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Featured Core Independent Peripherals Product Families Family Pins Flash Memory SRAM (Bytes) Capture Compare/ PWM Analog Core Independent Peripherals Communications Serial I/O Additional Features PIC10(L)F32X 6 448–896 64 02 8-bit ADC (3) CLC, NCO, CWG – – PIC16(L)F150X 8/14/20 1.75K–14K 64–512 04 10-bit ADC (4-12), 5-bit DAC (0-1), Comparators (1-2) CLC, NCO, CWG UART, I2C™/SPI Fixed Voltage Ref PIC12LF1552 8 2K 256 00 10-bit ADC (5) HCVD I2C/SPI Fixed Voltage Ref PIC16(L)F151X 28 2K–4K 128–256 2 2 10-bit ADC(17) HCVD UART, I2C/SPI Fixed Voltage Ref 8-bit PIC® Microcontroller Solutions 5 Core Independent Peripherals Summary The following Core Independent Peripherals take 8-bit MCU performance to a new level, while requiring no processor overhead. ■ CLC (Confi gurable Logic Cell): The CLC provides programmable combinational and sequential logic. It also enables on-chip interconnection of peripherals and I/O, thereby reducing external components, saving code space, and adding functionality. ■ NCO (Numerically Controlled Oscillator): A programmable precision linear frequency generator, ranging from <1 Hz to 500 KHz+. The NCO offers a step up in performance, and a simplification in design, for applications requiring precise linear frequency control, such as: fluorescent ballasts, lighting control, radio tuning circuitry, Class D audio amplifiers, etc. ■ Hardware CVD (Capacitive Voltage Divider): The Hardware CVD is a hardware implementation of our Capacitive Voltage Divider. It enables capacitive touch sensing and proximity detection while simplifying the design, reducing code size and decreasing CPU usage. ■ COG (Complementary Output Generator)/ CWG(Complementary Waveform Generator): The CWG provides a complementary waveform with rising and falling edge dead band control, enabling high efficiency synchronous switching, with no processor overhead. The CWG also incorporates auto shutdown, auto restart, and can directly interface with other peripherals/external inputs. The COG takes the CWG and improves its performance with blanking and phase control. ■ PSMC (Programmable Switch Mode Controller: The PSMC is a high performance 16-bit PWM with 6 configurable outputs that can operate in multiple modes. With a dedicated 64MHz clock and the flexibility to interface to external inputs as well as integrated peripherals/clock sources, the PSMC offers the highest level of advanced PWM control and accuracy in an 8-bit MCU. The PSMC can simplify the implementation of a wide array of applications such as: motor control, lighting, and power supplies. Development Tools PICkit Low Pin Count Development Board (DM164130-9) ■ Dev board for 8, 14, 20-pin 8-bit PIC® MCU ■ Populated with PIC16F1829-I/P and ships with PIC18F14K22-I/P (20-pin) MCU ■ This board package contains assembled board with area for prototyping circuits and bare board as well ■ Software can be rewritten to accommodate new technologies PIC10F32X Development Board (AC103011) ■ Populated with the PIC10F322 6-pin MCU ■ Factory programmed with CWG, NCO and CLC demo software ■ Prototype area for development purposes ■ User’s guide and source code available www.microchip.com/cip


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