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Winbond intros new the 8bit controller series

Posted: 02 Jan 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:8bit controllers? Winbond series? 8051?

Winbond Electronics Corp. has announced its Rich series of 8bit controllers: the W79E217, W79E227 and W79E225.

The Rich series uses the Winbond 8051 core, which is capable of executing a single instruction in four clock cycles. The cores are built-in, with 64K/64K/16K flash memory, and have highly integrated peripheral functionalities (e.g., 10bit ADC, UART, I?C and SPI port interfaces, PWM, internal reset). Other key features are also integrated into the controllers, including fast execution, high resistance to interference and industrial specifications, and are applicable to common embedded applications that require high performance and quality features.

The Rich series design provides a typical solution for applications that require small package sizes with sufficient I/O and memory capacities. The series can be applied in a wide variety of general industrial controls, including data loggers, transmission systems, power controls, motor controls, AC controls and treadmills.

The Rich series provides a fully featured hardware/software development system such as the JTAG hardware simulator, software development system, programmer and support files. This complete system combination enables the designer to develop products in a short period of time, and allows their rapid integration into the market. With the Rich series, In System Program (ISP) functionality can also be used to directly upgrade the system program online, fully realizing the flexibility and expandability of the products.

The new Rich product series is available for production. Product samples are available to Winbond clients.

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