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I went with the best thing I could come up with and assumed that as I can see text at times, then the pic is oscillating. Join Date Jan Posts Not real happy with a couple of the Datashset solder pads for the pic.

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Checking the 16F does indeed show it’s got internal oscillator. Floating pins on PICs can do some pretty weird stuff, or on logic chips of any sort. I’ve never used that line before and always used 4-bit LCDs. Both have internal oscillators to 8mhz. LCD showing mostly jibberish on 16F Hi, Actually, according to the product selector on Microchips website only 18 out of around models which are in production is missing an internal oscillator of one type or another.

Some of the config lines in the code might need removing as you are using a different family of PICs than the one I used for testing. Having said that, in my circuit the OSC pins are left floating.

Reading a Hex value from a Modem and showing it as Decimal. I haven’t used this pic before so might have some config wrong. LCD showing mostly jibberish on 16F Your open pins were probably acting like little fatasheet and picking up something nearby on occasion that just happened to be what the pic was expecting as an OSC frequency, hence the occasional flicker of life.


So, I think it’s either a slow controller or a hardware problem like one of the datalines not reaching the controller.

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LCD showing mostly jibberish on 16F After reading more datasheet and looking at the PBP inc file for this chip, the best I came up with in my tired state is to change my first line to LCD showing mostly jibberish on 16F That’s just weird, selecting No and None in the Internal Oscillator column of the product selector produced the above list.

LCD showing mostly jibberish on 16F I must admit I’m surprised that it doesn’t have a built in oscillator. I’d add a note to the post with the list but unfortunately I’m not trusted to edit my own posts.

LCD showing mostly jibberish on 16F Thanks for thereply.

I made the pcb with a cnc machine, the socket is very close to the pic and the lcd is plugged straight into it. I added it anyway and no satasheet. The leg has solder, and the pad has solder, but not convinced they are soldered together.

I’m just glad I’m able to shift some of the blame from myself to Microchip in this instance. Thought that all pics had that?? LCD is on port B Code:.

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Similar Threads Microcode studio not showing data, though it is dwtasheet it By Tina10 in forum Schematics. I feel stupid for claiming I’ve done this before but not knowing how to set option reg bits.


Members who have read this thread: LCD showing mostly jibberish on 16F I have used both the pic16f and which are in dafasheet list. I’m using the dos-based pickit2 so I don’t get to choose the option bits before I hit program. With both OSC pins floating you have neither.


And it doesn’t seem to be in your list Henrik. I’m surprised it worked at all with no external osc components. I’m sure I recall using a specific command to use the internal osc in the past, whereas this datasheet indicates clearing option register bit 5 will turn it on? Tomorrow I’ll resolder at the workshop and cross my fingers.

LCD showing mostly jibberish on 16F It seems unclear to me in the datasheet what frequency the internal OSC runs at vatasheet if any external components are required.

I put a 4 line lcd on and the same problem occurs. I have replaced the pic already and suspect I didn’t datazheet enough heat onto the pad 2nd time round.

The time now is Set the command and data times up higher, still the same. LCD showing mostly jibberish on 16F All is good.

Apart from that it’s the usual suspects like ADC and comparators but your device doesn’t have any of that on the pins used so that can’t be it. I put a 4Mhz osc on it thismorning, works perfectly. Glad you got it sorted!