- Nuvoton commits to 8-bit MCU production sustainability
- Low power consumption
- Flexible platform with rich peripheral IO
- Wide temperature, wide voltage, ESD resistance
- Ideal for passive stylus pens and RFID cards
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Nuvoton Technology, one of the world's leading suppliers of microcontrollers, has proudly launched its MUG51 8-bit MCU series of low power microcontrollers designed for battery-free devices. Nuvoton is committed to sustainable 8-bit MCU production and product longevity to ensure a reliable supply, giving customers the confidence to commit to long-term products, platforms, and projects.
The low power MUG51 series incorporates an 1T 8051 core microcontroller operating at 7.37MHz, plus 16 KB Flash EPROM and 1 KB SRAM memory within the chip. The MUG51 series supports special design power-on and resume, requiring a start-up current of just 200 μA after power-on and before Flash memory initialization, while a normal operating mode uses less than 1.3 mA. In sleep-mode, it uses less than 1 μA.
To meet flexible application design demands that minimize platform size and cost, the MUG51 series provides a rich set of peripherals including GPIO with an internal inverter, 16-bit timers, 12-bit ADC, 16-bit PWM, UART, I2C, SPI, two rail-to-rail comparators (ACMP) for stylus pen pressure measurement, and an ISO 7816-3 Smart Card interface can also configure as UART transmission.
For applications that experience extreme conditions it supports a wide operating voltage range of 1.8-5.5V, and wide operating temperature of - 40°C to 105° C, plus high resistance to electrostatic shock with EFT ±4.4 kV and ESD HBM ±7 kV.
Nuvoton focuses on the developments of microcontroller, microprocessor, smart home, cloud security, battery monitoring, component, visual sensing and IoT with security ICs and has strong market share in Industrial, Automotive, Communication, Consumer and Computer markets.