Microcontrollers

Results: 4
Number of I/O
91119
Data Converters
A/D 16x12bA/D 24x12b
Operating Temperature
-40°C ~ 125°C (TA)-40°C ~ 85°C (TA)
Supplier Device Package
112-LQFP (20x20)144-LQFP (20x20)
Package / Case
112-LQFP144-LQFP
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112-LQFP
MC9S12XEP100CAL
IC MCU 16BIT 1MB FLASH 112LQFP
NXP USA Inc.
818
In Stock
1 : $36.29000
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ActiveNot VerifiedHCS12X16-Bit50MHzCANbus, EBI/EMI, I2C, IrDA, SCI, SPILVD, POR, PWM, WDT911MB (1M x 8)FLASH4K x 864K x 81.72V ~ 5.5VA/D 16x12bExternal-40°C ~ 85°C (TA)Surface Mount112-LQFP (20x20)112-LQFP
144-LQFP
MC9S12XEP100CAG
IC MCU 16BIT 1MB FLASH 144LQFP
NXP USA Inc.
1,099
In Stock
1 : $36.79000
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ActiveNot VerifiedHCS12X16-Bit50MHzCANbus, EBI/EMI, I2C, IrDA, SCI, SPILVD, POR, PWM, WDT1191MB (1M x 8)FLASH4K x 864K x 81.72V ~ 5.5VA/D 24x12bExternal-40°C ~ 85°C (TA)Surface Mount144-LQFP (20x20)144-LQFP
144-LQFP
MC9S12XEP100MAG
IC MCU 16BIT 1MB FLASH 144LQFP
NXP USA Inc.
240
In Stock
1 : $40.46000
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ActiveNot VerifiedHCS12X16-Bit50MHzCANbus, EBI/EMI, I2C, IrDA, SCI, SPILVD, POR, PWM, WDT1191MB (1M x 8)FLASH4K x 864K x 81.72V ~ 5.5VA/D 24x12bExternal-40°C ~ 125°C (TA)Surface Mount144-LQFP (20x20)144-LQFP
112-LQFP
MC9S12XEP100MAL
IC MCU 16BIT 1MB FLASH 112LQFP
NXP USA Inc.
16
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1 : $39.95000
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ActiveNot VerifiedHCS12X16-Bit50MHzCANbus, EBI/EMI, I2C, IrDA, SCI, SPILVD, POR, PWM, WDT911MB (1M x 8)FLASH4K x 864K x 81.72V ~ 5.5VA/D 16x12bExternal-40°C ~ 125°C (TA)Surface Mount112-LQFP (20x20)112-LQFP
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Microcontrollers


Microcontroller products are relatively complex, user-programmable digital logic devices. Closely related to devices considered microprocessors, the distinction between the two reduces largely to the manufacturer's choice of noun, though by tradition microcontrollers integrate working memory, are more likely to incorporate mixed-signal peripherals and tend to be used with simpler software paradigms oriented toward repetitive execution of a predefined series of tasks.