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Scalable and Integrated Solutions Full-Speed USB and USB On-the-Go Consumers’ desire for more engaging, easy-to-use and upgradeable products is driving embedded designers to add USB capabilities to their designs. Microchip provides designers with a scalable choice of integrated USB solutions across 8-, 16- and 32-bit PIC® microcontrollers ranging from the space-saving 14-pin devices to the feature-rich 100-pin USB On-the-Go (OTG) products. This allows simple, compact designs to easily grow to more capable designs as requirements demand. In addition, Microchip offers highly configurable stand- alone USB protocol converters that enable full-speed USB connectivity in applications with a UART or SPI interface. Microchip provides free source code for USB software stacks and class drivers to shorten development time for USB applications, including thumb drive boot loaders and printer support. Supported classes include: audio, CDC, HID, MSD, printer and custom. Microchip’s free USB host stack, device stack and class drivers are available at: www.microchip.com/usb. PIC16F and PIC18F Family PIC24F Family ■ Full-speed USB Device mode ■ Full-speed USB Device, Host and OTG modes ■ 8–128 KB Flash, 512B-4 KB of RAM, ■ 32–256 KB Flash, 8-96 KB RAM, ■ Up to 16 MIPS 8-bit devices 16 MIPS 16-bit devices ■ Up to 4 UARTs, 2 I2C™/SPI ports ■ Up to 4 UARTs, 3 I2C and 3 SPI ports, ■ Available in 14/20/28/44/64/80/100-pin packages DMA interface for data RAM access, display drivers ■ Available in 28/44/64/80/100-pin packages PIC24E Family dsPIC33E Family ■ Full-speed USB Device, Host and OTG modes ■ 256–512 KB Flash, 32-52 KB RAM, ■ Full-speed USB Device, Host and OTG modes 70 MIPS 16-bit devices ■ 256–512 KB Flash, 32-52 KB RAM, ■ 4 UARTs, 2 I2C, 4 SPI ports with DMA 70 MIPS 16-bit devices ■ 4 UARTs, 2 I2C and 4 SPI ports with motor control and ■ Available in 64/100/144-pin packages digital power peripherals PIC32 Family ■ Available in 64/100/144-pin packages ■ Full-speed USB Device, Host and OTG Modes with Stand-alone USB Controllers dedicated DMA Channels ■ 16–512 KB Flash, 4-128 KB RAM, ■ MCP2200 USB-to-UART Protocol Converter 40 or 80 MHz MIPS® M4K® Core ■ MCP2210 USB-to-SPI Protocol Converter ■ Up to 6 UARTs, 5 I2C and 4 SPI ports, ■ USB 2.0 Full Speed up to 8 general purpose DMA channels ■ On-board EEPROM, GPIO, highly confi gurable, ■ Available in 28/36/44/64/100-pin packages small packaging 2 Graphics Quick Reference Guide www.microchip.com/usb


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