Low-power 16-bit MCUs target battery-powered applications

25-02-2015 | Digikey | Semiconductors

Digi-Key now stocks Microchip's nanoWatt XLP PIC24FJ eXtreme low-power, 16-bit MCUs. The devices include advanced low-power features including a low-voltage sleep mode that maintains the device state and RAM with a typical current of 340nA. Also included is a VBAT pin that automatically transitions the RTCC to a battery supply when VDD is removed. The family also includes a 480 segment LCD driver with 60 segment x 8 common drive capability. The combination of features makes the part ideally suited to a number of battery powered and general-purpose applications.

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