MCUs in Microchip’s PIC18-Q20 family support up to two Improved Inter Integrated Circuit (I3C) peripherals and multi-voltage I/O (MVIO) operation. Housed in 14-pin and 20-pin packages as small as 3×3 mm, the microcontrollers easily interface across multiple voltage domains without external components and support 1.0-V to 3.6-V operation for I3C communication.
With one or two I3C interfaces (I3C target device mode only), configurable peripherals, and the ability to operate on three independent voltage domains, the PIC18-Q20 MCUs are well-suited for use in conjunction with a primary MCU in a larger overall system. They can process sensor data, handle low-latency interrupts, and report system status in a wide range of applications, including automotive, industrial control, and IoT.
PIC18-Q20 MCUs provide 64 kbytes of flash, 256 bytes of data EEPROM, and 4096 bytes of RAM. They also employ a 10-bit, 300-ksample/s ADC with computation for responsive sensor designs and an 8-bit signal routing port to interconnect digital peripherals.
Developers interested in evaluating the I3C and MVIO capabilities of the PIC18-Q20 can purchase the PIC18F16Q20 Curiosity Nano development board for prototyping. For purchase information, contact a Microchip sales representative, authorized distributor, or visit the Microchip Direct website.
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