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STM8S207S6T3C Digi-Key STMicroelectronics Integrated Circuits (ICs) MCU 32KB FLASH MEMORY 44-LQFP
PIC24FJ128GB110 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Ideal for low power ( <100nA standby current) and connectivity applications that benefit from the availability of multiple serial ports (3xI2C, 3xSPI), 4xUARTS, and 23 independent timers. Large amounts of RAM (16kB) memory for buffering and large (up to 256kB) Enhanced Flash program memory make...
PIC24FJ256GB110 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Ideal for low power ( <100nA standby current) and connectivity applications that benefit from the availability of multiple serial ports (3xI2C, 3xSPI), 4xUARTS, and 23 independent timers. Large amounts of RAM (16kB) memory for buffering and large (up to 256kB) Enhanced Flash program memory make...
PIC24FJ128GA108 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided deal for low power ( <100nA standby current) and connectivity applications that benefit from the availability of multiple serial ports (3xI2C, 3xSPI), 4xUARTS, and 23 independent timers. Large amounts of RAM (16kB) memory for buffering and large (up to 256kB) Enhanced Flash program memory make...

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