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which MCLR arrangement is good and recomended?

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The MCLR depends upon Micontroller ur using . SO check the MCLR current input required for that controller.
 

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For PIC16 series, which combination will give protection against unwanted resets...?
 

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The diode between VDD is typical as it keeps your 13V VPP from being pulled to VDD.
Note the 100nf cap is not such a good idea though and that 2K is lower than I'd use. 10K thru 22K are usually fine.
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blueroomelectronics said:
The diode between VDD is typical as it keeps your 13V VPP from being pulled to VDD.
Note the 100nf cap is not such a good idea though and that 2K is lower than I'd use. 10K thru 22K are usually fine.
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Hi,
But most of the ciruit use 100nf, and the diode ,I think it is needed only for programming purpose, not for a finished board.
 

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