Eight-Bit MCUs Boast Certified USB 2.0

Oct. 8, 2008
Primed for embedded duties, the eight-member PIC18F87J50 8-bit microcontroller family integrates certified USB 2.0, 12-Mb/s transceivers. The MCUs deliver 12 MIPS-performance with a wealth of I/O and a selection of analog and digital peripherals. A

Primed for embedded duties, the eight-member PIC18F87J50 8-bit microcontroller family integrates certified USB 2.0, 12-Mb/s transceivers. The MCUs deliver 12 MIPS-performance with a wealth of I/O and a selection of analog and digital peripherals. A standout feature, the family can perform as the sole controller in embedded apps. Other features include the company's nanoWatt technology, up to 65 I/Os, 128 KB of flash memory, a 12-channel, 10-bit a/d converter, and a parallel master port. Operating at frequencies up to 48 MHz, the MCUs are available in 64- and 80-pin TQFPs. Pricing starts at $2.98 each/10,000. MICROCHIP TECHNOLOGY INC., Chandler, AZ. (888) 628-6247.

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