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    Device family is PIC16, not 18 and I am pretty sure you should only have three empty rows in the back. FYI: Any 1.8v setting is not going to work for the programmer on the 688 parts. They can run that low but need a higher voltage to program.


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    FYI: MPASM can talk to the PicKit directly. You do not need to export or import.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinMueller2003 View Post
    Device family is PIC16, not 18 and I am pretty sure you should only have three empty rows in the back. FYI: Any 1.8v setting is not going to work for the programmer on the 688 parts. They can run that low but need a higher voltage to program.

    I do not have an option for Device Family PIC16F.
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    Click "All Families". That gets you the entire list. Scroll to the 16f688 device. Nothing will work properly if you do not get the device set properly.


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    Doesn't look like the PICkit3 can be used on your PIC16F688. Appears this requires the later "MPLAB ICD 3" programming device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinMueller2003 View Post
    Click "All Families". That gets you the entire list. Scroll to the 16f688 device. Nothing will work properly if you do not get the device set properly.
    OK. I now have installed MPLAB X IDE and I do see the All Families option and on the device list, I selected PIC16F688.

    In the Power option, I have checked Power Target Circuit from Tool and it is set to 5v.

    I attache the PIC adapter and click on read and I get the errors in the image.
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    I used picKit3 on 8.92 and higher versions of the IDE


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    The PIC16F688 is the standard PIC for the SS series controllers and many other Renard controllers. It can be programed w/ the PICkit2 (I have a clone - works fine) or the PICkit3

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    Doesn't look like the PICkit3 can be used on your PIC16F688. Appears this requires the later "MPLAB ICD 3" programming device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruppro View Post
    The PIC16F688 is the standard PIC for the SS series controllers and many other Renard controllers. It can be programed w/ the PICkit2 (I have a clone - works fine) or the PICkit3
    How would I use an external power supply and load the hex onto the chip? or, what is the Pickit 3 pinout to PIC16F688 connection to bypass the PIC board.
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    I Use mpasm to program my chips actually think it was in the program (mplab x) I downloaded I found it the easiest to use
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