Flash Data Memory is Added to Baseline Microcontrollers
Tue, 03/11/2008 - 8:03am
Microchip Technology, Inc. announces its PIC12F519 and PIC16F526 Baseline 8-bit Flash PIC microcontrollers with non-volatile Flash Data Memory (FDM) in 8- and 14-pin packages. With the availability of 64 bytes of data memory, combined with an 8 MHz internal oscillator, a device reset timer (DRT), up to three channels of 8-bit analog-to-digital conversion (ADC) and up to two comparators, users have a diverse feature set to select from when integrating digital intelligence in low-cost applications. Through the integration of FDM and analog functionality onto its Baseline 8- and 14-pin microcontrollers, the microcontrollers provide an option for many design engineers to store configuration and calibration data, counters or small look-up tables without external non-volatile memory.