Microchip’s AVR MCU and picoPower® Technology

Featured Product from Digi-Key Electronics


Microchip's ATtiny807/1607 microcontrollers use the high-performance, low-power AVR RISC architecture, and can run up to 20 MHz with up to 8/16 KB Flash, 512/1024 bytes of SRAM, and 128/256 bytes of EEPROM in a 24-pin package. The series uses the latest technologies with a flexible and low-power architecture including Event System and SleepWalking, accurate analog features, and advanced peripherals. Different memory sizes are available: the ATTINY1607 has 16 KB of Flash, and the ATTINY807 has 8 KB of Flash memory. The rich feature set and ultra-low power (ULP) capabilities make the ATTINY1607 and ATTINY807 ideal for wearable, battery powered, and IoT applications.

Features
  • 8-bit high-performance AVR RISC CPU
    • 135 instructions
    • Hardware multiplier
  • ULP
  • Three sleep modes:
    • Idle
    • Standby
    • Power-down
  • 3-channel event system
  • Configurable custom logic (CCL)
  • 12-channel, 10-bit ADC with voltage reference
  • Comparators
  • 2x 16-bit timer (TCA / TCB)
  • Cyclical redundancy check (CRC/SCAN)
  • Watchdog timer (WDT)
  • Power-on reset (POR)
  • Brown-out detection (BOD)
  • Single pin programming and debugging interface (UPDI)
  • Operation voltage: 1.8 V to 5.5 V