22 July 2015

Product news from Microchip




Featuring Core Independent Peripherals that enable functions in a broad range of applications—such as consumer electronics, IoT and safety-critical systems— the PIC16F18877 is the first MCU with ADC computation and first PIC16 device with new low-power modes.

Manufactured with Microchip’s high-performance SuperFlash® technology, the SST26WF080B and SST26WF040B are the newest additions to 1.8V Serial Quad I/O™ (SQI) SuperFlash® Memory family of devices. In addition to providing the industry’s fastest erase times, they feature a small form factor and low power consumption for the next generation of portable battery-powered embedded designs including Internet of Things applications.

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The PAC1921 is the world’s first high-side current sensor with both a digital output, as well as a configurable analog output that can present power, current or voltage over the single output pin. Simultaneously, all power related output values are also available over the 2-Wire digital bus, which is compatible with I2C™.

The MCP8025/6 can power a broad range of dsPIC® Digital Signal Controllers and PIC® microcontrollers used in automotive BLDC motor applications and drive six n-channel MOSFETs. Their 150°C ambient temperature, low sleep current of 5µA (typ.) and LIN transceiver make them particularly well suited for under-the-hood automotive applications such as pumps and HVAC blowers.

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