary of Registers Associated with the PPS Module 16.0 Peripheral Module Disable (PMD) Register 16-1: PMD0: PMD Control Register 0 Register 16-2: PMD1: PMD Control Register 1 Register 16-3: PMD2: PMD Control Register 2 Register 16-4: PMD3: PMD Control Register 3 Register 16-5: PMD4: PMD Control Register 4 Register 16-6: PMD5 – PMD Control Register 5 17.0 Interrupt-On-Change (IOC) EXAMPLE 17-1: Clearing Interrupt Flags (PORTB Example) FIGURE 17-1: Interrupt-On-Change Block Diagram (PORTB Example) Register 17-1: IOCAP: Interrupt-on-Change PORTA Positive Edge Register Register 17-2: IOCAN: Interrupt-on-Change PORTA Negative Edge Register Register 17-3: IOCAF: Interrupt-on-Change PORTA Flag Register Register 17-4: IOCBP: Interrupt-on-Change PORTB Positive Edge Register Register 17-5: IOCBN: Interrupt-on-Change PORTB Negative Edge Register Register 17-6: IOCBF: Interrupt-on-Change PORTB Flag Register Register 17-7: IOCCP: Interrupt-on-Change PORTC Positive Edge Register Register 17-8: IOCCN: Interrupt-on-Change PORTC Negative Edge Register Register 17-9: IOCCF: Interrupt-on-Change PORTC Flag Register Register 17-10: IOCEP: Interrupt-on-Change PORTE Positive Edge Register Register 17-11: IOCEN: Interrupt-on-Change PORTE Negative Edge Register Register 17-12: IOCEF: Interrupt-on-Change PORTE Flag Register TABLE 17-1: Summary of Registers Associated with Interrupt-On-Change 18.0 Fixed Voltage Reference (FVR) FIGURE 18-1: Voltage Reference Block Diagram Register 18-1: FVRCON: Fixed Voltage Reference Control Register TABLE 18-1: Summary of Registers Associated with Fixed Voltage Reference 19.0 Analog-to-Digital Converter with Computation (ADC2) Module FIGURE 19-1: ADC2 Block Diagram TABLE 19-1: ADC Clock Period (Tad) Vs. Device Operating Frequencies(1,4) FIGURE 19-2: Analog-to-Digital Conversion Tad Cycles FIGURE 19-3: 12-Bit ADC Conversion Result Format EQUATION 19-1: Acquisition Time Example FIGURE 19-4: Analog Input Model FIGURE 19-5: ADC Transfer Function FIGURE 19-6: Hardware Capacitive Voltage Divider Block Diagram FIGURE 19-7: Differential CVD Measurement Waveform FIGURE 19-8: Guard Ring Circuit FIGURE 19-9: Differential CVD with Guard Ring Output Waveform FIGURE 19-10: Computational Features Simplified Block Diagram TABLE 19-2: Computation Modes TABLE 19-3: Low-pass Filter -3 dB Cut-off Frequency Register 19-1: ADCON0: ADC Control Register 0 Register 19-2: ADCON1: ADC Control Register 1 Register 19-3: ADCON2: ADC Control Register 2 Register 19-4: ADCON3: ADC Control Register 3 Register 19-5: ADSTAT: ADC Status Register Register 19-6: ADCLK: ADC Clock Selection Register Register 19-7: ADREF: ADC Reference Selection Register Register 19-8: ADPCH: ADC Positive Channel Selection Register Register 19-9: ADPREL: ADC Precharge Time Control Register (Low Byte) Register 19-10: ADPREH: ADC Precharge Time Control Register (High Byte) TABLE 19-4: Precharge Time Register 19-11: ADACQL: ADC Acquisition Time Control Register (Low Byte) Register 19-12: ADACQH: ADC Acquisition Time Control Register (High Byte) TABLE 19-5: Acquisition Time Register 19-13: ADCAP: ADC Additional Sample Capacitor Selection Register Register 19-14: ADRPT: ADC Repeat Setting Register Register 19-15: ADCNT: ADC Repeat Counter Register Register 19-16: ADFLTRH: ADC Filter High Byte Register Register 19-17: ADFLTRL: ADC Filter Low Byte Register Register 19-18: ADRESH: ADC Result Register High, FM = 0 Register 19-19: ADRESL: ADC Result Register Low, FM = 0 Register 19-20: ADRESH: ADC Result Register High, FM = 1 Register 19-21: ADRESL: ADC Result Register Low, FM = 1 Register 19-22: ADPREVH: ADC Previous Result Register Register 19-23: ADPREVL: ADC Previous Result Register Register 19-24: ADACCU: ADC Accumulator Register Upper Register 19-25: ADACCH: ADC Accumulator Register High Register 19-26: ADACCL: ADC Accumulator Register Low Register 19-27: ADSTPTH: ADC Threshold Setpoint Register High Register 19-28: ADSTPTL: ADC Threshold Setpoint Register Low Register 19-29: ADERRH: ADC Setpoint Error Register High Register 19-30: ADERRL: ADC Setpoint Error Low Byte Register Register 19-31: ADLTHH: ADC Lower Threshold High Byte Register Register 19-32: ADLTHL: ADC Lower Threshold Low Byte Register Register 19-33: ADUTHH: ADC Upper Threshold High Byte Register Register 19-34: ADUTHL: ADC Upper Threshold Low Byte Register Register 19-35: ADACT: ADC AUTO-Conversion Trigger Control Register Register 19-36: ADCPCON0: ADC Charge Pump Control Register TABLE 19-6: Summary of Registers Associated with ADC 20.0 Temperature Indicator Module (TIM) FIGURE 20-1: Temperature Circuit Diagram EQUATION 20-1: Sensor Temperature EQUATION 20-2: Temperature Resolution (°C/LSb) TABLE 20-1: Recommended Vdd vs. Range TABLE 20-2: Summary of Registers Associated with the Temperature Indicator 21.0 5-Bit Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC1) Module EQUATION 21-1: DAC Output Voltage FIGURE 21-1: Digital-to-Analog Converter Block Diagram FIGURE 21-2: Voltage Reference Output Buffer Example Register 21-1: DAC1CON0: Voltage Reference Control Register 0 Register 21-2: DAC1CON1: Voltage Reference Control Register 1 TABLE 21-1: Summary of Registers Associated with the DAC1 Module 22.0 Comparator Module TABLE 22-1: Available Comparators FIGURE 22-1: Single Comparator FIGURE 22-2: Comparator Module Simplified Block Diagram TABLE 22-2: Comparator Output State vs. Input Conditions FIGURE 22-3: Analog Input Model Register 22-1: CMxCON0: Comparator Cx Control Register 0 Register 22-2: CMxCON1: Comparator Cx Control Register 1 Register 22-3: CMxNSEL: Comparator Cx Negative Input Select Register Register 22-4: CMxPSEL: Comparator Cx Positive Input Select Register Register 22-5: CMOUT: Comparator Output Register TABLE 22-3: Summary of Registers Associated with Comparator Module 23.0 Zero-Cross Detection (ZCD) Module EQUATION 23-1: External Resistor FIGURE 23-1: External Voltage FIGURE 23-2: Simplified ZCD Block Diagram EQUATION 23-2: R-C Calculations EXAMPLE 23-1: R-C Calculations Example EQUATION 23-3: ZCD Event Offset EQUATION 23-4: ZCD Pull-up/down EQUATION 23-5: Series R for V range Register 23-1: ZCDCON: Zero-Cross Detection Control Register TABLE 23-1: Summary of Registers Associated with the ZCD Module TABLE 23-2: Summary of Configuration Word with the ZCD Module 24.0 Real-Time Clock and Calendar (RTCC) FIGURE 24-1: RTCC Block Diagram Control Registers Clock Value Registers Alarm Value Registers FIGURE 24-2: Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) Timer Digit Format FIGURE 24-3: Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) Alarm Digit Format FIGURE 24-4: Clock Source Multiplexing TABLE 24-1: Day of Week Schedule TABLE 24-2: Day to Month Rollover Schedule EQUATION 24-1: Converting Error Clock Pulses FIGURE 24-5: Alarm Mask Settings Register 24-1: RTCCON: RTC Control Register Register 24-2: RTCCAL: RTC Calibration Register Register 24-3: Year(1): Year Value Register Register 24-4: Month(1): Month Value Register Register 24-5: Weekday(1): Weekday Value Register Register 24-6: Day(1): Day Value Register Register 24-7: Hours(1): Hour Value Register Register 24-8: Minutes(1): Minute Value Register Register 24-9: Seconds(1): Second Value Register Register 24-10: ALRMCON: Alarm Control Register Register 24-11: ALRMRPT: Alarm Repeat Register Register 24-12: ALRMMTH: Alarm Month Control Register Register 24-13: ALRMWd: Alarm Weekday Control Register Register 24-14: ALRMDAY: Alarm Day Control Register Register 24-15: ALRMHr: Alarm Hour Control Register Register 24-16: ALRMMIN: Alarm Minute Control Register Register 24-17: ALRMSEC: Alarm Seconds Control Register TABLE 24-3: Summary of Registers associated with the RTCC Module 25.0 Timer0 Module FIGURE 25-1: Block Diagram of Timer0 Register 25-1: T0CON0: TIMER0 Control Register 0 Register 25-2: T0CON1: TIMER0 Control Register 1 TABLE 25-1: Summary of Registers Associated with Timer0 26.0 Timer1 Module with Gate Control FIGURE 26-1: Timer1 Block Diagram TABLE 26-1: Timer1 Enable Selections TABLE 26-2: Timer Gate Enable Selections FIGURE 26-2: Timer1 Incrementing Edge FIGURE 26-3: Timer1 Gate Enable Mode FIGURE 26-4: Timer1 Gate Toggle Mode FIGURE 26-5: Timer1 Gate Single-Pulse Mode FIGURE 26-6: Timer1 Gate Single-Pulse and Toggle Combined Mode Register 26-1: T1CON: Timer1 Control Register Register 26-2: T1GCON: Timer1 Gate Control Register Register 26-3: T1CLK Timer1 Clock Select Register Register 26-4: T1GATE Timer1 Gate Select Register TABLE 26-3: Summary of Registers Associated with Timer1 27.0 Timer2/4 Module With Hardware Limit Timer (HLT) FIGURE 27-1: Timer2/4 Block Diagram FIGURE 27-2: Timer2/4 Clock Source Block Diagram TABLE 27-1: Timer2/4 Operating Modes FIGURE 27-3: Timer2 Prescaler, Postscaler, and Interrupt Timing Diagram FIGURE 27-4: Software Gate Mode Timing Diagram (MODE = 00000) FIGURE 27-5: Hardware Gate Mode Timing Diagram (MODE = 00001) FIGURE 27-6: Edge-Triggered Hardware Limit Mode Timing Diagram (MODE = 00100) FIGURE 27-7: Level-Triggered Hardware Limit Mode Timing Diagram (MODE = 00111) FIGURE 27-8: Software Start One-shot Mode Timing Diagram (MODE = 01000) FIGURE 27-9: Edge-Triggered One-Shot Mode Timing Diagram (MODE = 01001) FIGURE 27-10: Edge-Triggered Hardware Limit One-Shot Mode Timing Diagram (MODE = 01100) FIGURE 27-11: Low Level Reset, Edge-Triggered hardware Limit one-Shot Mode Timing Diagram (MODE = 01110) FIGURE 27-12: Rising Edge-Triggered Monostable Mode Timing Diagram (MODE = 10001) FIGURE 27-13: Level-Triggered hardware Limit one-Shot Mode Timing Diagram (MODE = 10110) Register 27-1: TXCLKCON: Timer2/4 Clock Selection Register Register 27-2: TxCON: Timer2/4 Control Register Register 27-3: TxHLT: Timer2/4 Hardware Limit Control Register Register 27-4: TxRST: Timer2/4 External Reset Signal Selection Register TABLE 27-2: Summary of Registers Associated with Timer2/4 28.0 Signal Measurement Timer (SMT) FIGURE 28-1: SMTx Block Diagram FIGURE 28-2: SMTx Signal and Window Block Diagram TABLE 28-1: Register 28-1: SMTxCON0: SMT Control Register 0 Register 28-2: SMTxCON1: SMT Control Register 1 Register 28-3: SMTxSTAT: SMT Status Register Register 28-4: SMTxCLK: SMT Clock Selection Register Register 28-5: SMTxWIN: SMTx Window Input Select Register Register 28-6: SMTxSIG: SMTx Signal Input Select Register Register 28-7: SMTxTMRL: SMT Timer Register – Low Byte Register 28-8: SMTxTMRH: SMT Timer Register – High Byte Register 28-9: SMTxTMRU: SMT Timer Register – Upper Byte Register 28-10: SMTxCPRL: SMT Captured Period Register – Low Byte Register 28-11: SMTxCPRH: SMT Captured Period Register – High Byte Register 28-12: SMTxCPRU: SMT Captured Period Register – Upper Byte Register 28-13: SMTxCPWL: SMT Captured Pulse Width Register – Low Byte Register 28-14: SMTxCPWH: SMT Captured Pulse Width Register – High Byte Register 28-15: SMTxCPWU: SMT Captured Pulse Width Register – Upper Byte Register 28-16: SMTxPRL: SMT Period Register – Low Byte Register 28-17: SMTxPRH: SMT Period Register – High Byte Register 28-18: SMTxPRU: SMT Period Register – Upper Byte TABLE 28-2: Modes of Operation FIGURE 28-3: Timer Mode Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-4: Gated Timer Mode Repeat Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-5: Gated Timer Mode Single Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-6: Period And Duty-Cycle Repeat Acquisition Mode Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-7: Period And Duty-Cycle Single Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-8: High and Low-Measure Mode Repeat Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-9: High and Low-Measure Mode Single Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-10: Windowed Measure Mode Repeat Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-11: Windowed Measure Mode Single Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-12: Gated Windowed Measure Mode Repeat Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-13: Gated Windowed Measure Mode Single Acquisition Timing Diagrams FIGURE 28-14: Time Of Flight Mode Repeat Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-15: Time Of Flight Mode Single Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-16: Capture Mode Repeat Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-17: Capture Mode Single Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-18: Counter Mode Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-19: Gated Counter Mode Repeat Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-20: Gated Counter Mode Single Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-21: Windowed Counter Mode Repeat Acquisition Timing Diagram FIGURE 28-22: Windowed Counter Mode Single Acquisition Timing Diagram TABLE 28-3: Summary of Registers Associated with SMTx 29.0 Capture/Compare/PWM Modules TABLE 29-1: Available CCP Modules FIGURE 29-1: Capture Mode Operation Block Diagram EXAMPLE 29-1: Changing Between Capture Prescalers FIGURE 29-2: Compare Mode Operation Block Diagram FIGURE 29-3: CCP PWM Output Signal FIGURE 29-4: Simplified PWM Block Diagram EQUATION 29-1: PWM Period FIGURE 29-5: PWM 10-Bit Alignment EQUATION 29-2: Pulse Width EQUATION 29-3: Duty Cycle Ratio EQUATION 29-4: PWM Resolution TABLE 29-2: Example PWM Frequencies and Resolutions (Fosc = 20 MHz) TABLE 29-3: Example PWM Frequencies and Resolutions (Fosc = 8 MHz) TABLE 29-4: Long Bit Names Prefixes for CCP Peripherals Register 29-1: CCPxCON: CCPx Control Register Register 29-2: CCPxCAP: Capture Input Selection Register Register 29-3: CCPRxL Register: CCPx Register Low Byte Register 29-4: CCPRxH Register: CCPx Register High Byte Register 29-5: CCPTMRS0: CCP Timers Control 0 Register TABLE 29-5: Summary Of Registers Associated with CCPx 30.0 Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) FIGURE 30-1: PWM Output FIGURE 30-2: Simplified PWM Block Diagram EQUATION 30-1: PWM Period EQUATION 30-2: Pulse Width EQUATION 30-3: Duty Cycle Ratio EQUATION 30-4: PWM Resolution TABLE 30-1: Example PWM Frequencies and Resolutions (Fosc = 20 MHz) TABLE 30-2: Example PWM Frequencies and Resolutions (Fosc = 8 MHz) Register 30-1: PWMxCON: PWM Control Register Register 30-2: PWMXDCH: PWM Duty Cycle High Bits Register 30-3: PWMxDCL: PWM Duty Cycle Low Bits TABLE 30-3: Summary of Registers Associated with PWMx 31.0 Complementary Waveform Generator (CWG) Module TABLE 31-1: Available CWG Modules FIGURE 31-1: Simplified CWG Block Diagram (Half-Bridge Mode) FIGURE 31-2: Simplified CWG Block Diagram (Push-Pull Mode) FIGURE 31-3: Simplified CWG Block Diagram (Forward and Reverse Full-Bridge Modes) FIGURE 31-4: Simplified CWG Block Diagram (Output Steering Modes) FIGURE 31-5: CWG Output Block Diagram FIGURE 31-6: Dead-Band Operation CWG1DBR = 0x01, CWG1DBF = 0x02 FIGURE 31-7: Dead-Band Operation, CWG1DBR = 0x03, CWG1DBF = 0x04, Source Shorter Than Dead Band EQUATION 31-1: Dead-Band Uncertainty FIGURE 31-8: Example of PWM Direction Change FIGURE 31-9: CWG Half-Bridge Mode Operation FIGURE 31-10: Example of Asynchronous Steering Event (MODE<2:0> = 000) FIGURE 31-11: Example of Steering Event (MODE<2:0> = 001) FIGURE 31-12: CWG Shutdown Block Diagram FIGURE 31-13: Shutdown Functionality, Auto-Restart Disabled (REN = 0, LSAC = 01, LSBD = 01) FIGURE 31-14: Shutdown Functionality, Auto-Restart Enabled (REN = 1, LSAC = 01, LSBD = 01) Register 31-1: CWG1CON0: CWG1 Control Register 0 Register 31-2: CWG1CON1: CWG1 Control Register 1 Register 31-3: CWG1DBR: CWG1 Rising Dead-Band Counter Register Register 31-4: CWG1DBF: CWG1 Falling Dead-Band Counter Register Register 31-5: CWG1AS0: CWG1 Auto-Shutdown Control Register 0 Register 31-6: CWG1AS1: CWG1 Auto-Shutdown Control Register 1 Register 31-7: CWG1STR: CWG1 Steering Control Register(1) Register 31-8: CWG1CLK: CWG1 Clock Selection Register Register 31-9: CWG1ISM: CWG1 Input Selection Register TABLE 31-2: Summary of Registers Associated with CWG 32.0 Configurable Logic Cell (CLC) TABLE 32-1: Available CLC Modules FIGURE 32-1: CLCx Simplified Block Diagram TABLE 32-2: CLCx Data Input Selection TABLE 32-3: Data Gating Logic Examples FIGURE 32-2: Input Data Selection and Gating FIGURE 32-3: Programmable Logic Functions Register 32-1: CLCxCON: Configurable Logic Cell Control Register Register 32-2: CLCxPOL: Signal Polarity Control Register Register 32-3: CLCxSEL0: Generic CLCx Data 0 Select Register Register 32-4: CLCxSEL1: Generic CLCx Data 1 Select Register Register 32-5: CLCxSEL2: Generic CLCx Data 2 Select Register Register 32-6: CLCxSEL3: Generic CLCx Data 3 Select Register Register 32-7: CLCxGLS0: Gate 0 Logic Select Register Register 32-8: CLCxGLS1: Gate 1 Logic Select Register Register 32-9: CLCxGLS2: Gate 2 Logic Select Register Register 32-10: CLCxGLS3: Gate 3 Logic Select Register Register 32-11: CLCDATA: CLC Data Output TABLE 32-4: Summary of Registers Associated with CLCx 33.0 Master Synchronous Serial Port (MSSP) Modules FIGURE 33-1: MSSP Block Diagram (SPI mode) FIGURE 33-2: MSSP Block Diagram (I2C Master mode) FIGURE 33-3: MSSP Block Diagram (I2C Slave mode) FIGURE 33-4: SPI Master and Multiple Slave Connection FIGURE 33-5: SPI Master/Slave Connection FIGURE 33-6: SPI Mode Waveform (Master Mode) FIGURE 33-7: SPI Daisy-Chain Connection FIGURE 33-8: Slave Select Synchronous Waveform FIGURE 33-9: SPI Mode Waveform (Slave Mode with CKE = 0) FIGURE 33-10: SPI Mode Waveform (Slave Mode with CKE = 1) FIGURE 33-11: I2C Master/ Slave Connection TABLE 33-1: I2C Bus terms FIGURE 33-12: I2C Start and Stop Conditions FIGURE 33-13: I2C Restart Condition FIGURE 33-14: I2C Slave, 7-bit Address, Reception (SEN = 0, AHEN = 0, DHEN = 0) FIGURE 33-15: I2C Slave, 7-bit Address, Reception (SEN = 1, AHEN = 0, DHEN = 0) FIGURE 33-16: I2C Slave, 7-bit Address, Reception (SEN = 0, AHEN = 1, DHEN = 1) FIGURE 33-17: I2C Slave, 7-bit Address, Reception (SEN = 1, AHEN = 1, DHEN = 1) FIGURE 33-18: I2C Slave, 7-bit Address, Transmission (AHEN = 0) FIGURE 33-19: I2C Slave, 7-bit Address, Transmission (AHEN = 1) FIGURE 33-20: I2C Slave, 10-bit Address, Reception (SEN = 1, AHEN = 0, DHEN = 0) FIGURE 33-21: I2C Slave, 10-bit Address, Reception (SEN = 0, AHEN = 1, DHEN = 0) FIGURE 33-22: I2C Slave, 10-bit Address, Transmission (SEN = 0, AHEN = 0, DHEN = 0) FIGURE 33-23: Clock Synchronization Timing FIGURE 33-24: Slave Mode General Call Address Sequence FIGURE 33-25: Baud Rate Generator Timing with Clock Arbitration FIGURE 33-26: First Start Bit Timing FIGURE 33-27: Repeated Start Condition Waveform FIGURE 33-28: I2C Master Mode Waveform (Transmission, 7 or 10-bit Address) FIGURE 33-29: I2C Master Mode Waveform (Reception, 7-bit Address) FIGURE 33-30: Acknowledge Sequence Waveform FIGURE 33-31: Stop Condition Receive or Transmit Mode FIGURE 33-32: Bus Collision Timing for Transmit and Acknowledge FIGURE 33-33: Bus Collision During Start Condition (SDA Only) FIGURE 33-34: Bus Collision During Start Condition (SCL = 0) FIGURE 33-35: BRG Reset Due to SDA Arbitration During Start Condition FIGURE 33-36: Bus Collision During a Repeated Start Condition (Case 1) FIGURE 33-37: Bus Collision During Repeated Start Condition (Case 2) FIGURE 33-38: Bus Collision During a Stop Condition (Case 1) FIGURE 33-39: Bus Collision During a Stop Condition (Case 2) FIGURE 33-40: Baud Rate Generator Block Diagram TABLE 33-2: MSSP Clock Rate w/BRG Register 33-1: SSPxSTAT: SSPx STATUS Register Register 33-2: SSPxCON1: SSPx Control Register 1 Register 33-3: SSPxCON2: SSPx Control Register 2 (I2C Mode Only)(1) Register 33-4: SSPxCON3: SSPx Control Register 3 Register 33-5: SSPxMSK: SSPx Mask Register Register 33-6: SSPxADD: MSSPx Address and Baud Rate Register (I2C Mode) Register 33-7: SSPxBUF: MSSPx Buffer Register TABLE 33-3: Summary of Registers Associated with MSSPX 34.0 Enhanced Universal Synchronous Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter (EUSART1/2) FIGURE 34-1: EUSART Transmit Block Diagram FIGURE 34-2: EUSART Receive Block Diagram FIGURE 34-3: Asynchronous Transmission FIGURE 34-4: Asynchronous Transmission (Back-to-Back) FIGURE 34-5: Asynchronous Reception EXAMPLE 34-1: Calculating Baud Rate Error TABLE 34-1: BRG Counter Clock Rates FIGURE 34-6: Automatic Baud Rate Calibration FIGURE 34-7: Auto-Wake-up Bit (WUE) Timing During Normal Operation FIGURE 34-8: Auto-Wake-up Bit (WUE) Timings During Sleep FIGURE 34-9: Send Break Character Sequence FIGURE 34-10: Synchronous Transmission FIGURE 34-11: Synchronous Transmission (Through TXEN) FIGURE 34-12: Synchronous Reception (Master Mode, SREN) Register 34-1: TXxSTA: Transmit Status and Control Register Register 34-2: RCxSTA: Receive Status and Control Register Register 34-3: BAUDxCON: Baud Rate Control Register Register 34-4: RCxREG(1): Receive Data Register Register 34-5: TXxREG(1): Transmit Data Register Register 34-6: SPxBRGL(1): Baud Rate Generator Register Register 34-7: SPxBRGH(1, 2): Baud Rate Generator High Register TABLE 34-2: Summary of Registers Associated with EUSART TABLE 34-3: Baud Rate Formulas TABLE 34-4: Baud Rate For Asynchronous Modes 35.0 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Controller TABLE 35-1: Multiplexing Options FIGURE 35-1: LCD Controller Module Block Diagram TABLE 35-2: LCDSEx REGISTERS AND ASSOCIATED SEGMENTS TABLE 35-3: LCDDATAx Registers and Bits for Segment and COM Combinations (28-Pin) TABLE 35-4: LCDDATAx Registers and Bits for Segment and COM Combinations (40/44-Pin) TABLE 35-5: LCDDATAx Registers and Bits for Segment and COM Combinations (48-Pin) FIGURE 35-2: LCD Clock Generation TABLE 35-6: Internal Resistance Ladder Power Modes FIGURE 35-3: LCD Reference Ladder Power Mode Switching Diagram FIGURE 35-4: Internal Reference And Contrast Control Block Diagram TABLE 35-7: LCD Modes with Internal Charge Pump FIGURE 35-5: LCD Regulator Connections For LCD Voltage Supplied from Charge Pump with and without Internal Resistor Ladder FIGURE 35-6: Connections For LCD Voltage Supplied from External Ladder, Static, 1/2 and 1/3 Bias Modes (LCDVSRC<3:0> = 1000) FIGURE 35-7: Connections for LCD Voltage Supplied Externally or from Vdd along with Internal Resistor Ladder and External Capacitors, Static, 1/2 and 1/3 Bias Modes (LCDVSRC<3:0> = 0100, 0101) TABLE 35-8: COM<7:0> Pin Functions TABLE 35-9: Frame Frequency Formulas FIGURE 35-8: Type-A/Type-B Waveforms In Static Drive FIGURE 35-9: Type-A Waveforms In 1/2 Mux, 1/2 Bias Drive FIGURE 35-10: Type-B Waveforms In 1/2 Mux, 1/2 Bias Drive FIGURE 35-11: Type-A Waveforms In 1/3 Mux, 1/3 Bias Drive FIGURE 35-12: Type-B Waveforms In 1/3 Mux, 1/3 Bias Drive FIGURE 35-13: Type-A Waveforms In 1/4 Mux, 1/3 Bias Drive FIGURE 35-14: Type-B Waveforms In 1/4 Mux, 1/3 Bias Drive FIGURE 35-15: Type-B Waveforms In 1/8 Mux, 1/3 Bias Drive FIGURE 35-16: Example Waveforms And Interrupt Timing In Quarter Duty Cycle Drive FIGURE 35-17: Sleep Entry/Exit When SLPEN = 1 or CS<1:0> = 00 Register 35-1: LCDCON: LCD Control Register Register 35-2: LCDPS: LCD Phase Register Register 35-3: LCDSEx: LCD SEGMENT x Enable Register Register 35-4: LCDDATAx: LCD DATA x Register Register 35-5: LCDVCON1: LCD Voltage Control 1 Bits Register 35-6: LCDVCON2: LCD Voltage Control 2 Bits Register 35-7: LCDRL: LCD Internal Reference Ladder Control Register Register 35-8: LCDREF: LCD Reference Voltage/Contrast Control Register TABLE 35-10: Summary of Registers Associated with LCD Module 36.0 In-Circuit Serial Programming™ (ICSP™) FIGURE 36-1: ICD RJ-11 Style Connector Interface FIGURE 36-2: PICkit™ Programmer Style Connector Interface FIGURE 36-3: Typical Connection for ICSP™ Programming 37.0 Instruction Set Summary TABLE 37-1: Opcode Field Descriptions TABLE 37-2: Abbreviation Descriptions TABLE 37-3: Instruction Set TABLE 37-3: PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Instruction Set (Continued) 38.0 Register Summary TABLE 38-1: Register File Summary for PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Devices 39.0 Electrical Specifications FIGURE 39-1: Voltage Frequency Graph, -40°C £ Ta £ +125°C, PIC16F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Only FIGURE 39-2: Voltage Frequency Graph, -40°C £ Ta £ +125°C, PIC16(L)F19155/56/75/76/85/86 Only TABLE 39-1: Supply Voltage FIGURE 39-3: POR and POR Rearm with Slow Rising Vdd TABLE 39-2: Supply Current (Idd/Ibat)(1,2,4) TABLE 39-3: Power-Down Current (Ipd)(1,2) TABLE 39-4: I/O Ports TABLE 39-5: Memory Programming Specifications TABLE 39-6: Thermal characteristics FIGURE 39-4: Load Conditions FIGURE 39-5: Clock Timing TABLE 39-7: External Clock/Oscillator Timing Requirements TABLE 39-8: iNTERNAL Oscillator Parameters(1) FIGURE 39-6: Precision Calibrated HFINTOSC Frequency Accuracy Over Device Vdd and Temperature TABLE 39-9: PLL Specifications FIGURE 39-7: CLKOUT and I/O Timing TABLE 39-10: I/O and CLKOUT Timing Specifications FIGURE 39-8: Reset, Watchdog Timer, Oscillator Start-up Timer and Power-up Timer Timing FIGURE 39-9: Brown-out Reset Timing and Characteristics TABLE 39-11: Reset, WDT, Oscillator Start-up Timer, Power-up Timer, Brown-out Reset and Low-Power Brown-out Reset Specifications TABLE 39-12: Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) Accuracy Specifications(1,2) TABLE 39-13: Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) Conversion Timing Specifications FIGURE 39-10: ADC Conversion Timing (ADC Clock Fosc-based) FIGURE 39-11: ADC Conversion Timing (ADC Clock from ADCRC) TABLE 39-14: Comparator Specifications TABLE 39-15: Low-Powered Clocked Comparator Specifications TABLE 39-16: 5-Bit DAC Specifications TABLE 39-17: Fixed Voltage Reference (FVR) Specifications TABLE 39-18: Zero-Cross Detect (ZCD) Specifications FIGURE 39-12: Timer0 and Timer1 External Clock Timings TABLE 39-19: Timer0 and Timer1 External Clock Requirements FIGURE 39-13: Capture/Compare/PWM Timings (CCP) TABLE 39-20: Capture/Compare/PWM Requirements (CCP) FIGURE 39-14: CLC Propagation Timing TABLE 39-21: Configurable Logic Cell (CLC) Characteristics FIGURE 39-15: EUSART Synchronous Transmission (Master/Slave) Timing TABLE 39-22: EUSART Synchronous Transmission Characteristics FIGURE 39-16: EUSART Synchronous Receive (Master/Slave) Timing TABLE 39-23: EUSART Synchronous Receive Requirements FIGURE 39-17: SPI Master Mode Timing (CKE = 0, SMP = 0) FIGURE 39-18: SPI Master Mode Timing (CKE = 1, SMP = 1) FIGURE 39-19: SPI Slave Mode Timing (CKE = 0) FIGURE 39-20: SPI Slave Mode Timing (CKE = 1) TABLE 39-24: SPI Mode requirements FIGURE 39-21: I2C Bus Start/Stop Bits Timing TABLE 39-25: I2C Bus Start/Stop Bits Requirements FIGURE 39-22: I2C Bus Data Timing TABLE 39-26: I2C Bus Data Requirements 40.0 DC and AC Characteristics Graphs and Charts 41.0 Development Support 42.0 Packaging Information Appendix A: Data Sheet Revision History Revision B (6/2019) Revision A (6/2017) The Microchip WebSite Customer Change Notification Service Customer Support Product Identification System Trademarks Worldwide Sales
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