TI microcontroller families double performance and battery life
Texas Instruments (TI) has introduced five new families of MSP430F2xx high-performance microcontrollers.
Texas Instruments (TI) has introduced five new families of MSP430F2xx high-performance microcontrollers , claimed to be the industry’s lowest-power 16-bit general purpose microcontrollers (MCUs). They provide a
direct upgrade path for corresponding devices in TI’s
chip memories of up to 120 KB, and a 20-bit address word increases total addressable memory to 1ast wake up from standby mode further reduces load. MCUs have an operating voltage range from 1.8 to 3.6 V.
Texas Instruments Inc.
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