Microcontrollers With High-Speed 12-bit ADC

12th October 2006
ES Admin
Microchip announces its four-member PIC18F4523 family and its first family of high-end 8-bit Flash microcontrollers to include an on-chip high-speed 12-bit Analogue-to-Digital Converter peripheral with up to 13 channels. In addition, this family includes nanoWatt Technology features, which provide design engineers with multiple options for effectively managing power consumption and extending battery life.
These features can eliminate the cost, complexity and power consumption of interfacing to an external ADC, while providing the precision required for many sensor measurements in applications such as medical, industrial and utility metering. Typical precision measurement and control applications for the PIC18F4523 family include medical sensors, data logging and data conditioning, utility metering, power conversion and/ battery chargers.

The PIC18F4523 family is supported by Microchip’s free MPLAB IDE integrated development environment, the MPLAB C18 C compiler, MPLAB ICD 2 in-circuit debugger, and the MPLAB PM3 universal device programmer. In addition, the

The PIC18F4523/4423/2523/2423 microcontrollers are available for sampling at sample.microchip.com and in volume at www.microchipdirect.com. The PIC18F4523/4423 come in 44-pin QFN or TQFP and 40-pin PDIP packages, and the PIC182523/2423 are available in 28-pin QFN, SOIC and SPDIP packages, all of which are RoHS-compliant.

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