Microchip, SEEIM - issue 3, 2011


Low-Power Microcontrollers for Battery-Friendly Design

Microchip Offers Lowest Currents for Active and Sleep Modes

Extend the battery life in your application using PIC® microcontrollers with

nanoWatt XLP Technology and get the industry’s lowest currents for Active and

Sleep modes.

Microchip’s peripheral-rich PIC12F182X, PIC16F182X and PIC16F19XX families offer Active

currents of less than 50 ?A and Sleep currents down to 20 nA. These products enable you

to create battery-friendly designs that also incorporate capacitive touch sensing, LCD,

communications and other functions which help differentiate your products in the marketplace.

Microchip’s Enhanced Mid-range 8-bit architecture provides up to 50% increased performance

and 14 new instructions that result in up to 40% better code execution over previousgeneration

8-bit PIC16 MCUs.

PIC12F182X and PIC16F182X families


• Packages ranging from 8 to 64 pins

• mTouch™ capacitive touch-sensing

• Multiple communications peripherals

• D ual I2C™/SPI interfaces

• PWM outputs with independent time bases

• D ata signal modulator

PIC16F19XX family includes:

• mTouch capacitive touch-sensing

• LCD drive

• Multiple communications peripherals

• More PWM channels, with independent


• Up to 28 KB of Flash program memory

• E nhanced data EE PROM

• 32-level bandgap reference

• T hree rail-to-rail input comparators

Get Started IN 3 EA SY STE PS

1. View the Low Power Comparison


2. D ownload the Low Power

T ips ‘n Tricks

3. Order samples and development


PIC16F193X ‘F1’ Evaluation Platform - DM164130-1

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