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1 PIC18 Timer Programming g Hi Hsiao-Lung Chan Dept Electrical Engineering Chang Gung University, Taiwan

2 Functions of PIC18 timer Functions of the timer Generate a time delay As a counter to count events happening outside the microcontroller Clock sources of the timer Internal clock pulse 1/4 th of the frequency of the crystal oscillator on the OSC1 and OSC2 pins (Fosc/4) Usually used to generate a time delay External clock pulse Usually used as a counter 2

3 Registers of the timer Special function registers (SFRs) Timer1 Timer0 3

4 Timer0 registers Timer0 can be used as an 8-bit or 16-bit timer Can be assessed like any SFRs MOVWF TMR0L MOVFF TMR0H, PORTC 4

5 T0CON (Timer0 control) register Set various timer operation mode 5

6 TMR0IF flag bit in INTCON (interrupt control register) T0CS=0 TMR0ON 6

7 Timer0 16-bit block diagram Fosc/4 T0CKI pin T0SE Sync with internal clock TMR0L TMR0 high byte Set interrupt flag TMR0IF T0CS T0PS2:T0PS0 PSA Parallel operations with TMR0L read or write TMR0H Should load TMR0H first, and then TMR0L 7

8 Find the frequency of the square wave on the PORTB.5 bit if XTAL = 10 MHz BCF TRISB, 5 MOVLW 0x08 ; Timer0, 16-bit, internal clock, no prescale MOVWF T0CON Clock period = 1 / (1/4 x 10 MHz) = 0.4 s HERE MOVLW 0x76 Counting clocks FFFFH 7634H + 1 = 35,276 MOVWF TMR0H time delay = 35,276 x 0.4 s = ms MOVLW 0x34 frequency = 1/(14.11 ms x 2) = Hz MOVWF TMR0L BCF INTCON, TMR0IF ; clear Timer0 interrupt flag CALL DELAY BTG PORTB, 5 BRA HERE DELAY BSF T0CON, TMR0ON ; start Timer0 AGAIN BTFSS INTCON, TMR0IF ; monitor Timer0 interrupt flag BRA AGAIN BCF T0CON, TMR0ON ;stoptimer0 RETURN 8

9 Assume that XTAL = 10 MHz, modify previous program for a period of 10 ms A period of 10ms atimedelayof5ms ms XTAL = 10 MHz ¼ fosc = 2.5 MHz Counter counts up every 0.4 s Need 5 ms / 0.4 s = 12,500 clocks Initial value for TMR0 = 65, , = CF2CH TMR0H = CF TMR0L = 2C 9

10 Use prescaler to generate a large time delay (assume that XTAL = 10 MHz) BCF TRISB, 2 MOVLW 0x05 ; Timer0, 16-bit, internal clock, prescaler 64 MOVWF T0CON HERE MOVLW 0x01 FFFFH 0108H + 1 = 65,272 MOVWF TMR0H 65,272 x 64 x 0.4 s = sec MOVLW 0x08 MOVWF TMR0L BCF INTCON, TMR0IF ; clear Timer0 interrupt flag CALL DELAY BTG PORTB, 2 BRA HERE DELAY BSF T0CON, TMR0ON ; start Timer0 AGAIN BTFSS INTCON, TMR0IF ; monitor Timer0 interrupt flag BRA AGAIN BCF T0CON, TMR0ON ;stoptimer0 RETURN 10

11 Largest time delay that can be achieved Set TMR0 to 0000 count from 0000 to FFFF 65,536 clocks Set prescaler 256 Time delay = 4 s x 256 x 65,536 = 67,108,864 s 11

12 8-bit mode programming g of Timer0 Fosc/4 T0CKI pin T0SE T0PS2:T0PS0 PSA Sync with internal clock TMR0 Set interrupt flag TMR0IF T0CS 12

13 Find the frequency of the square wave if XTAL = 10 MHz BCF TRISB, 3 BCF INTCON, TMR0IF ; clear Timer0 interrupt flag MOVLW 0x48 ; Timer0, 8-bit, internal clock, no prescale MOVWF T0CON HERE MOVLW -D 150 MOVWF TMR0L Delay subroutine = 150 x 0.4 s = 60 s BSF PORTB, 3 T = high portion + low portion CALL DELAY = 2 x 60 s + 60 s = 180 s MOVWF TMR0L CALL DELAY BCF PORTB, 3 MOVWF TMR0L CALL DELAY BRA HERE DELAY BSF T0CON, TMR0ON ; start Timer0 AGAIN BTFSS INTCON, TMR0IF ; monitor Timer0 interrupt flag BRA BCF AGAIN T0CON, TMR0ON ; stop Timer0 13

14 Counter programming g using Timer0 Set T0CS (Timer0 clock source) in T0CON to 1 Get pulses from T0CKI (Timer0 clock input): RA4 (PORTA.4) 14

15 Clock pulses are fed into T0CKI and a buzzer is connected to PORTB.1. Sound the buzzer after counting 100 pulses BCF TRISB, 1 ; RB1 as an output to a buzzer BSF TRISA, 4 ; RA4 as an input for clock-in MOVLW 0x68 ; Timer0, 8-bit, external clock, no prescale MOVWF T0CON MOVLW -D 100 MOVWF TMR0L BSF T0CON, TMR0ON ; start Timer0 AGAIN BTFSS INTCON, TMR0IF ; monitor Timer0 interrupt t flag BRA BCF OVER BTG PORTB, 1 CALL DELAY GOTO OVER AGAIN T0CON, TMR0ON ; stop Timer0 15

16 Timer1 Only support 16-bit mode Set interrupt flag TMR1IF on overflow CCP Special Event Trigger TMR1H TMR1L TMR1ON T1SYNC T1OSO/T1CKI T1OSCEN T1OSI Fosc/4 T0PS1:T0PS0 TMR1CS 16

17 T1CON (Timer1 control) register 17

18 PIR1 (interrupt control register 1) 18

19 Assume XTAL = 10 MHz, use Timer1 maximum prescaler to generate a square wave of 50 Hz BCF TRISB, 5 MOVLW 0x30 ; Timer1, 16-bit, internal clock, prescaler 1:8 MOVWF T1CON HERE MOVLW 0xF3 FFFFH F3CBH + 1 = 3125 MOVWF TMR1H 3125 x 8 x 0.4 s = 10 ms MOVLW 0xCB frequency = 1/(2x10ms) = 50 Hz MOVWF TMR1L BCF PIR1, TMR1IF ; clear Timer1 interrupt flag CALL DELAY BTG PORTB, RB5 BRA HERE DELAY BSF T1CON, TMR1ON ; start Timer1 AGAIN BTFSS PIR1, TMR1IF ; monitor Timer1 interrupt flag BRA AGAIN BCF PIR1, TMR1ON ;stoptimer1 RETURN 19

20 Counter programming g using Timer1 Two options for the external clock source The clock fed into T1CKI pin The clock from a crystal connected to T1OSI and T1OSO pins where a 32-kHz crystal is connected to External clock source option (TMR1CS) is set to 1 Timer1 oscillator enable bit (T1OSCEN) is set to 1 SLEEP mode SLEEP instruction shut down main crystal to save power Timer1 is still enable for on-chip RTC (real-time clock) 20

21 Assume that a 1-Hz pulse is fed into T1CKI, display the counter values on ports B and D. BSF TRISC, RC0 ; RC0 as an input for clock-in CLRF TRISB CLRF TRISD MOVLW 0x02 ; Timer1, 16-bit, external clock, no prescale MOVWF T1CON HERE MOVLW 0x0 MOVWF TMR1H MOVLW 00 0x0 MOVWF TMR1L BCF PIR1, TMR1IF BSF T1CON, TMR1ON ; start Timer1 AGAIN MOVFF TMR1H, PORTD MOVFF TMR1L, PORTB BTFSS PIR1, TMR1IF ; monitor Timer1 flag BRA BCF GOTO AGAIN PIR1, TMR1ON ; stop Timer1 HERE 21

22 Timer2 block diagram 8-bit timer Set interrupt flag TMR2IF Fosc/4 T2CKPS1:T2CKPS0 TOUTPS3:TOUTPS0 CCP Special Event Trigger 22

23 T2CON (Timer2 control) register 23

24 PIR1 (interrupt control register 1) 24

25 Assume that XTAL = 10 MHz, turn on PORTB4 when TMR2 reach 100 BCF TRISB, 4 BCF PORTB, 4 MOVLW 0x0 ; Timer2, no prescale or postscale MOVWF T2CON MOVLW 00 0x0 MOVWF TMR2 MOVLW D 100 MOVWF PR2 BCF PIF1, TMR2IF ; clear Timer2 interrupt flag BSF T2CON, TMR2ON ; start Timer2 AGAIN BTFSS INTCON, TMR0IF ; monitor Timer0 interrupt flag BRA AGAIN BSF PORTB, 4 BCF T2CON, TMR2ON ; stop Timer2 HERE BRA HERE 25

26 Timer3 block diagram 16-bit timer or counter Set interrupt flag TMR3IF on overflow CCP Special Trigger Fosc/4 T3CKPS1:T3CKPS0 26

27 T3CON (Timer3 control) register 27

28 PIR2 (interrupt control register 2) 28

29 Generate a square wave of 50 Hz on the PORTB.5 bit if XTAL = 10 MHz BCF TRISB, 5 MOVLW 0x0 ; Timer3, 16-bit, internal clock, no prescale MOVWF T3CON HERE MOVLW 0x9E FFFFH 9E58H + 1 = 25,000 clocks MOVWF TMR3H time delay = 25,000 x 0.4 s = 1 ms MOVLW 0x58 frequency = 1/(1 ms x 2) = 50 Hz MOVWF TMR3L BCF PIR2, TMR3IF ; clear Timer3 interrupt flag CALL DELAY BTG PORTB, RB5 BRA HERE DELAY BSF T3CON, TMR3ON ; start Timer3 AGAIN BTFSS PIR2, TMR3IF ; monitor Timer3 interrupt flag BRA AGAIN BCF T3CON, TMR3ON ;stoptimer3 RETURN 29

30 Reference M.A. Mazidi, R.D. Mckinlay, D Causey, PIC Microcontroller and Embedded Systems Using Assembly and C for PIC18, Pearson Education Inc., Han-Way Huang, PIC Microcontroller: An Introduction to Software and Hardware Interfacing, Thomson Delmar Learning,

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