Isolator Unit Software Setup

For PIC16F1XXX devices, you will need to enable low-voltage programming LVP mode:


Select your project in the Projects window and right click to view the context menu. Select Properties.


In the Project Properties window, select the REAL ICE™ In-Circuit Emulator category. Then select the Program Options option category.


Check 'Enable Low Voltage Programming'.

For more information on other program options, see the "MPLAB® REAL ICE™ In-Circuit Emulator User’s Guide For MPLAB X IDE" (DS50002085), “Emulator Function Summary” chapter, "Program Options" section.


Click Apply or OK.

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