8-Bit Microcontrollers (MCU)

Source: Microchip Technology Inc.

The PIC® Microcontrollers (MCU) are a series of 8-bit, fully static, Flash-cased CMOS microcontrollers with high-performance rates, and employ RISC architecture with only 33 single-word/single-cycle instructions. These devices have characteristics of flexible intelligence like pin and code compatibilities across families, innovative integration such as configurable logic cells and numerically controlled oscillators, and eXtreme low power with sleep currents as low as 20nA and active currents down to 35 uA/MHz.

The PIC® MCUs are continuously being used for new applications such as smart phones, audio accessories, video gaming peripherals, and advanced medical devices.

Features Include:

  • Precision 4 MHz internal oscillator
  • Watchdog timer (WDT)
  • In Circuit Serial Programming™ (ICSP™) capability
  • Programmable code protection

For more product features, architectural overviews, instructions and more on the PIC10F200, PIC10F202, and PIC10F204 models, download the corresponding datasheets.

This is a small sample of 8-bit microcontrollers that Microchip manufactures. Click here for more information.