Ultra-Low-Power MCUs Available From Mouser

Ultra-Low-Power MCUs Available From Mouser
Mouser Electronics Inc.

Mouser Electronics now stocks STM32L4 series 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) from STMicroelectronics. The 32-bit devices are based on the ARM Cortex-M4 32-bit RISC core operating at a frequency of up to 80MHz. They leverage low-power technologies including voltage scaling to balance power consumption with processing demand and include seven low-power management modes. Run current is a low 112 µA/MHz. The devices feature Adaptive Real-Time memory Accelerator (ART Accelerator), which allows zero-wait states out of the 64-bit program flash at a clock speed of 80MHz. This accelerator technology implements an innovative instruction prefetch queue and branch cache resulting in near 100 DMIPS performance. Mouser also stocks a complete range of STM32L4 evaluation kits including the STM32L4 Discovery Kit (STM32L476G-DISCO), STM32L4 Nucleo board (NUCLEO-L476RG) and STM32L4 Evaluation board (STM32L476G-EVAL). The STM32L4 ecosystem is completed with STM32Cube support for the STM32L4 microcontrollers.To learn more about the STM32FL4 MCUs, visit http://www.mouser.com/new/stmicroelectronics/stm-stm32l4-mcu-fpu  

Mouser Electronics Inc.
Dallas, TX

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