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Fujitsu releases 24 wide voltage 8bit microcontrollers for display panel applications

Fujitsu releases 24 wide voltage 8bit microcontrollers for display panel applications
Fujitsu releases 24 wide voltage 8bit microcontrollers for display panel applications

Fujitsu has expanded its New 8FX family of 8bit microcontrollers to include twelve products each from the 64pin MB95770 series and the 80pin MB95710 series.

Both series feature lcd control and advanced analogue functionality, while supporting operating voltages from 1.8 to 5.5V. Typical applications include battery powered healthcare devices, home appliances and FA devices such as thermometers and pressure gauges.

The 64 and 80pin packages of the MB95770 and MB95710 series are available with up to 60KB of embedded flash memory. As well as featuring lcd control functionality supporting up to 224 and 288 segments, the mcus are equipped with peripheral circuits such as various timers, communications functions, 12bit A/D converters and analogue comparators.

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