Microcontrollers

Microcontrollers, programmers, evaluation kits & demonstration boards.

Ultra-Reliable Arm Cortex-M4F Microcontroller Maxim Integrated
Ultra-Reliable Arm Cortex-M4F Microcontroller from Maxim Integrated Offers Industry's Lowest Power Consumption and Smallest Size for Industrial, Healthcare and IoT Sensor Applications

Reduce power consumption and size while increasing reliability of industrial, healthcare and internet of things applications with the MAX32670 low-power Arm Cortex®-M4 microcontroller...

New Functional Safety Ready AVR DA
New Functional Safety Ready AVR DA Microcontroller Family Enables Real-Time Control, Connectivity and HMI Applications

Next-generation AVR MCU family features core independent peripherals, advanced analog and on-chip communications...

HOLTEK New HT32F59041 Enhanced 24-bit ARM
HOLTEK New HT32F59041 Enhanced 24-bit A/D ARM Cortex-M0+ MCU

Holtek is delighted to announce the release of its new Enhanced 24-bit A/D ARM Cortex-M0+ MCU, the HT32F59041. The device is especially suitable for high accuracy measurement products such as electronic scales...

New STM32WB Wireless Microcontrollers STMicroelectronics Delivered
New STM32WB Wireless Microcontrollers from STMicroelectronics Delivered in a New Affordable Value Line

STM32WB50 Value Line wireless microcontrollers from STMicroelectronics are a full and pin-compatible derivative of the STM32WB55 System-on-Chip, created to serve cost-sensitive connected devices that need to support Bluetooth® 5.0, ZigBee® 3.0, or OpenThread...

Renesas Electronics Introduces Ultra-Small RX651 32-Bit
Renesas Electronics Introduces Ultra-Small RX651 32-Bit Microcontrollers for IoT Connectivity Modules and Space-Constrained Edge Devices

Renesas Electronics announced four new RX651 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) supplied in ultra-small 64-pin BGA and LQFP packages. The new lineup expands Renesas’ popular RX651 MCU Group with a 64-pin BGA package...

In-Circuit Programming Switch Simplifies Operation Programmable
In-Circuit Programming Switch Simplifies Operation Of Programmable Devices

Many devices require programming through a serial bus, such as I2C. The programming can be done during final test, after the circuit board has been assembled. In many cases, the pins used for programming can then be utilized for something else during normal operation...

circuit use PIC peripheral outputs simultaneously
A circuit to use PIC peripheral outputs simultaneously

In PIC microcontrollers, the MSSP module uses multiplexed pins for the I2C and SPI peripherals. There is typically no issue using either of the two peripherals. But what if both peripherals are needed simultaneously, without changing the microcontroller?...

Toshiba ARM Cortex-M4-based Microcontrollers deliver high-speed
Toshiba's ARM Cortex-M4-based Microcontrollers deliver high-speed data processing

Toshiba Electronics Europe has added the M4G Group to its TXZ Family of ARM Cortex-M-based microcontrollers for office automation equipment, audio-visual equipment, and industrial equipment...

Program PIC Processor In-Circuit Using 3.3-V
Program a PIC Processor In-Circuit Using a 3.3-V Supply

Many PIC processors require 5-V power while being programmed, yet battery-powered systems may contain low-voltage devices that will be damaged at voltages above their maximum voltage ratings...

STMicroelectronics STM8L050 Extends Choice Freedom 8-bit
STMicroelectronics' STM8L050 Extends Choice and Freedom in 8-bit Microcontrollers, with Rich Analog and DMA in Low-Cost 8-pin Package

STMicroelectronics is boosting feature integration in low-cost, low-power 8-bit microcontrollers with the new STM8L050. As the latest in the ultra-energy-conscious STM8L series, it embeds rich analog peripherals, a DMA controller, and separated data EEPROM...