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Jan Waclawek
02/11/11 12:22
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Bratislava
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#181049 - upcoming AT89LP chips
In a new "white paper", Atmel quietly announced several new upcoming chips of the singleclocker AT89LP series.

While the original AT89LP series was designed to be a completely new family, non-pin-and-feature-compatible with the "classical" chips; the newcoming chips appear to be designed as a direct replacement for most of Atmel's existing '51 offerings. The new chips include 'LP51Rx2/ED2/Ix2 (with 10-bit ADC in each of these models), and the 'LP51CC01/CC03 with CAN support.

Atmel thus appears to continue being committed to support their '51 line and provide direct upgrades of it. This also explains the recent appearance of 'LP51 and 'LP52.

In the table, there is also a "flash-downscaled" version of the so-far-the-biggest model (LP6440) - the 'LP3240.

The new chips' appearance is scheduled to 3rd and 4rd quarter of this year, according to the document. When will the mere mortals be able to buy the new chips over the counter is of course a different question.

JW


PS. Oh, yes, and Atmel totally @#$%ed up their website in the recent "reconstruction".


List of 84 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
upcoming AT89LP chips      Jan Waclawek      02/11/11 12:22      
   Interesting..      Valentin Angelovski      02/12/11 06:51      
      MCS-251      Jan Waclawek      02/12/11 13:16      
   I wouldn't hold my breath ...      Richard Erlacher      02/12/11 09:35      
   Why bother waiting?      Jason Arkwright      02/12/11 15:51      
      Says who?      Andy Neil      02/12/11 16:05      
         says me!      Jason Arkwright      02/13/11 11:31      
            Doing oneself a favour?      Andy Neil      02/13/11 14:30      
               RE: Tie-ins      Andy Neil      02/14/11 00:37      
               Yes,but...      Jason Arkwright      02/14/11 06:00      
                  Who else manufactures '51 in PDIL40 at low cost?      Andy Neil      02/14/11 06:26      
                     Nobody can beat STC in the field of low cost 8051        Roger Ray      02/24/11 02:50      
                        Nice link      Valentin Angelovski      02/24/11 05:26      
                           yes so fast      Roger Ray      02/24/11 07:35      
                        Nice stuff in PDIL 40 aswell eh!      Jason Arkwright      02/25/11 15:14      
                  Low cost DIP's..      Valentin Angelovski      02/14/11 06:47      
                     Who uses DIPs?      Andy Neil      02/14/11 07:17      
                        The hobbyist connection..      Valentin Angelovski      02/14/11 08:07      
                           Things to like      Andy Neil      02/14/11 09:02      
                              Free Tools..      Valentin Angelovski      02/15/11 05:00      
                                 ARM      Andy Neil      02/15/11 05:33      
                                    Re: ARM      Valentin Angelovski      02/15/11 22:07      
                                       Intel      Andy Neil      02/16/11 00:24      
                                          Never did      Valentin Angelovski      02/16/11 00:47      
                                             it wasn't always like that      Richard Erlacher      02/16/11 22:25      
                                                actively promoting the core?      Andy Neil      02/17/11 00:05      
                                                   things were different then ...      Richard Erlacher      02/17/11 08:10      
                                       define "abandoned"      Jan Waclawek      02/16/11 01:09      
                                          Managers      Per Westermark      02/16/11 01:54      
                                          Re: Intel      Valentin Angelovski      02/16/11 02:10      
                                             actually, Intel *used to make* ARMs...      Jan Waclawek      02/16/11 02:32      
                                                I know..      Valentin Angelovski      02/16/11 02:45      
                                                   Loved the efficient 68k emulation in newer Palms      Per Westermark      02/16/11 02:54      
                                                      Re: 68K virtualisation      Valentin Angelovski      02/18/11 03:38      
                                          Abandoned      Andy Neil      02/16/11 02:17      
                                             intel museum      Jan Waclawek      02/16/11 02:30      
                                                 request historical documents      Andy Neil      02/16/11 03:15      
                                                   what link?      Jan Waclawek      02/16/11 05:25      
                                                      here      Andy Neil      02/16/11 06:03      
                                                   wayback machine      Jan Waclawek      02/17/11 01:25      
                                                      unfortunately not - in this case      Andy Neil      02/17/11 03:04      
                                                         ftp://download.intel.com/      Jan Waclawek      02/17/11 07:47      
                                                      I've found it increasingly rare ...      Richard Erlacher      02/17/11 08:15      
                                                   museum      Andy Peters      02/17/11 10:29      
                           re: the hobbyist connection      Andy Peters      02/17/11 10:24      
                              Re: the hobbyist connection      Valentin Angelovski      02/21/11 05:24      
                              My experience      Andy Neil      02/22/11 00:45      
                        Multitude of packages      Jason Arkwright      02/14/11 09:11      
                           In that case..      Valentin Angelovski      02/14/11 09:58      
                           AVR - only limited DIP availability.      Andy Neil      02/14/11 10:17      
                              Limited needs for full set of DIL chips      Per Westermark      02/14/11 10:24      
                                 Unfortunately, there are stumbling blocks      Richard Erlacher      02/17/11 08:30      
                           "Breadboards" ?      Andy Neil      02/17/11 13:55      
                              Yes I do,      Jason Arkwright      02/17/11 14:20      
                              Lovely example!      Richard Erlacher      02/17/11 22:36      
                                 A thing of beauty, eh?      Andy Neil      02/22/11 00:48      
                                    What's crazy is that many of these seem to work      Richard Erlacher      02/22/11 07:00      
                     RE: Check long-term availability of any DIP variants      Andy Neil      02/14/11 07:53      
                        DIP      Andy Peters      02/17/11 10:12      
                           And your point is...?      Andy Neil      02/17/11 11:01      
                              I'm not convinced that's real reason ...      Richard Erlacher      02/17/11 12:14      
                                 Prototyping methods      Andy Neil      02/17/11 13:58      
                                    You can say that again!      Richard Erlacher      02/17/11 22:40      
                                       Not really      Per Westermark      02/18/11 02:10      
                                 You have a point, but...      Jason Arkwright      02/17/11 14:36      
                                    Have you counted the oscillator?      Richard Erlacher      02/17/11 22:41      
                              Look at the package pin-count.      David Prentice      02/18/11 04:00      
                                 Pin counts      Andy Neil      02/18/11 04:17      
                                    Haven't seen skinny 40-pin DIL      Per Westermark      02/18/11 04:47      
                                    I've got to agree      Richard Erlacher      02/18/11 09:44      
                                       high pin-count DIP      Andy Peters      02/18/11 10:49      
                                          I'm not sure what the constraints were, but ...      Richard Erlacher      02/18/11 13:02      
                                             Oops. I meant 0.6" DIL      David Prentice      02/18/11 14:35      
                                                Shrink DIP      Andy Neil      02/19/11 00:21      
                                                   I remember,,,      Michael Karas      02/19/11 22:12      
                                                      Yes, it was 0.9 inches as was that 68000      Richard Erlacher      02/19/11 22:30      
            maybe not, but      Erik Malund      02/13/11 16:05      
               Yep,but...      Jason Arkwright      02/17/11 15:38      
                  Is it 1998 already?      Andy Neil      02/17/11 17:14      
                  something everybody will have to learn to live with      Erik Malund      02/18/11 06:34      
                     I'm not so certain of that ...      Richard Erlacher      02/18/11 09:55      
                        also disappearing      Erik Malund      02/18/11 10:24      
                           Well, once again, I have to agree ...      Richard Erlacher      02/18/11 13:04      
            Re: AVR/xmega        Valentin Angelovski      02/13/11 17:33      

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