32-Bit Micro Fits In 5.5 mm2

April 9, 2009
Renesas fits its latest r32c/100 series 32-bit microcontroller into a 64-pin quad flat no-lead package (QFP), 80-pin QFP, and 100-pin, 5.5- by 5.5-mm land-grid array (LGA) package. the 50-MHz r32c/111 sips 600 µA/MHz. it has up to 512 kb

Renesas fits its latest r32c/100 series 32-bit microcontroller into a 64-pin quad flat no-lead package (QFP), 80-pin QFP, and 100-pin, 5.5- by 5.5-mm land-grid array (LGA) package. the 50-MHz r32c/111 sips 600 µA/MHz. it has up to 512 kbytes of flash memory and 63 kbytes of rAM. A 32- by 32-bit multiply-accumulate (MAc) augments the floating-point unit. the chip has nine serial ports; a 26-channel, 10-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADc); and a two-channel, 8-bit digital-to-analog converter (DAc). it supports 3- to 5-V operation. Pricing starts at $5.40.

RENESAS TECHNOLOGY AMERICAwww.renesas.com

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