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Rochester re-introduces AMD's AM186ED 16-bit embedded MCUs

Rochester re-introduces AMD's AM186ED 16-bit embedded MCUs
Authorised to continue manufacturing of AMD’S AM186ED (x86 architecture) 16-bit microcontroller, Rochester Electronics offers microcontrollers in 20, 25, 33 and 40MHz versions with commercial and industrial temperature ranges. Available in K and V type package options, the AM186ED microcontrollers are manufactured to meet RoHS-compliance requirements.
2nd July 2014

Sensing MCUs target HMI applications

Sensing MCUs target HMI applications
Silicon Labs has introduced the industry’s most energy-efficient capacitive sensing MCUs for HMI. The new C8051F97x MCU family combines Silicon Labs’ proven ultra-low-power technology with the industry’s fastest, most accurate capacitive sensing to provide a best-in-class touch control solution for the Internet of Things, home/building automation, consumer and industrial markets.
1st July 2014

BAM! Microcontrollers pack power efficiency into smartphones

BAM! Microcontrollers pack power efficiency into smartphones
Sensor-hub applications are the target for STMicroelectronics STM32 Dynamic Efficiency microcontrollers. The devices improve the power-saving performance of data batching – the technique also used in Google’s latest Android 4.4 (KitKat) operating system to maximise battery life - and extend the advantages to many more applications besides smartphones and tablets.
30th June 2014


Microchip expands MCU series with larger Flash & RAM

Microchip expands MCU series with larger Flash & RAM
Microchip announces a family of PIC32MX1/2 microcontrollers (MCUs) in 256/64 KB Flash/Ram configurations. These MCUs are coupled with comprehensive software and tools from Microchip for designs in digital audio with Bluetooth, USB audio, graphics, touch sensing and general-purpose embedded control.
27th June 2014

Ultra-low power MSP430 FRAM microcontrollers

Ultra-low power MSP430 FRAM microcontrollers
Texas Instruments announced its comprehensive ultra-low power FRAM microcontroller (MCU) platform with all the necessary hardware and software tools, and support for developers to reduce energy budgets, minimise product size and enable a battery-free world. TI's MSP430FR59x/69x FRAM MCU families with EnergyTrace++ real-time power profiler and debugger range from 32 to 128 KB embedded FRAM.
26th June 2014

Microchip expands XLP low-power PIC MCU portfolio

Microchip expands XLP low-power PIC MCU portfolio
Microchip announces the expansion of its eXtreme Low Power (XLP) PIC microcontrollers (MCUs) with the PIC24F “GB2” family. This family features an integrated hardware crypto engine, a Random Number Generator (RNG) and One-Time-Programmable (OTP) key storage for protecting data in embedded applications.
26th June 2014

INSIDE Secure launches an advanced dual interface secure microcontroller for e-Government applications

INSIDE announces the launch of AT90SC28880RCFV2, an advanced dual interface (contact and contactless) secure microcontroller with a cryptographic library. The new microcontroller provides strong security at high speed for e-Government applications, mainly digital identification. It complies with the ISO 14443 contactless card standard, fulfilling industry-wide compatibility requirements for transactions between contact or contactless cards and readers.
19th June 2014

Motor Driver Makes Smarter Cooling Systems

Motor Driver Makes Smarter Cooling Systems
By enabling the speed of fans, blowers and extractors to be simultaneously controlled by both PWM and thermistor input signals, the AM4964 motor driver helps create more responsive cooling systems for PCs, servers and industrial instrumentation. A single-phase, full-wave, brushless DC motor driver, the AM4964 operates from a 12V supply and delivers a peak motor current of up to 1A.
18th June 2014

Optimising the efficiency of electric motors

Optimising the efficiency of electric motors
Low Power Consumption is the Key Many electric motors consume more current than necessary just because they do not operate within their optimum efficiency range. Field-oriented control (FOC) is ideally suited to solve this problem by enabling precise control based on torque and speed.
18th June 2014

DSPs target power constrained applications

DSPs target power constrained applications
Analog Devices’ latest ADSP-BF70x Blackfin digital signal processor family delivers 800 MMACS of processing power at less than 100 mW – double the performance or half the power of competing devices, claims the company. The eight-member Blackfin processor family includes up to 1MBit of internal SRAM, eliminating external memory in many applications, while a second configuration features an optional DDR memory interface.
12th June 2014


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