Microchip Technology Inc.

Demonstration Board works with Flash microcontrollers.
Printing & Duplicating Equipment

Demonstration Board works with Flash microcontrollers.

Model PIC18FXX20 64/80L TQFP board demonstrates digital and analog peripherals of PIC18FXX20 microcontrollers. Digital features include RS232 Serial Port, ICD connection, 8 x LED for diagnostic tests, crystal clock circuit, and reset and user buttons. Analog features include potentiometer input to analog-to-digital converter input channel. Product allows for prototyping without having to design...

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Demonstration Board tests PICmicro-® Flash microcontrollers.

PICDEM(TM) 4 Demonstration Board offers multiple socket options for flexibility and immediate programming and debugging. Product offers low pin-count part features such as Local Interconnect Network and motor control using capture/compare/PWM module. Offerings include RS-232 interface, EEPROM footprint, 2 x 16 LCD, PCB footprints for H-Bridge motor driver, LIN transceiver, and in-circuit debugger...

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Agricultural & Farming Products

Development Kit facilitates microcontroller design tasks.

PICKit(TM) 1 Flash Starter Kit is a programmer, evaluation, and development kit for use with company's 8- and 14-pin Flash-based microcontrollers. Printed circuit board features USB-powered programming tool that runs on PC. Evaluation area features 8 LEDs, potentiometer, switch and sample 8-pin PIC12F675 Flash device. Development area features snap-off prototype board that enables users to...

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Serial EEPROM is 512 kbit I2C(TM) compatible.
Computer Hardware & Peripherals

Serial EEPROM is 512 kbit I2C(TM) compatible.

Housed in 8-pad, dual flat no-lead (DFN), 6 x 5 mm package, Models 24LC512, 24AA512, and 24FC512 are implemented in PMOS Electrically Erasable Cell (PEEC) process technology. Measuring 0.9 mm thick, devices have page-write capability of up to 128 bytes and are capable of random reads throughout entire array. Additional features include 5 msec write time, 400 KHz clock rate throughout operating...

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Agricultural & Farming Products

Microcontrollers provide single phase motor control.

Series PIC18FXX39 PICmicroÂ-® Flash microcontrollers include Programmable Motor Processor Technology(TM), which provides modulated output over range of 0-127 Hz, and has pre-defined variable frequency curve that can be programmed to suit application. In addition to self-reprogrammable Flash memory functions, units feature two 10-bit PWMs, 256 bytes on-board data EEPROM, and up to 10 MIPS...

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Microcontroller features nanoWatt technology.
Agricultural & Farming Products

Microcontroller features nanoWatt technology.

Series PIC18FXX20 PICmicroÂ-® Flash offers 6 power-managed modes, 0.1 Â-µA power consumption in standby mode, and operating voltage from 2-5.5 V. Re-programmable Flash enables fix-on-the-fly capability and one-time validation. Device provides 8 Kbytes of Flash program memory, 512 bytes of RAM, 256 bytes of EEPROM, and internal multi-frequency oscillator up to 8 MHz. In-Circuit Serial...

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Serial EEPROMs come in tiny package.
Computer Hardware & Peripherals

Serial EEPROMs come in tiny package.

Microwire(TM) units, housed in 6-lead SOT-23 packages, support densities from 1-4 kbits. Utilizing PMOS Electrically Erasable Cell (PEEC) process technology, dedicated 8-bit and 16-bit word Microwire devices have surface area of 8.26 mmÂ-². Series 93XX46A, 93XX56A, and 93XX66A devices offer operating voltages down to 2.5 V, active current of 1 mA, and standby current of 1 Â-µA. For...

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Agricultural & Farming Products

Microcontrollers offer quick start-up of 2 microseconds.

Models PIC16F630 and PIC16F676 14-pin PICmicro Flash microcontrollers feature analog-to-digital converter and internal oscillator. PMOS Electrically Erasable Cell process technology provides erase/write endurance, retention, and disturb reliability for program and on-chip data EEPROM memory. Typical standby current is 100 nA at 2.0 V, and operating voltage is 2-5.5 V. Units offer 1792 Kbytes of...

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