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Microchip Releases PIC16F13145 Family of MCUs
 Claimed to be the Next Evolutionary Step in Customizable Logic the PIC16F13145 family of microcontrollers (MCU) perport to address the expanding need for increasing levels of customization in embedded applications, Outfitted with a new Core Independent Peripheral (CIP)—the Configurable Logic Block (CLB) module—the MCUs enable the creation of hardware-based, custom combinational logic functions directly within the MCU. Because of its integration into the MCU, the CLB clains to allow designers to optimize the speed and response time of embedded control systems, eliminating the need for external logic components and reducing Bill of Materials (BOM) cost and power consumption. The process is further simplified by a graphical interface tool, which helps synthesize custom logic designs using the CLB. The PIC16F13145 family is designed for applications utilizing custom protocols, task sequencing or I/O control to manage real-time control systems in the industrial and automotive sectors.

Microsfot go on to claim that he Configurable Logic Cell (CLC) Module has been integrated into Microchip MCUs for more than a decade and the new CLB module is the next step in the evolution of our customizable logic offering, enabling this family of MCUs to be utilized in applications that are typically the domain of standalone programmable logic devices.The new MCUs handle custom logic functions, minimize power consumption, simplify designs and can accommodate changing design requirements say Microchip.
For more information visit: microchipdirect.com

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