By executing powerful instructions in a single clock cycle, these new MCUs achieve throughputs of close to 1MIPS/MHz, giving the system designer the freedom to balance power consumption with processing speed without sacrificing performance.
Designed to be easy to use, Atmel® AVR 8-bit MCUs offer low power consumption and a high level of integration. They are based on the industry’s most code-efficient architecture for C and assembly programming.
The AVR family of microcontrollers features high-endurance non-volatile memories embedded on-chip. Their Flash memory is specified for 10,000 Write/Erase cycles, and EEPROM for 100,000. Data retention is 20 years at 85°C and 100 years at 25°C.
The new devices also provide support for the Atmel QTouch® library of capacitive touch buttons, sliders and wheels. Operation of capacitive touch interfaces can use both QTouch and QMatrix acquisition methods across up to 64 sensing channels.
|Part Number||Flash Memory||EEPROM||RAM||Interrupt Vector Size|
|ATmega48PB||4kbytes||256bytes||512kbytes||1 instruction word/vector|
|ATmega88PB||8kbytes||512bytes||1Kbyte||1 instruction word/vector|
|ATmega168PB||16kbytes||512bytes||1Kbyte||2 instruction words/vector|
- Embedded systems
- Consumer devices
- Industrial equipment
- Unique serial number
- USART: wake-up on start of frame
- Internal oscillators and voltage reference accurate to ±2% over the full voltage and temperature range
- GPIO input function on ADC inputs