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Zilog announces ROM-based MCU

Posted: 26 Aug 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:zilog? crimson? zlr16300? mcu? microcontroller?

Zilog Inc. has unveiled a migration path to high volume microcontroller (MCU) production with the roll out of its Crimzon ZLR16300, a low cost supporting ROM-based member of the Crimzon MCU family of infrared (IR) MCUs.

Available in 4k, 8k and 16k memory sizes, the ZLR16300 devices are 100 percent software compatible with the company's current Crimzon family of OTP-based IR MCUs. They feature low power consumption, two standby modes, six priority interrupts, high and low voltage detection with flag, programmable Watch-Dog/Power-On reset circuits, two independent comparators with programmable interrupt polarity and programmable mask options. The devices also have a special architecture that automates both generation and reception of complex pulses or signals.

The following development tools are available for the programming and debugging of the ZLR16300; ZiLOG Developer Studio II (ZDSII); ZLP323ICE01ZEM emulator/programmer; and ZLP32300100KIT development kit; ZLP32300USLKIT Crimzon RC Bullet North America 6 in 1 universal remote control with learning function manufacturing ready kit; and ZLP32300US6KIT Crimzon RC Bullet North America 6 in 1 universal remote control manufacturing ready kit.

Priced at $1.15 in 10,000-unit volumes, the ZLR16300 will be available in a wide range of package styles and pin-outs, including 20-and 28-pin SOIC, SSOP and DIP options. It is 100 percent backward compatible with Zilog's L88/L85/L82 MCUs.

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