Microchip Technology AVR DA 8-Bit Microcontrollers | New Product BriefOctober 13, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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Microchip Technology AVR DA 8-Bit Microcontrollers
Microchip Technology AVR DA 8-bit Microcontrollers bring real-time performance and capacitive touch sensing to the low-power AVR family of MCUs.
AVR DA MCUs integrate hardware-based Core Independent Peripherals including configurable logic, intelligent analog functions for precision applications, and the latest-generation Peripheral Touch Controller. The Peripheral Touch Controller enables capacitive buttons, sliders, wheels, and 2D surfaces, with increased noise immunity and water tolerance, enabling state-of-the art interfaces in harsh environments.
The MCU runs at up to 24MHz and can operate from a 1.8V to 5.5V supply. It has up to 128KB of flash and up to 16KB of SRAM, making it suitable for wired and wireless communication intensive applications. It also has built-in safety functions and is recommended for safety-critical applications in industrial and automotive products.
- Core Independent Peripherals
- Digital and analog functions that run independent of the CPU for deterministic response
- Peripheral Touch Controller
- Enables buttons, sliders, wheels, 2D gesture surfaces
- Driven Shield+ for increased noise immunity and water tolerance
- 8-bit AVR CPU
- 24MHz internal oscillator
- 1.8V to 5.5V supply voltage
- Up to 128KB Flash
- Up to 16KB SRAM
- Built-in safety functions: POR, BOR, VLM, CRC scan
- Recommended for automotive and industrial safety-critical applications
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