Microcontrollers

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2000MIPs4000MIPS
Number of I/O
176256
Operating Temperature
-40°C ~ 85°C (TA)0°C ~ 70°C (TA)
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DigiKey Programmable
Core Processor
Core Size
Speed
Connectivity
Peripherals
Number of I/O
Program Memory Size
Program Memory Type
EEPROM Size
RAM Size
Voltage - Supply (Vcc/Vdd)
Data Converters
Oscillator Type
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374-FBGA
XLF224-512-FB374-C40A
IC MCU 32BIT 2MB FLASH 374FBGA
XMOS
0
In Stock
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84 : $20.80190
Tray
Tray
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XCore
32-Bit 24-Core
2000MIPs
-
-
256
2MB (2M x 8)
FLASH
-
512K x 8
0.95V ~ 3.6V
-
External
0°C ~ 70°C (TA)
Surface Mount
374-FBGA (18x18)
374-LFBGA
374-FBGA
XLF224-512-FB374-I40A
IC MCU 32BIT 2MB FLASH 374FBGA
XMOS
0
In Stock
Check Lead Time
84 : $23.79560
Tray
Tray
Active
Not Verified
XCore
32-Bit 24-Core
2000MIPs
-
-
256
2MB (2M x 8)
FLASH
-
512K x 8
0.95V ~ 3.6V
-
External
-40°C ~ 85°C (TA)
Surface Mount
374-FBGA (18x18)
374-LFBGA
374-FBGA
XLF224-512-FB374-C40
IC MCU 32BIT 2MB FLASH 374FBGA
XMOS
0
In Stock
Obsolete
Tray
Obsolete
Not Verified
XCore
32-Bit 24-Core
4000MIPS
-
-
176
2MB (2M x 8)
FLASH
-
512K x 8
0.95V ~ 3.6V
-
External
0°C ~ 70°C (TA)
Surface Mount
374-FBGA (18x18)
374-LFBGA
374-FBGA
XLF224-512-FB374-I40
IC MCU 32BIT 2MB FLASH 374FBGA
XMOS
0
In Stock
Obsolete
Tray
Obsolete
Not Verified
XCore
32-Bit 24-Core
4000MIPS
-
-
176
2MB (2M x 8)
FLASH
-
512K x 8
0.95V ~ 3.6V
-
External
-40°C ~ 85°C (TA)
Surface Mount
374-FBGA (18x18)
374-LFBGA
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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.