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MICROCHIP  DV164035  MPLAB ICD 3, FOR PIC, DSPIC, REAL TIME DEBUGGING

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  • Manufacturer: MICROCHIP
  • Newark Part No.: 19P0223
  • Manufacturer Part No DV164035

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  • Core Architecture: PIC, dsPIC
  • Core Sub-Architecture: -
  • Features: Real-Time Debugging, Ruggedized Probe Interface, Portable, USB-Powered
  • IC Product Type: In-Circuit Debugger
  • Kit Contents: MPLAB ICD 3 module, USB cable, RJ-11 cable, interface test module, CD with MPLAB IDE software
  • SVHC: No SVHC (16-Jun-2014)
  • Silicon Family Name: -
  • Supported Devices: Flash PIC MCUs & dsPIC DSCs (8/16/32-bit)

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1 year, 8 months ago
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Description:
The DV164035 is a MPLAB ICD-3 in-circuit debugger. It is Microchip's latest and most cost-effective high-speed emulator for Microchip flash Digital signal controller (DSC) and microcontroller (MCU) devices. It debugs and programs PIC(R) flash microcontrollers and dsPIC(R) DSCs with the powerful, yet easy to use graphical user interface of MPLAB integrated development environment (IDE). MPLAB ICD-3 in-circuit debugger provides significant performance enhancements for embedded systems designers. Programming times are typically 15x faster than previous systems. A 40MHz dsPIC33 and high-speed FPGA yield faster communications, downloads and debugging. MPLAB ICD-3 in-circuit debugger/programmer supports most flash PIC MCUs and dsPIC DSCs.

Feature & Benefits:
Real-time debugging
Ruggedized probe interface
Microchip standard connectivity of RJ-11
High speed programming
Low voltage emulation
Test interface module is included with every MPLAB ICD-3
Portable, USB-powered and RoHS compliant
Ease of maintenance and feature upgrade
Low cost and powerful debugging

Applications: Embedded Design & development

Kit Contents:
MPLAB ICD-3, USB cable, Cable to connect the MPLAB ICD-3 to a header module or target board, ICD 3 test interface board, MPLAB IDE quick start guide, CD-ROM with MPLAB IDE software and document.
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I can't find a Windows 7 64-bit driver for my ICD 2
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Newer version of MPLAB will detect ICD 3 on windows 7 64-bit, after installing MPLAB follow the below steps for manual driver installation:

http://microchip.wikidot.com/mplab:how-to-manually-install-drivers-for-real-ice-or-icd
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What are all the kit contents of MPLAB ICD 3 in-circuit debugger kit (part number DV164035)?
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The MPLAB ICD 3 in-circuit debugger kit includes MPLAB ICD 3 with indicator lights, USB cable, Cable to connect the MPLAB ICD 3 to a header module or target board, ICD 3 test interface board, MPLAB IDE quick start guide, CD-ROM with MPLAB IDE software and online documentation.
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Can you suggest the difference between MPLAB ICD 3 (part number DV164035) and MPLAB ICD 2 in-circuit debugger system.
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The MPLAB ICD 3 includes features such as high speed USB, it is USB powered, it is a hardware accelerator, Provides a programmable voltage power supply, eliminates the RS-232 port and Includes a diagnostic self-test interface board.
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Can you suggest which MPLAB version used for MPLAB ICD 3 in-circuit debugger kit (part number DV164035)?
11 months ago
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MPLAB IDE v8.15 or greater is required to use the MPLAB ICD 3 in-circuit debugger.
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Can you suggest what to do when debugger gets disconnected while firmware was downloading when working with MPLAB ICD 3 in-circuit debugger kit (part number DV164035)?
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Reconnect the debugger. It will begin to erase what had been written so it can restart. This erasing will take about 7 seconds. Please be patient. The LEDs are all on during this process. When it is done, MPLAB IDE will recognize the device and start the recovery process, i.e., begin firmware download.
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Can you suggest what's in the silicon that allows it to communicate with the MPLAB ICD 3 in-circuit debugger (part number DV164035)?
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MPLAB ICD 3 in-circuit debugger can communicate with Flash silicon via the ICSP interface. It uses the debug executive located in test memory.
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Can you suggest how does MPLAB IDE interface with the MPLAB ICD 3 debugger to allow more features than older debuggers (part number DV164035)?
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MPLAB ICD 3 in-circuit debugger communicates using the debug executive located in the test area. The debug exec is streamlined for more efficient communication. The debugger contains an FPGA, large SRAM Buffers (1Mx8) and a High Speed USB interface. Program memory image is downloaded and is contained in the SRAM to allow faster programming. The FPGA in the debugger serves as an accelerator for interfacing with the device in-circuit debugger modules.
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Can you suggest whether MPLAB ICD 3 debugger have complex breakpoints (part number DV164035)?
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Yes, You can break based on a value in a data memory location. You can also do sequenced breakpoints, where several events are happening before it breaks, but you can only do 2 sequences instead of 4, as you can in the MPLAB ICE 2000. You can also do the AND condition and do PASS counts.
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Can you suggest is it possible to debug a dsPIC DSC running at any speed in MPLAB ICD 3 debugger kit (part number DV164035)?
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The MPLAB ICD 3 is capable of debugging at any device speed as specified in the device’s data sheet.
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