MIC2782 push button reset ICs from Microchip have an ANDOUT logic output and an operating supply voltage range of 1.5 V to 5.5 V.
Microchip's MCP9808 sensors offer high accuracy of ±0.5°C from -20 to +100°C and small package size for space-constrained applications.
Microchip's MCP9501 / 2 / 3 / 4 temperature switches do not require external components, consume 25 µA, and feature factory-set thresholds.
Microchip's TCN75A sensors have a temperature reading range of -40°C to +125°C, low operating current of 500 µA max, and are available in MSOP-8 and SOIC-8 packages.
Microchip's EMC1412 SMBus temperature sensor features resistance error correction and provides ±1°C accuracy for both external and internal diode temperatures.
Microchip's MCP9800/1/2/3 temperature sensors feature 2-wire, I2C/SMBus compatible serial interface and convert temps between -55°C and +125°C to a digital word.
Microchip's AT42QT1060 ICs, based on QTouch technology, support up to six touch channels and host programmability through an I²C interface.
Microchip's AT42QT2160 touch and slide control features up to sixteen independent touch channels and a touch slider control with an up to 8-bit resolution.
Microchip Technology's MM7150 motion module is a simple, cost-effective solution for integrating motion and positioning data into a wide range of applications.
Microchip Technology's MCP9600 is a fully integrated thermocouple electromotive force (EMF) to degree Celcius converter with cold-junction compensation.
Microchip’s MCP9902 monitors two temperature channels (one external and one internal) and provides ±1°C accuracy for external and internal diode temperatures.
The MCP9902 / 3 / 4 are high-accuracy, low-cost, system management bus (SMBus) temperature sensors from Microchip Technology.
Microchip's AC164160 IoT sensor node enables seamless migration of a user's applications to the Cloud.
Microchip’s EMC181x multi-channel sensors are ideal for any low-cost, highly flexible, and accurate solution for critical temperature monitoring applications.
Microchip's extreme low-power microcontrollers feature nanoWatt XLP technology offering one of the industry's lowest currents for sleep.
Microchip unveils MPLAB X IDE open-source integrated development environment with cross-platform support for Linux®, Mac OS®, and Windows® users.
Microchip’s graphics PICtail plus Epson S1D13517 board is a demonstration board for evaluating Microchips graphics-display solution and graphics library.
Microchip's AT91SAM embedded MPUs, including SAM9G45 and SAM9M10, are based on the ARM926 CPU with operating frequencies up to 400 MHz.
Microchip's QT600 development kit is a complete touch development kit for buttons, sliders, and wheels which supports both QTouch and QMatrix™ acquisition methods.
Microchip's XMEGAs, with integrated ultra-low-power LCD controllers, need only 3 µA to run the LCD display and include built-in contrast control.