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Mitsubishi MCU consumes 3V at 20MHz

Posted: 17 Oct 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Mitsubishi electric? m16c/26? m3026x? flash microcontroller?

The M16C/26 (M3026x) 16-bit microcontroller (MCU) integrates a voltage down converter that allows the device to operate at a full-rated speed of 20MHz while consuming between 3V to 5V. When operating at 10MHz, power consumption drops to <3V.

Targeted at consumer, industrial, and automotive control applications, the MCU features proprietary Hyper New DINOR Flash technology that creates memory cells with enough margin in operations and characteristics to eliminate bit failures and setting in-process screening steps to remove defect-induced data retention failures. As with other M16C Flash MCUs, the M16C/26 is capable of 100,000 erase/write cycles.

Available in a 7-by-7mm, 48-pin QFP casing, the MCU integrates 16, 32, 48, or 64KB of Flash memory; 1, 2, 4, or 10KB of RAM, and 4KB of virtual EEPROM. It also has eight 16-bit timers, a watchdog timer, 8-channel ADC, 3-channel UART, 38 programmable I/Os, system clock generator, two-channel DMA controller, and a three-phase motor control circuit.

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