Microchip Technology announces PIC18F47J13 Microcontroller

  • August 16, 2010
Microchip Technology announces PIC18F47J13 Microcontroller
Microchip Technology announces PIC18F47J13 Microcontroller

August 16, 2010 — Microchip Technology announced the PIC18F47J13—an 8-bit microcontroller (MCU) with 128 KB Flash program memory in a 28-pin package. Also available in a 44-pin package, the PIC18F47J13 MCU features XLP technology for eXtreme Low Power consumption and mTouch capability for implementing capacitive touch sensing user interfaces. Additionally, an on-chip 12-bit Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) delivers the accuracy required for many advanced sensor, instrumentation and measurement applications.Many of today’s applications must consume very little power to extend battery life and reduce electricity demands. The PIC18F47J13 MCU’s combination of high memory density and low power in small-footprint packages keeps power budgets and bill-of-material costs low. These features enable low-power, battery-controlled applications such as security systems, irrigation systems, remote controls, video-game controllers, wireless sensor networks and portable medical devices.Development Tool SupportThe PIC18F47J13 MCU is supported by the PIC18 Explorer Board (part # DM183032, $99.99) and PIC18F47J13 Plug-In Module (part # MA180030, $25). Additionally, designers can use Microchip’s complete suite of standard development tools with the new MCUs, including the user-friendly and free MPLAB IDE and corresponding suite of emulators, programmers and development boards, along with the MPLAB C or HI-TECH C compiler for PIC18 MCUs. Packaging, Pricing & Availability

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