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Per Guldmann
05/21/13 09:58
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#189780 - tiny micro
Hey Forum

I need a tiny micro with a few I/O's. I can't find a 8051 type with less than 20 pins, and takes to much pcb real estate.

I have had a peek around - there is PIC 16F2xx, there is tiny AVR's and there is even a 32 bit! cortex M0 in a 8 pin dip in NXP's LPC 800 series.

I have programming tools for AVR and PIC, and it seems that there is free software tools available for all of them.
The software will be very simple!

Anybody having experience with either - and how about the learning curve?

Per

List of 21 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
tiny micro      Per Guldmann      05/21/13 09:58      
   Digikey to the rescue      Erik Malund      05/21/13 10:29      
   if you use a low-pin count (fewer than 40) in tqfp ...      Richard Erlacher      05/21/13 11:52      
      I doubt very much ....      Erik Malund      05/21/13 15:38      
         One wouldn't think so ...       Richard Erlacher      05/22/13 10:24      
   many choices      Jim Granville      05/21/13 14:22      
      Zilog      Per Guldmann      05/22/13 12:12      
         Z51F       Jim Granville      05/22/13 16:39      
   stc15f1ss 8 pin 8051 in volume production      Bert Van Den Berg      05/22/13 18:53      
      Interesting ... they do show it in DIL package ...      Richard Erlacher      05/23/13 07:49      
         you ARE a luddite      Erik Malund      05/23/13 07:57      
            aw, c'mon ... you didn't even look, did you?      Richard Erlacher      05/23/13 16:07      
   Small 8051      Michael Karas      05/23/13 19:51      
      Photo        Michael Karas      05/24/13 00:18      
         very nice      Jan Waclawek      05/24/13 05:53      
            Yeah....      Michael Karas      05/25/13 06:36      
         nice      Per Guldmann      06/02/13 14:58      
            Yeah!!!      Michael Karas      06/02/13 21:55      
   PIC12F629      Mahmood Elnasser      06/03/13 07:53      
      3-phase Simulation      Michael Karas      06/04/13 16:28      
         fixed delays      Mahmood Elnasser      06/05/13 04:55      

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