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C8051F996-GM

C8051F99x Low Power Capacitive Touch Sense MCUs

The C8051F996-GM is an ultra-low power capacitive sensing microcontroller (MCU) featuring a powerful 8051 core with 25 MHz performance.  This MCU provides the lowest power and highest sensitivity touch sensing solution for capacitive buttons, sliders, wheels and capacitive proximity sensing. With 14 capacitive sensing inputs and sub micro amp (<1 uA) wake on touch average current consumption, the C8051F996-GM achieves unparalleled touch sensitivity, speed and ultra-low power in a 4x4 mm, QFN24. We also offer demos, examples and Capacitive Sense Profiler within Simplicity Studio to accelerate development of capacitive touch sensing solutions.

 

Key Specs

 
MCU Core
8051
MHz
25
Flash (kB)
8
RAM (kB)
0.5
I2C
1
SPI
1
UART
1
Dig I/O Pins
17
ADC
12-bit, 10-ch., 75 ksps
DAC
Comparators
1
PCA Channels
3
Timers (16-bit)
4
Cap Sense Channels
14
Package Type
QFN24
Package Size (mm)
4x4
MCU Core
8051
MHz
25
Flash (kB)
8
RAM (kB)
0.5
I2C
1
SPI
1
UART
1
Dig I/O Pins
17
ADC
12-bit, 10-ch., 75 ksps
DAC
Comparators
1
PCA Channels
3
Timers (16-bit)
4
Cap Sense Channels
14
Package Type
QFN24
Package Size (mm)
4x4
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Find quality, environmental, shipping, and supply chain information for Silicon Labs devices. You can also download the following environmental documents for each part number: Detailed Device Composition (MDDS), IPC 1752-2 Class 6 (XML format), RoHS Certificate of Compliance, ICP test reports, Halogen-Free Certificate of Compliance, PFOS/PFOA Certificate of Compliance, and REACH Declaration.
Company Name Silicon Laboratories, Inc.
Company Address 400 W. Cesar Chavez Austin, TX 78701
Date of Incorporation 1996
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Corp Social Responsibility 1996

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