PIC18 Family

PIC18 (High-End) 8-bit MCU

  • 83 (16-bit wide) poweful C-optimized
  • Up to 2 MB addressable program memory
  • 4KB RAM (max)
  • 32 level hardware stack
  • 3 (16-bit) file select register
  • Integrated 8x8 hardware multiply
  • Highest performance 8-bit architecture
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The PIC18 family conbines the maximum level of performance and integration with the ease-of-use of an 8-bit architecture. With up to
16 MIPS of processing power, PIC18 Microcontrollers feature advanced peripherals, such as CAN, USB, Ethernet, LCD and CTMU.

PIC18 "J" Series Deigned for high memory density, cost sensitive applications.
PIC18 "K" Series Provides the highest performance with benchmark nanoWatt XLP extreme low power consumption.

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