PIC12F675 microcontroller as Flip Flop




Code to make a 12F675 operate as a D-type or JK-type flip flop

Since I implemented a D type flip flop using the PIC Logic Elements I thought I might go the other way and implement an entire D type flip flop in a single PIC.  This uses the edge triggered and port change status interrupts and was an opportunity to have a play with interrupts on the PIC.

12F675 as Flip Flop

As written this code will cause a PIC to function as a negative edge triggered D type flip flop with active low Set and Reset inputs.

‘D’ type flip flop

Following the D type flip flop I’ve hacked it round to make a JK flip flop. This implementation has one extra ‘feature’  that a normal discrete logic device doesn’t have. After a reset, port GPIO5 (pin 2) is read and the logic level used to select either a positive or negative clock edge.
GPIO5 = 1, negative edge (GPIO5 uses weak pull-up, so no external resistor is needed)
GPIO5 = 0, positive edge

 

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