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dsPIC30F2023 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided set architecture. 83 base instructions with flexible addressing modes. 24-bit wide instructions, 16-bit wide data path. 12 Kbytes on-chip Flash program space. 512 bytes on-chip data RAM. 16 x 16-bit working register array. Up to 30 MIPs operation: 32 interrupt sources. Three external interrupt...
PIC18F14K22 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Introducing the nanoWatt XLP PIC18F1XK22 Flash microcontroller: not too big, not too small … just right! This new family of devices offer all of the advantages of the well recognized PIC18F High Performance MCUs; 8-bit, C compiler optimized architecture and an industry leading peripheral set...
dsPIC30F3011 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided code protection. In-Circuit Serial Programming ™ (ICSP ™). Programmable Brown-out Detection and Reset generation. Selectable Power Management modes - Sleep, Idle and Alternate Clock modes CMOS Technology: Low power, high speed Flash technology. Wide operating voltage range (2.5V to 5.5V...
D0-06DR-D Automationdirect.com Not Provided Programmable Controllers / DirectLogic Series PLCs (Micro to Small, Brick & Modular) / DirectLogic 06 (Expandable Micro Brick PLC) / PLC Units DL06 CPU, 20 DC in / 16 Relay out, requires external 12-24 VDC power. 14.8k words total (7679 words ladder - flash, 7488 words V-memory), RLL/RLLPLUS programming (DirectSOFT32 Version 4.0 or higher), two built-in RS-232C communication ports. Secondary communications port supports...
B-EA7T6CLR Automationdirect.com Not Provided Remanufactured / Operator Interfaces half-life. Built-in USB, no Ethernet or Compact Flash memory card support. Compatible with EA-PGMSW programming software version 2.8 or earlier.
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    The third-generation Flash microcontrollers from Atmel are now available. These microcontrollers offer self-programming Flash. The microcontroller can write to its own program memory when running code from the boot sector. This creates new possibilities for the designers using self-programming
  • Programming Baseline Flash Devices with PICkit TM 1
    The PICkit 1 Baseline Flash Programmer PC application together with the PICkit 1 Flash Starter Kit firmware version 2.0.0 or later can program baseline Flash devices. This Technical Brief discusses the programming of the following Baseline Flash devices: * PIC12F508/509 and PIC16F505
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  • AVR109: Self Programming
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  • Buck Configuration High-Power LED Driver
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