PIC24F "KL" Series MCUs



Microchip's 16-bit MCU featuring nanoWatt XLP for eXtreme low power consumption

Microchip PIC24F 'KL' Series MCUs Microchip's 16-bit PIC24 “Lite” microcontroller (MCU) family combines eXtreme Low Power (XLP) technology, low price and low pin count packages for the most cost-sensitive consumer, medical, and safety/security applications. Comprised of the PIC24F “KL” and “KA” series, the family features typical sleep currents down to 20 nA at 25°C, and typical run currents as low as 150 µA/MHz at 1.8 V. PIC24F16KL Datasheet  PIC24F16KA Datasheet

The Microstick for the 3 V PIC24F K-series is an easy-to-use development platform featuring everything designers need to get started with PIC24F “KL” MCUs, including an on-board debugger/programmer and Device-Under-Test (DUT) socket for easy device swapping. At about half the size of a credit card, it is extremely portable and can be plugged into a prototyping board.

  Features
  • Low Cost 16-bit PIC® MCU family
  • PIC24F performance with up to 16 MIPS
  • Best-in-class XLP specifications
  • Sleep mode: 30nA typical at 25C
  • Run mode: 150uA/MHz typical at 1.8V
  • Standard PIC24F pinout
  • PIC18 peripherals including MSSP, CCP, ECCP, timers
  • Integrated 512B EEPROM

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Microchip Series
KL Series KA Series

Development Kit
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Features  
DM240013-1 DM240013-1-ND   •   Low Cost
  •   Compatible with Microchip’s popular 16-bit XLP dev. board (DM240311-ND)
  •   Integrated programmer / debugger – no external debugger required
  •   USB powered – ease of use, no external power supply required
  •   MPLAB IDE support
  •   DUT socket – flexible, easy device swapping
  •   Works stand-alone or plugged into a prototyping
  •   Easy access to all device signals for probing
  •   Smaller than a stick of gum at 20 mm x 69 mm – easily portable
  •   On board user and power LEDs
  •   Reset button and demo code
DM240013-1 User's Guide

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