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1st March 2011
Microchip ajoute à sa gamme de microcontrôleurs CAN de nouveaux PIC 8 bits dotés de la technologie XLP et fonctionnant sous 5,5 V

Microchip annonce le lancement des microcontrôleurs CAN 8 bits PIC18F K80 utilisables de 1,8 à 5,5 V, dotés de la technologie très faible consommation XLP et affichant la consommation en mode veille la plus basse du marché, inférieure à 20 nA. Ces nouveaux microcontrôleurs intègrent également un convertisseur analogique-numérique 12 bits et un périphérique compatible avec des interfaces utilisateurs tactiles capacitives mTouchTM. Ils...

Micros
1st March 2011
Microchip Expands CAN Microcontroller Line With Cost-Effective 8-bit PIC® MCUs Featuring 5.5V Operation, eXtreme Low Power

Microchip announces the PIC18F “K80” 8-bit CAN microcontrollers (MCUs) featuring 1.8 to 5.5V operation and eXtreme Low Power (XLP) technology, for the industry’s lowest sleep current consumption of less than 20nA. The new MCUs also feature an on-chip 12-bit Analogue-to-Digital Converter (ADC) and a peripheral which enables mTouch™ capacitive touch-sensing user interfaces. The new MCUs are ideal for automotive applications, such as body ...

Tech Videos
25th February 2011
MCP2200 Demonstration

Features and demonstration of the MCP2200.

Wireless Microsite
31st January 2011
Microchip Bluetooth Kit provides fast development of BlueTooth connectivity in embedded designs

Microchip announces the Bluetooth Evaluation Kit, which includes CandleDragon, Inc.’s dotstack™ demonstration Bluetooth Stack. The kit provides an easy, cost-effective and flexible add-on for embedded evaluation and development using many 16/32-bit PIC microcontrollers or dsPIC digital signal controllers (DSCs), using existing Microchip development tools.

Wireless
31st January 2011
Microchip Bluetooth Kit provides fast development of BlueTooth connectivity in embedded designs

Microchip announces the Bluetooth Evaluation Kit, which includes CandleDragon, Inc.’s dotstack™ demonstration Bluetooth Stack. The kit provides an easy, cost-effective and flexible add-on for embedded evaluation and development using many 16/32-bit PIC microcontrollers or dsPIC digital signal controllers (DSCs), using existing Microchip development tools.

French
24th January 2011
Microchip ajoute de nouveaux microcontrôleurs 32 bits PIC, dotés de connectivités Ethernet, CAN et USB

Microchip annonce le lancement d'une nouvelle famille de microcontrôleurs 32 bits PIC32MX5/6/7, composée de 6 modèles différents, équipés des mêmes périphériques de connectivité Ethernet, CAN, USB et série, et dotés de nouvelles options de mémoires garantissant un meilleur rapport coût/efficacité. En outre, ces améliorations permettent une consommation moindre, de l’ordre de 0,5 mA/MHz en courant actif, une meilleure endurance...

Micros
24th January 2011
Microchip - Cost-effective memory options to 32-bit PIC microcontrollers with Ethernet, CAN and USB connectivity

Microchip announced a new, six-member family of 32-bit PIC32MX5/6/7 microcontrollers that provides the same integrated Ethernet, CAN, USB and serial connectivity peripherals with new, more cost-effective memory options. Additionally, design enhancements also provide lower power consumption of 0.5 mA/MHz active current, higher Flash memory endurance of 20k read/write cycles, and better EEPROM emulation capability. By maintaining common pin-outs,...

Analysis
10th January 2011
Smoke-Detector IC from Microchip offers low-voltage operation with programmable operating modes and calibration

Microchip announced the RE46C190 3V photo smoke-detector IC with horn driver and boost regulator. The world’s first smoke-detector IC to offer low-voltage operation with programmable calibration and operating modes, the RE46C190 IC enables the optimum operating modes to be selected and calibrated during manufacturing. This simplifies smoke-detector design and manufacturing, as well as reducing component count and cost. Additionally, the IC...

Tech Videos
4th January 2011
Microchip Technology at Japan ET Show 2010

Microchip Technology exhibited at Japan's Embedded Technology Show 2010 from Dec 1 to Dec 3 at Pacifico Yokohama. It showcased its latest technologies and solutions including digital power, low power PIC® MCU, etc.

Analysis
4th January 2011
Microchip Launches Second Annual Embedded Designers' Forum Technical Training Series in India

Microchip has announced the second annual Embedded Designers' Forum, which is a series of training events where hardware and software engineers can learn about innovative technologies that will enable them to differentiate their products.

Tech Videos
19th December 2010
MCHP TUbe Episode 4

Learn about XLP Technology, the PIC24H Microchip Microstick, and FLOW Code 4 by Matrixmultimedia.

Tech Videos
22nd November 2010
MPLABX IDE Tour

This video gives you a tour of MPLAB X IDE.

French
9th November 2010
Microchip annonce sa première famille d’horloges/calendriers en temps réel (RTCC) autonomes

Microchip annonce sa première famille d’horloges/calendriers en temps réel (RTCC) I2C™ autonomes. Ces six circuits MCP794XX économiques sont tous à haute intégration. Ils comportent des EEPROM et SRAM de grande taille, ainsi qu’une section verrouillée d’EEPROM pour stocker un ID unique de 64 bits reprogrammable, qui peut être programmée en usine avec une adresse MAC.

Pending
9th November 2010
Microchip Announces First Stand-Alone Real-Time Clock/Calendar (RTCC) Family

Microchip announces its first stand-alone I2C™ Real-Time Clock/Calendar (RTCC) family. All six MCP794XX devices are highly integrated at a low cost, and include ample on-chip EEPROM and SRAM, as well as a user-lockable section of EEPROM for a 64-bit reprogrammable unique ID that can be factory-programmed with a MAC address.

Analysis
2nd November 2010
Microchip licenses MIPS32 M14K Cores for next-generation 32-bit PIC32 microcontrollers

Microchip and MIPS Technologies, Inc. have announced that Microchip is building on its successful 32-bit PIC32 microcontroller family, which is currently based on the MIPS32 M4K core, by licensing the MIPS32 M14K family of cores from MIPS.

French
28th October 2010
Les nouveaux amplificateurs opérationnels 16 V de Microchip affichent un faible courant de repos de 135 µA

Microchip annonce le lancement des amplificateurs opérationnels à usage général MCP6H01 et MCP6H02 (MCP6H01/2) affichant un faible courant de repos typique de 135 µA, un produit gain-bande passante de 1,2 MHz et une tension d'entrée s’échelonnant entre 3,5 et 16 V. Ces composants associent par ailleurs une tension d'offset maximum de 3,5 mV à un taux de réjection du mode commun (CMRR) typique de 100 dB et un taux de réjection de l’a...

Pending
27th October 2010
16V op amps from Microchip feature low quiescent current

Microchip Technology has announced the MCP6H01 and MCP6H02 (MCP6H01/2) general-purpose operational amplifiers (op amps) with a gain-bandwidth product of 1.2 MHz and supply voltage from 3.5V to 16V. These devices also feature low quiescent current of 135 microamperes (typ.), offset voltage of 3.5 mV (max.), Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) of 100 dB (typ.), and Power-Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR) of 102 dB (typ.).

Design
24th October 2010
Knowledge is power in embedded designs

Knowledge is power, except, of course, for embedded designs, where knowledge of the peripherals and features of each microcontroller can mean significantly lower power consumption. Brant Ivey, of Microchip Technology Inc., explains.

Tech Videos
22nd October 2010
Microchip Demonstrates New Federal Signal Light Bar

Microchip Technology Engineer Shane Crandall demonstrates a new Federal Signal Light Bar from ESC Chicago 2010.

Micros
15th October 2010
Creating sophisticated GUIs has never been easier

Building an application that integrates an advanced colour LCD may seem like a high-end specification, but thanks to the continued price erosion of display technology it is becoming increasingly common for OEMs to replace older segmented LED displays with monochrome or colour LCD alternatives.

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