Microcontroller Solutions

Whether you realize it or not, microcontrollers (MCUs) are the brains behind many consumer products in your everyday life. The Microcontroller TechZone will provide you with the tools and resources you need to explore, find, and develop the perfect MCU.  Digi-Key offers Product Training Modules, Videos, Articles, Product Highlights and Manufacturer Application Notes to keep you, the design engineer, up to speed on the latest MCU technologies.

Microcontroller Products

The development tools product selector provides an easy access to evaluation/development boards, community boards, single board computers, wireless modules, programmers, emulators, debuggers and software.

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Cypress' PSoC 4200M device family is an expansion to the PSoC 4 device family that offers more flash, GPIOs, and programmable analog and digital blocks.
Microchip’s feature-packed value family of 32-bit MCUs, PIC32MX1/2/5, offer up to 83 DMIPs performance with scalable memory options.
Freescale microcontrollers, microprocessors, and sensors provide faster times to market and increased power consumption efficiencies for medical applications.
Texas Instruments' CC2640 is an ultra-low-power wireless MCU targeting Bluetooth Smart applications.

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Introduction of Freescale’s Kinetis L Series.
An overview of Atmel SmartConnect for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Rugged x86 compatible embedded computers. Tested to be reliable in critical and demanding environments including extreme temperatures, high shock, excessive vibration, and high humidity.
Key features, main application types, and product offerings of the Hawk embedded processing unit (EPU)

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ROHM designs and manufactures integrated circuits (ICs), semiconductors, and other electronic components. These components find a home in the dynamic and ever-growing wireless, computer, automotive, a...
Sven Natus discusses the enhanced 2D graphics engine embedded in the Cypress Traveo MCU for instrument clusters.
Q&A with Saied Tehrani on the new Traveo Automotive MCU with CAN FD interface for enhanced in-vehicle networking. The Cypress Traveo family of microcontrollers is based on the ARM® Cortex®-R5 core and...
Dr. Saied Tehrani introduces the latest Cypress Traveo MCU designed for rich human machine interface (HMI) in automotive dashboards.
Texas Instruments MSP430i2041 Mixed Signal Microcontroller