Microchip's PIC32MZ EF series is powered by Imagination’s MIPS M-Class core at 200 MHz/330 DMIPS and 3.28 CoreMarks/MHz.
Microchip’s IoT Wi-Fi G AWS Internet of Thing (IoT) starter kit powered by Amazon Web Services uses a Wi-Fi G based module driven by a 32 bit controller.
Microchip's PIC24F 16-bit Microcontroller features an integrated hardware crypto module and eXtreme Low-Power.
Microchip Technology's MCP9600 is a fully integrated thermocouple electromotive force (EMF) to degree Celcius converter with cold-junction compensation.
Microchip Technology's MM7150 motion module is a simple, cost-effective solution for integrating motion and positioning data into a wide range of applications.
Microchip offers a wide range of PIC32 development tools, for Bluetooth, CAN bus, and audio codecs.
Microchip Technology's RN2483 LoRa™ modem resolves the age-old wireless developer’s dilemma to choose between longer range and lower power consumption.
Microchip's fully integrated, 8-bit development platform for first-time users, designers, and those requiring a feature-rich rapid prototyping board.
Microchip’s feature-packed value family of 32-bit MCUs, PIC32MX1/2/5, offer up to 83 DMIPs performance with scalable memory options.
Microchip's SST26WF080B/080BA/016B Serial Quad I/O (SQI) Flash devices offer 8-Mbit and 16-Mbit of memory and utilize a 4-bit multiplexed I/O serial interface.
Microchip's DM330018 features up to 6 advanced motor control PWMs, 12-bit ADC, and operational amplifiers, an ideal combination for motor control applications.
Microchip's dsPIC DSC core is designed to execute digital filter algorithms and high-speed precision digital control loops.
Microchip's PIC24F “GB2” devices offer up to 128 KB Flash and 8 KB RAM
Microchip presents a patented, average-mode, constant current control LED driver IC operating in a constant off-time mode without a peak-to-average error.
MPLAB® REAL ICE in-circuit emulator system is Microchip’s next generation high-speed emulator for their Flash DSC® and MCU devices.
The MPLAB® PM3 universal device programmer from Microchip is easy to use and operates with a PC or as a stand-alone unit.
The MPLAB® ICD 3 in-circuit debugger system for debugging and programming PIC Flash microcontrollers and dsPIC DSCs.
Microchip’s MCP6N16 amplifier is designed for single-supply operation, with rail-to-rail input (no common mode crossover distortion) and output performance.
The 8-bit MCUs with intelligent analog and core-independent peripherals are ideal for applications including LED lighting and portable medical devices.
The RN-42 module is a complete embedded Bluetooth solution which is simple to design in, supports multiple-interface protocols, and is fully-certified.