Microchip Technology Inc. (Chandler, AZ) has announced two Baseline 8- bit Flash PIC® microcontrollers with non-volatile Flash Data Memory (FDM) in 8- and 14-pin packages. The microcontrollers have 41 bytes to 67 bytes of data RAM memory, an 8 MHz internal oscillator, a 1.125 ms Device Reset Timer (DRT), up to three channels of 8-bit Analog-to-Digital Conversion (ADC), and up to two comparators.
Microchip's PIC12F519 (8-pin) and PIC16F526 (14-pin) microcontrollers provide a cost-effective option for design engineers to store configuration and calibration data, counters, or small look-up tables without external non-volatile memory. The microcontrollers have a low power sleep current of 100 nA and a wide operating voltage range from 2 to 5.5 volts. Package sizes are as small as 2 × 3 mm DFN.
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