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DM240311 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided PIC24F devices in 20 or 28-pins. ● Current measurement terminals allow device or board level current measurements. ● PICtail ™ daughter board connector for connection to expansion boards such as RF, SD/MMC Cards, Speech Playback and more. ● mTouch ™ capacitive sensing...

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