The 78K0/Dx2 is an 8-bit microcontroller specialized for such dashboard applications as meters and A/C display panels.
- Operating voltage: VDD = 2.7 to 5.5 V
- Oscillation frequency: 20 MHz
- ROM capacities: 24 KB to 60 KB Flash memory
- RAM capacities: 2 KB to 3 KB
- Package: 80-pin and plastic LQFP(fine pitch)
- Minimum instruction execution time can be changed from high speed
- 0.1 μs: @ 20 MHz operation with highspeed system clock) to ultra low-speed
- 114 μs: @ 32.768 kHz operation with subsystem clock)
- General-purpose register: 8 bits x 32 registers (8 bits x 8 registers x 4 banks)
- Stepper motor controller/driver with zero point detection (ZPD): 0 / 2 / 4 channels
- LCD controller/driver (seg x com): 24 x 4 / 28 x 4 / 32 x 4 / 40 x 4"
- On-chip single-power-supply flash memory
- Self-programming (with boot swap function)
- On-chip debug function
- On-chip power-on-clear (POC) circuit and low-voltage detector (LVI)
- Short startup is possible via the CPU default start using the on-chip internal high-speed oscillator
- On-chip watchdog timer (operable with on-chip internal low-speed oscillator clock)
- On-chip sound generator
- On-chip multiplier/divider
- On-chip clock output/buzzer output controller
- I/O ports: 47/63 (N-ch open drain: 2)
- Timer: 9 channels
- Serial Interface :
- CSI/UART 1 Serial interface: 3 channels (CAN: 1 channel, CSI/UART: 1 channel, I2C: 1 channel)
- Serial interface: 5 channels (CAN: 1 channel, UART (LIN (Local Interconnect Network)-bus supported): 1 channel, "
- CSI/UART: 1 channel, CSI: 1 channel, I2C: 1 channel)
- Internal CAN controller (for μPD78F0844, 78F0845, 78F0846, 78F0847, 78F0848, and 78F0849 only)
- 10-bit resolution A/D converter: 4 to 8 channels
- Operating ambient temperature: TA = -40 to +85°C ((A) grade products), -40 to +105°C ((A2) grade products)
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