MSC adds 78 microcontrollers from Renesas Electronics to its product portfolio
The new derivatives of the V850ES/Jx3-L product family are available in a variety of different packages and memory versions. These range from 6 mm x 6 mm x 0.75 mm 40-pin QFN package with 16 KByte flash memory to 121-pin BGA package with a maximum of 512 KByte flash memory. A power consumption of only 0.9 mW/MIPS and a standby current consumption of significantly less than 1 µA with activated real-time clock including calendar functionality.
The smallest version is provided in a 64-pin package. The devices, with up to 512 KByte flash memory and 124 KByte of RAM, are fully software compatible to the cost-optimized V850ES/Jx3-H series, which is now also available in extremely space-saving 40-pin and 48-pin QFN packages.
All of the new derivatives have the same features in common: integrated low-voltage detection, watchdog timer, calendar, high-speed 10-bit A/D converter as well as a large number of serial interfaces such as UART, SPI and I2C. Furthermore, a variety of security functions such as clock monitor, CRC, flash protection and bootloader update ensure a high level of reliability.
Samples and starter kits are already available from MSC. www.msc-ge.com
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