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TI's 32-bit C2000 Piccolo F2802x microcontrollers

8/13/2012 07:59 PM EDT
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glen.english_#1   8/17/2012 8:46:03 PM
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these are a great micro. a very good step up from a dspic33, but they get hot. low power ? nope!

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glen.english_#1   8/17/2012 8:42:47 PM
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low power? you got to be kidding.

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