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Nanoampere MCU is designed to serve sensors

6/7/2012 09:21 PM EDT
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Nakim
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Nakim   10/4/2012 6:26:46 PM
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The STM8L (8-bit ultra-low-power) of STMicroelectronics is really lower power with 570uA at 4MHz down to 400nA in halt mode. Then if ypou need more performance and need to go lower in power consumption you should have a look at the STM32L (Cortex-M3 ultra-low-power).

Jim.Carlson
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Jim.Carlson   6/14/2012 5:39:37 PM
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$3.80 seems to be a high price for a C with only 64K bytes of flash regardless of standby power.

SCHAKRABORTY152
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SCHAKRABORTY152   6/8/2012 7:57:04 PM
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how does this compare against Energy Micro EFM32 range? The EFM32 can actually do useful things in the nanoamp range

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GREAT-Terry   6/8/2012 3:17:55 PM
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Seems to be a good simple MCU!

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