A company has expanded its lineup of low-power 32-bit V850ES/Jx3 All Flash microcontrollers (MCUs) with the V850ES/Jx3-L MCUs, which offer the lowest standby current in their class to help meet stringent power requirements. Suited for high-end portable devices, the new MCUs consume only 0.9 mW of power per Dhrystone MIPS during active operation and 1.5 mA in standby mode. Separately, the firm also introduced 22 16-bit All Flash MCUs for compact, low-power, battery-operated and sensor-enabled systems. The 78K0R/Kx3-L MCUs offer very low power consumption, high-performance on-chip oscillators, built-in circuits for sensor functions, and extended system operating time.
NEC Electronics America, Inc.