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The new USB Access Line MCUs, in densities from 16 Kbytes to 128 Kbytes, integrate a USB Full-Speed Device peripheral in a competitively priced, low- power family.
The company is now expanding the family to provide up to 512 Kbytes of on-chip Flash, larger SRAM and extra features for displays, sound, storage and advanced control.
The memory choices in the family are now 256 kbytes of code Flash with 64 kbytes of RAM, 128 kbytes of Flash with 32 kbytes of RAM, and 64 kbytes of Flash with 16 kbytes of RAM; all devices include 16 kbytes of data Flash memory.
NASDAQ: MCHP), a leading provider of microcontroller and analog semiconductors, today announced the four-member PIC18F4685 family of high-performance, low-power 8-bit Controller Area Network (CAN) microcontrollers with 80 or 96 Kbytes of Flash and integrated EEPROM memory to accommodate the growing complexity of CAN applications.
The dsPIC30F3010 and dsPIC30F3011 motor control and power conversion family DSCs feature 24 Kbytes of Flash program memory and can operate at full speed using an internal oscillator.
There are a few enhanced TCP versions capable of using up to 512 Kbytes or larger windows.
The compact new stack, optimized for deeply embedded applications with tight size and cost constraints, occupies less than 40 kbytes of memory and can support IPv4, IPv6, and dual-mode IPv4/IPv6 traffic.
The library is designed for dsPIC DSCs with a minimum of 33 Kbytes of Flash and 4 Kbytes of RAM, along with an integrated codec interface.
Conversely, the PIC18F4321 offers the ideal amount of Enhanced Flash program memory -- up to 8 Kbytes -- to maintain cost-effective pricing.
TMP91FW60FG/DFG is a 16-bit device that offers a combination of 128 Kbytes of flash memory and 8 Kbytes of RAM plus 5 volt (V)-compliance, making it ideal for robust industrial and white goods applications.
By integrating a 10BASE-T Ethernet controller onto a 10 MIPS PIC18 microcontroller with up to 128 Kbytes of Flash program memory, Microchip is providing embedded systems designers with a single-chip remote-communication solution for a wide range of applications.