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Digital Control Meets Intelligent Analog to Streamline Design

Simplify development of traditionally complex designs with new PIC® and AVR® families.

The new PIC16F18446 family of microcontrollers are ideal components for use in sensor nodes. Designed with flexibility in mind, the PIC16F18446 and its integrated Analog-to-Digital Converter with Computation (ADC2) runs from 1.8V to 5V, providing compatibility with a majority of both analog output sensors and digital sensors.

The introduction of the ATmega4809 brings a new series of megaAVR®microcontrollers that were designed to create highly responsive command and control applications. The processing power of the integrated high-speed Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) enables faster conversion of analog signals resulting in deterministic system responses.

PIC16F18446 features:

  • High-precision 32 MHz internal oscillator
  • Up to 28 KB Flash program memory
  • Up to 2 KB of SRAM
  • 12-bit ADC with computation (ADC2), up to 24 channels
  • eXtreme Low Power (XLP) with sleep currents down to 50 nA
  • IDLE and DOZE low-power modes
  • Memory Access Partition (MAP)
  • Device Information Area (DIA)
  • Signal Measurement Timer (SMT)
  • Hardware Limit Timer (HLT)
  • Windowed Watch Dog Timer (WWDT)
  • Peripheral Pin Select (PPS)

 

ATmega4809 features:

  • 8-bit AVR CPU core with hardware multiplier
  • Internal 20 MHz oscillator
  • Up to 48 KB of Flash memory
  • Up to 16-channel, high-speed 10-bit ADC
  • Analog comparator with scalable reference input
  • Configurable, internally generated reference voltage
  • Automated memory scan with cyclic redundancy check
  • 16-bit real-time clock
  • UART/SPI/dual-mode I2C communications
  • Configurable custom logic peripheral
  • 6-channel peripheral event system
  • Up to 41 I/O
  • 1.8V–5.5V operating voltage range
  • –40˚ to +125˚C operating temperature range

ATmega4809 datasheet PIC16F18446 datasheet