Microcontrollers

Microcontrollers, programmers, evaluation kits & demonstration boards.

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...

Holtek New BC2302A Sub-1GHz Superheterodyne OOK
Holtek New BC2302A/B Sub-1GHz Superheterodyne OOK RF Receiver ICs

Holtek is delighted to announce the release of its new Sub-1 GHz Superheterodyne OOK high performance RF receiver ICs, the BC2302A and BC2302B...

Sensor Module Development Kits Arduino Raspberry
Sensor Module Development Kits for Arduino and Raspberry Pi

TE Connectivity announced general availability of AmbiMate MS4 sensor module development kits. The kits allow global engineering and development teams to build prototypes and evaluation boards for systems incorporating TE’s state-of-the-art AmbiMate MS4 Series sensor modules...

New Renesas Synergy Low-Power S1JA Microcontrollers
New Renesas Synergy Low-Power S1JA Microcontrollers with Integrated Programmable Analog Simplify Designs and Reduce BOM for Industrial IoT Sensor Applications

Renesas Electronics expanded its Renesas Synergy S1 microcontroller series with the introduction of the S1JA MCU Group. The ultra-low power S1JA MCUs feature the 48 MHz Arm® Cortex-M23 core and integrate best-in-class programmable analog and security functions...

STMicroelectronics Compact STM8L001 Microcontroller Covers Essentials
STMicroelectronics' Compact STM8L001 Microcontroller Covers Essentials for Smart Devices, as it Cuts Power, Cost, and Footprint

The STM8L001 ultra-low-power microcontroller from STMicroelectronics targets cost-conscious applications, by combining ST’s highly efficient 8-bit core with essential and effective peripherals, in the compact, low-pin-count SO-8 outline...

Create DAC microcontroller ADC
Create a DAC from a microcontroller's ADC

Few microcontrollers include a DAC. Although you can easily find an inexpensive DAC to control from your microcontroller, you can use unused peripherals instead of adding parts...

Create Cloud-Connected Embedded Systems Microchip Technology
Create Cloud-Connected Embedded Systems with Microchip Technology and Amazon Web Services' Expanded Offerings

Cloud-connected systems are becoming increasingly important across a wide range of industries. From agriculture to smart cities and consumer to industrial, real-time accessibility to systems and data is a game-changing element for these industries, accelerating both the pace and efficiency of business...

STM8 Nucleo Boards STMicroelectronics Connect 8-bit
STM8 Nucleo Boards from STMicroelectronics Connect 8-bit Projects to Open-Source Hardware Resources

STMicroelectronics has introduced two STM8 Nucleo development boards, letting the 8-bit world experience the ease of access and extensibility already proven with the STM32 Nucleo range...

Increase Functionality Sensor Nodes New 8-bit
Increase Functionality in Sensor Nodes with New 8-bit tinyAVR MCUs

AVR microcontrollers have long been used to create highly responsive sensor nodes because of their cost effectiveness and ease of implementation. To enhance the capability and responsiveness of applications in these settings, Microchip Technology has expanded its tinyAVR MCU series...

surprising differences between ARM MCU cores
The surprising differences between ARM MCU cores that appear to be identical

There are many reasons why the ARM Cortex-M series of processor cores has come to dominate the market for 32bit microcontrollers. Across the many varieties of Cortex-M cores, design engineers can choose from an array of performance, power consumption and communications capabilities, allowing them to find an ARM based MCU which will be suitable for almost any application...