MCUs with low power consumption

Ultra-low power MSP430 microcontrollers (MCU) from Texas Instruments offer low power consumption for devices that can provide up to 25 MHz peak performance, increased Flash and RAM memory, and integrated peripherals such as radio frequency (RF), USB, encryption, and LCD interfaces. With as low as 160 µA/MHz active power consumption and 1.

07/01/2008


Ultra-low power MSP430 microcontrollers (MCU) from Texas Instruments offer low power consumption for devices that can provide up to 25 MHz peak performance, increased Flash and RAM memory, and integrated peripherals such as radio frequency (RF), USB, encryption, and LCD interfaces. With as low as 160ocessing performance and double the Flash and RAM memory of previous 1xx, 2xx, or 4xx generations, F5xx devices help systems perform demanding tasks while operating from very limited power sources. A true 32-bit real-time clock (RTC) with an alarm requires just 1.5 µA of standby current, enabling batteries to operate without servicing for 20 years or longer.

www.ti.com/mcu Texas Instruments





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