Silicon Labs’ new Precision32 32-bit MCU family is engineered to make your job easier – offering integrated analog with no compromise performance to reduce total system cost and design complexity.
The MCU’s analog peripherals are specified and tested over temperature and voltage (down to 1.8 V) and are so reliable they can replace standalone analog components.
- Integrated precision oscillator with advanced PLL (crystal-less USB operation; 1– 80 MHz frequency)
- Internal 5 V regulator enables MCU to be powered from USB or a 5 V source (no external regulator required)
- 6 high-drive I/Os (5–300 mA each; 1.8–6 V) can drive high-power LEDs, small motors, buzzers and power MOSFETsUp to 16 capacitive touch channels eliminate need for separate touch sensor ICs (<1 µA wake-on-touch average current)
- Complete USB 2.0 PHY and analog front-end (eliminates need for USB pull-up resistor and termination circuit)
Learn more about how the dual-crossbar architecture maximizes flexibility: Dual-Crossbar Architecture Overview
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