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Learn all about working with this PIC in our introduction to the PIC 24F series. We couldn’t get the PIC hardware I2C to work, so we used this helpful library. RS232: check UART for byte and return, or fail if empty. The first command is a write command, we use the hexadecimal equivalent of the write address (0b10100110 = 0xa6) to save a bit of typing.
The software doesn’t take into account the I2C speed setting, and seems to work at about 5KHz. The address pointer is set to the location where we wrote our data (0 0). The read address is the device address, with the last bit set to 1 ( 0b10100111 or 0xa7).
Read about programming and working with this chip in our PIC24F tutorial. We can test this chip without bread-boarding a big circuit or writing code.
If you don’t have a PIC debugger, several readers recommend the under- ICD2 clones on e Bay. The picture shows an 24LC1025 connected to the Bus Pirate.
Each power pin needs a decoupling capacitor(C12,13), and the MCLR function requires a resistor (R7) between pin 1 and 3.3volts. Terminals should be set to ASCII mode with local echo, we used the Windows serial terminal. The Bus Pirate should respond to any single line feed type (0x0a, 0x0d), or both (Windows style).
The PIC has an internal voltage regulator that requires a 10u F tantalum capacitor (C3), though we used a plain electrolytic capacitor without issue. Microchip’s EEPROMS are popular permanent-storage memory chips, the 24LC1025 has 128Kbytes of storage with an I2C interface.
Use this library to work with non-I2C 2 wire devices, like smartcards or Sensirion SHT11 temperature/humidity sensors.
This is a generic 3 wire protocol library, similar to SPI but without the constraints of a hardware module.
Pins 14,15,16,17,18,21, and 22, are digital only, which we determined by looking through the datasheet and eliminating any pins with an analog connection type (table 1-2, pages 11-16). The on-board SDA/SCL pull-up resistors hold the I2C bus high, and eliminate the need for external resistors.
Hardware Click for a full size PCB placement image (PNG). Raw 3 wire mode uses the same pin configuration as SPI. The circuit and PCB are designed using the freeware version of Cadsoft Eagle. We used a PIC24FJ64GA002 microcontroller in the Bus Pirate; this is the same chip we used in our mini-server project.
It’s fast enough to do everything we want (16MIPS), and the peripheral pin select feature allows the hardware SPI, UART, and I2C modules to share output pins. Using it Here are two examples that show the Bus Pirate in action.
Use this library to work with devices that use non-8bit compatible 3-wire protocols, like the Sparkfun Nokia 6100 LCD knock-off. This table shows the pin connections for each bus mode.
Many 3 wire protocols can be formed using the bus manipulations available in this mode. Raw 2 wire mode uses the same pin configuration as I2C.