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PIC32MX 32bit MCUs boast high RAM memory options

18 Jun 2013

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Microchip Technology recently announced a new family of PIC32MX3/4 microcontrollers (MCUs) in 64/16KB, 256/64KB and 512/128KB Flash/Ram configurations. Microchip's latest MCUs are coupled with comprehensive software and tools for designs in connectivity, graphics, digital audio and general-purpose embedded control.

"More designs in the consumer, appliance, medical and industrial markets are requiring high-quality, low-cost audio, capacitive touch, and graphic display capabilities as well as USB support," said Sumit Mitra, vice president of Microchip's MCU32 Division. "This new PIC32MX3/4 family and our complete solutions enable application designers to add all these features, with faster and lower-cost development, while reducing risk."

The MCUs are an expansion to the popular PIC32MX3/4 series of high-performance 32bit microcontrollers. They offer higher RAM memory options and higher integration of peripherals at a lower cost. The PIC32MX3/4 feature 28 x 10bit ADCs and 5 UARTS, 105 DMIPS performance, serial peripherals, graphic-display, capacitive-touch, connectivity and digital audio support.

The PIC32MX330F064X, PIC32MX350F128X, PIC32MX450F128X, PIC32MX350F256X, and PIC32MX450F256X are available now. The PIC32MX430F064X is expected to be available in July 2013. The PIC32MX370F512X and PIC32MX470F512X are expected to be available in September 2013. These MCUs are offered in 9x9x0.9mm, 64pin QFN, 10x10x1mm 64pin TQFP; 12x12x1mm/14x14x1mm 100-pin TQFP; and 9x9x0.9mm, 124pin VTLA packages.




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