Product Releases

8-bit Microcontroller

Wed, 12/27/2006 - 11:10am

Microchip Technology Inc. announces the four-member PIC18F4321 8-bit microcontroller family with advanced peripherals, low pin count, small-footprint package options and low power consumption via nanoWatt technology. This family offers engineers a more cost-effective entry point to Microchip's PIC18 high-end 8-bit microcontroller family, with increased performance and peripherals at a lower price, while maintaining a seamless upward migration path to more memory, peripherals and performance. Many designs require a high-performance 8-bit microcontroller with advanced peripherals, but relatively small memory.  The PIC18F4321 provides two serial ports for expanded connectivity, a high-speed 13-channel, 10-bit analog-to-digital (A/D) converter with auto acquisitioning for faster measurements and lower code overhead and nanoWatt technology features to reduce power consumption and prolong battery life.


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