Microchip Technology introduces the microcontroller family PIC18 Q10 and ATtiny1607

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  Microchip Technology Introduces PIC18 Q10 and ATtiny1607 Microcontroller Families

31. May 2018 – Microchip Technology has unveiled the PIC18 Q10 and ATtiny1607 MCU families with multiple Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) to simplify development and enable rapid response to system events.

The PIC18 Q10 and ATtiny1607 MCUs are suitable for closed-loop applications and are the CIPs that independently manage the tasks required by the CPU. Both families feature functional safety features that operate at up to 5V, increase noise immunity, and provide compatibility with most analog and digital sensors.

The ATtiny1607 family is offered in a 3 x 3 mm 20-pin QFN package for control circuits such as hand tools and remote controls. In addition to the integrated analog-to-digital converter (ADC), which allows the conversion of analog signals, resulting in a deterministic system response. The CIPs in the PIC18 Q10 family include the Complementary Waveform Generator (CWG) peripheral device and an integrated analog-to-digital converter with computation (ADC 2 ), which provides advanced computation and filtering of data in hardware without Intervention takes place from the core. CIPs such as these allow the CPU to perform more complex tasks, such as human machine interface (HMI) controls, and stay in a low power mode to save energy until processing is required.

All PIC18 Q10 products are supported by MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC), a software plug-in that provides a graphical interface for configuring peripherals and features. MCC integrates with Microchip's downloadable MPLAB X Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and the cloud-based MPLAB Xpress IDE, eliminating the need to download software. The Curiosity High Pin Count (HPC) Development Chart (DM164136), a prototyping card, can also be used to start development with these MCUs.

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Prototyping with the ATtiny1607 family is supported by the ATmega4809 Xplained Pro (ATmega4809-XPRO) evaluation kit. The USB-powered kit includes touch buttons, LEDs, and expansion headers for quick setup, as well as an on-board programmer / debugger built into the Atmel Studio 7 Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and Atmel START.

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