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Holtek MCU devices eye automotive peripheral

Posted: 22 Dec 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:ht46r46? ht46r46e? ht46r47e? mcu? holtek semiconductor?

With their integrated 8bit to 9bit internal ADC, the new HT46R46, HT46R46E and HT46R47E 8bit MCU devices from Holtek Semiconductor provide three new MCU device solutions in the cost-effective A/D series range, said the press release.

The HT46R46 uses an 8bit MCU core from the company, and has a maximum operating frequency of 8MHz and a 1K word Program Memory. Its integrated peripheral functions include a 4-channel 8bit ADC which can process external environmental signals such as those of temperature and humidity. Other integrated functions include a Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) output, which has applications in motor control, and 13 available I/O pins that can be used for standard I/O control functions. The addition of a Programmable Frequency Divider (PFD), which can provide a range of audio frequencies, in addition to other integrated functions, provides product designers with an extremely flexible and highly functional device with which to implement a wide range of applications, shared Holtek.

The HT46R46E and the HT46R47E incorporate two integrated circuits, an 8bit MCU device and a 1K bit Data EERPOM into a single device package. Although incorporating an EEPROM, both products are functionally similar to their sister devicesthe HT46R46 and the HT46R47.

By providing users with a superior range of features, added the company, these products are extremely suited for use in a range of household appliance, automotive peripheral and other intelligent controller product applications.

The HT46R46, HT46R46E and HT46R47E devices are all available in 18-pin SOP/SKDIP package types.

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