Microcontroller has integrated LCD driver
Family of highly integrated, power efficient 8-bit microcontroller (MCU) devices from Freescale Semiconductor is optimized for LCDs.
Family of highly integrated, power efficient 8-bit microcontroller (MCU) devices from Freescale Semiconductor is optimized for LCDs. The MC9S08LC60 (LC60) line features the company’s first S08-based flash MCUs to have an integrated LCD driver module with an internal charge pump. L60 family addresses the display, power, memory, and communications requirements of portable LCD applications, handheld consumer, and industrial devices. The MCUs give developers design flexibility for LCD applications for thermostats, personal diagnostics, calculators, and metering equipment, among others. Line combines a high-performance, low-voltage S08 MCU core (operating at 1.8-3.6 V) with an LCD driver module, a rich set of communications peripherals, dual flash memory arrays, and an integrated programmable timer.
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