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Figure 2.2 Microchip s information page for the PIC18F2550, listing various information resources available for the device.
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Packaging information Miscellaneous information Microchip sales and support contact information
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This list of information is consistent for all PIC microcontroller datasheets, but you will nd some variances for different part numbers. These variances could be a result
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of the datasheets being older (and being in a slightly different format) or because the chip has special features, which require the addition of extra sections. The most important page when guring out which PIC MCU to select is the part summary at the start of the datasheet. This page should have enough information for you to decide whether the speci c part number will work in your planned application. Much of this data is available at Microchip s Web site, both in a page view (like in the datasheet) for you to review the part number s features as well as in selection tables to allow you to compare part numbers to identify which parts best meet your requirements. Throughout this book, I will reference the information in the other sections of the datasheet and point out what you should be looking for in the datasheets, but to begin you should just be comfortable with the summary page. When you start working with PIC microcontrollers, I recommend that you have a complete datasheet available for your use. If you have a Microchip representative you can call upon, you can probably get printed and bound copies of the datasheets but most likely you will have to print your own. When I print out datasheets, I normally print them out on two sides of a piece of paper using the technique shown in Fig. 2.3. First, the even pages are printed in reverse order (this can be selected in your printing option windows) followed by putting the pages back into the printer with the blank side ready for printing (and orientated so the tops of the two sides of the page are the same). Once this is done, you can put the pages into a binder or use some other method of keeping them together. I nd it takes between 15 to 30 minutes to print out a 150-page datasheet on both sides of the paper. Microchip PIC microcontroller datasheets are stored in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format les and while you can view them online, I recommend that you save them on your PC s hard disk before attempting to print them out. Chances are you will want to go back to them at some point in the future and having them on the hard disk will let you retrieve
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Step 1 - Print Even pages only and with Reverse pages selected.
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Step 2 - Put pages back in upside down so blank side will be printed. Make sure top of printed page will be at the top of the new printed page.
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Step 3 - Print Odd pages only and without Reverse pages selected.
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Figure 2.3 To create two-sided documents, rst print the back (even page number) side in reverse order, put the pages back into the printer, and print the front (odd page number) side in ascending order.
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them much more quickly than looking them up on Microchip s Web site. It will also minimize your frustration when printing out the datasheet if some kind of problem occurs that requires you to reboot your PC. I have a fairly cheap (and old) laser printer and it isn t unusual for pages to get stuck together or jammed in the printer s mechanism. To minimize the problems, I usually keep the size of the printing to 20 to 40 double-sided pages (10 to 20 pieces of paper) at a time. I keep the page counts small because I nd that the printer does not cancel jobs effectively due to the page buffer in the printer, and if a hard stop (i.e., pulling the printer s plug) is made, the whole system may have to be rebooted. Keeping page count low minimizes the number of ruined pages if there is a problem if printing fouls up while printing a large datasheet (some can be more than 300 pages), I will have wasted most of a package of paper. With a bit of experimentation, you will learn how to best print out, bind, and use the PIC microcontroller (and other chip) datasheets most effectively.
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