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[SOLVED] [Moved] Proteus, PIC18f458 and High/Low Voltage Detection

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Chris La Batte Leroy

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Hi all,

I'm currently working with two friends on a small project for school which has us use a LM35 with a PIC18f458 to display temperature on two 7-seg with a CP program running it all.

We however keep getting the same error message, telling us that "High/Low Voltage Detection is not modelled". Checking online, it seems that the Proteus VSM for PIC18 does not have High/Low Voltage Detection modelling. It says so in the limitations.

Is there any solution to overcome this quirk ?

Thanks,

C. Leroy
 

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Please zip and post your complete project files and also the Proteus file. I will have a look at it.
 

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You are getting the below error

[PIC18] PC=0x0034. High/Low Voltage Detection is not modelled. Writing to HLVDCON/LVDCON just stores the data in the register. [U1]
because those registers are not modelled in Proteus. You continue your work with the coding. That won't cause any problem.
 

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