Redmond, Wash.-- Data I/O, a leading provider of manual and automated programming systems, has begun to offer volume programming support for Motorola's MC9S08Gx60CFx family of 8-bit microcontroller units (MCUs) on the Sprint family of Data I/O device programmers. With this support, Motorola now has several low-cost and efficient programming solutions, according to Data I/O. First released devices include the MC9S08Gx60CFU and MC9S08Gx32CFB.
"We are delighted that Data I/O has added support for our low power consuming HCS08 8-bit MCUs," said Nathan Lee, 8/16 Products Strategic Marketing at Motorola. "Motorola continues to work closely with Data I/O to assure that our customers using Data I/O systems have volume programming support for this important family of devices."
The HCS08 8-bit MCUs feature extended battery life technology, very fast instruction cycle times, and on-chip trigger/trace debug capability. This family of devices provides the user with a mix of Flash memory, RAM, A-to-D converters, with up to 36 I/O pins.
The Sprint family of single socket and gang programmers includes the single-socket Optima as well as the Quad and Octal gang programming systems.
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