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  1. I purchased a PMOD RTCC board which has a battery holder on it. The manual lists a few options so I bought the CR1216. It is too thin and fall out of the holder. Is the battery holder wrong? What is the true battery that fits snug in the holder? I don't want to waste money trying different batteries. I expected your documentation to be better than this.
  2. I would like to know the crystal ppm for the crystal populated on PMOD-RTCC (using the MCP791410T real time clock calendar). Is a BOM available for this module?
  3. Hello there, as far as I know all PIC32 chips have integrated RTCC capabilities. On the Uno32 board RTCC can be used after soldering an oscillator to a spot for it marked as X2. What about the CMOD board? It has a PIC32MX150F128D, but I am unable to find the location reserved for soldering in the oscillator. So my question - how does one use RTCC with the Chipkit CMOD microcontroller module? Thank you in advance!