The MCP37D31-200 200 Msps pipelined A/D converter offers 16-bit resolution, accuracy and low-power operation. The integration of digital functionality, such as decimation filters and a digital down-converter, simplifies system-level design and reduces power usage.
Microchip's PICkit™ 3 In-Circuit Debugger/Programmer uses in-circuit debugging logic incorporated into each chip with Flash memory to provide a low-cost hardware debugger and programmer. In-circuit debugging offers low cost, minimum additional debug hardware and no expensive sockets or adapters.
The HV9805 features a PFC boost converter with valley/ZCD switching that reduces system cost by lessening the thermal and optical design requirements. The linear post-regular provides True DC lighting with no flickering and the configurable to SEPIC technology supports lower LED string voltage.
Microchip's strong brand name and expertise in USB solutions is demonstrated yet again with the UTC2000. We deliver a simple and easy solution to implement the revolutionary USB-C™ connector in practically any consumer, industrial or automotive application.
Manufactured with SuperFlash® technology that provides the industry's fastest erase times, the SST26WF080B (8 Mbit) and SST26WF040B (4 Mbit) are approximately 300 times faster than competitive devices.
The MCP8026 is a 3-phase brushless DC power module containing three half-bridge drivers capable of driving three external NMOS/NMOS transistor pairs. Its Sleep Mode achieves a typical "key-off" quiescent current of 5 µA and its buck converter is capable of delivering 750 mW of power for powering a companion microcontroller.
The MCP19118/19 is an analog-based PWM Synchronous Buck Controller with an integrated 8-bit PIC® MCU. It combines the performance of a high-speed analog solution – including high efficiency & fast transient response – with the configurability & communication interface of a digital solution.
The RE46C168 device is a low-power, CMOS photoelectric type, smoke detector IC. With minimal external components, this circuit will provide all the required features for a photoelectric type smoke detector.
The MCP9600 is fully integrated thermocouple Electromotive Force (EMF) to degree Celsius converter, with integrated Cold-Junction compensation. The MCP9600 supports 8 thermocouple types and provides user-programmable registers, adding design flexibility for various temperature sensing applications.
Microchip's family of high-voltage analog switches/multiplexers, pulsers, high-speed MOSFET drivers & discrete high voltage MOSFETs offer the best price/performance ratio available today for ultrasound applications.
The new IS1870 and IS1871 support Bluetooth® 4.2 BLE to target designs for fitness/healthcare, key fobs, toys, user authentications, secure transactions, consumer appliances, home automation, industrial and many more applications. Modules are available with full certifications for a complete standalone solution.
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