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New 32-Bit MCU Series for Embedded Control and Touch

Microchip Technology recently announced a new series within its PIC32MX1/2 32-bit microcontroller family that features a 256-KB flash configureation and 16-KB of RAM. The microcontrollers provide flexibility to low-cost applications that need complex algorithms and application code. More specifically, they are intended to help designers looking to develop products with capacitive touch screens or touch buttons, as well as USB device/host/OTG connectivity.Microchip PIC32mx1

The PIC32MX1/2 MCU series provides  up to 50 MHz/83 DMIPS performance for executing advanced control applications and mTouch capacitive touch sensing. In addition, it has an enhanced 8-bit Parallel Master Port (PMP) for graphics or external memory, a 10-bit, 1-Msps, 13-channel ADC, support for SPI and I2S serial communications interfaces, and USB device/host/On-the-Go (OTG) functionality.

Microchip’s MPLAB Harmony software development framework further simplifies designs by integrating the license, resale, and support of Microchip and third-party middleware, drivers, libraries and Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS). Specifically, Microchip’s readily available software packages—including USB stacks and Graphics and Touch libraries—can greatly reduce the development time of applications such as consumer, industrial and general-purpose embedded control.

These latest PIC32MX1/2 MCUs are available now in 28-pin QFN, SPDIP ,and SSOP packages and 44-pin QFN, TQFP and VTLA packages. Pricing starts at $1.91 each, in 10,000-unit quantities.

Source: Microchip Technology


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