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STMicroelectronics Grows STM8S Access Line with New Microcontrollers Tested to 125C

Geneva, Switzerland – WEBWIRE

Geneva, October 8, 2015 The latest STM8S Access Line microcontrollers from STMicroelectronics are tested up to 125C to ensure enduring performance at sustained high temperatures in applications such as lighting controls, motor drives, and industrial automation.

The STM8S103F3U3, based on STs efficient STM8 16MHz 8-bit core and state-of-the-art peripherals that include a 10-bit ADC, two 16-bit capture/compare timers, an 8-bit general-purpose timer, UART, SPI and I2C, exceeds the performance and features of other devices in the market. An 8KByte Flash, a 1KByte RAM, and 640 Bytes of data EEPROM provide plentiful on-chip storage for Access Line target applications.

The 20-pin UFQFPN20 package is the smallest in the current STM8S range, and is specified at 125C. Its space-efficient 3mm x 3mm outline has 16 user I/Os providing access to the powerful integrated microcontroller features. In addition, the wide operating-voltage range of 2.95V to 5.5V gives flexibility to interface easily with legacy 5V circuitry or with lower-voltage low-power logic.

The new STM8 microcontrollers benefit from innovative implementation of the 125C test flow at the wafer electrical test stage rather than after packaging. This has allowed continued use of proven high-parallelism final-test technology without modification to integrate high-temperature testing.

The STM8S103F3U3 is available immediately, priced from $0.46 for orders of 1000 units.

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