Overview

H8 Super Low Power microcontrollers have CPU options ranging from low-cost 8-bit (H8/300L) microcomputers to 16-bit devices (H8/300H and H8S). H8 Super Low Power microcontrollers offer various on-chip peripheral functions with a wide range of on-chip flash memory options for ease of product development.

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H8 Super Low Power

H8/300H Super Low Power

16-bit single-chip microcomputers designed for healthcare equipment, metering applications and all battery powered products.

Group Flash (KB) RAM (KB) Pin Voltage (V) Max Freq (MHz) Features
H8/38076R 24-48 1-2 80-85 - 10 -
H8/38086 24 1 80 - 10 -
H8/38086R 24-48 1-2 80-85 - 10 -
H8/38099 96-128 2-4 100 - 10 -
H8/38524 8-32 0.5-1 80 - 10 -
H8/38537 16-60 1-2 80 - 8 -
H8/38602R 8-16 0.5-1 32 - 10 -
H8/38704, 38702S 8-32 0.5-1 64 - 5 -
H8/38776 24-48 1-2 80-85 - 10 -
H8/38799 96-128 2-4 100 - 10 -

H8S/2268, 2264

This group of products comes with an internal 32kHz oscillation circuitsubclock. The 100-pin products incorporate an LCD controller, DTMP controller(H8S/2268 Group), LCD (H8S/2264 Group), and I2C-bus interface in addition tothe standard peripheral modules.

H8/300L Super Low Power

8-bit single-chip microcomputers designed for consumer electronics, communication equipment and all battery powered products.

Group Flash (KB) RAM (KB) Pin Voltage (V) Max Freq (MHz) Features
H8/3802, 38002S, 38004, 38104 8-32 0.5-1 64 - 10 -
H8/38024R, 38024, 38024S, 38124 8-32 0.5-1 80-85 - 10 -
H8/3827R, 3827S, 38327, 38427 16-60 1-2 80 - 8 -
H8/3847R, 3847S, 38347, 38447 16-60 1-2 100 - 8 -
H8/3854 16-60 1-2 100 - 5 -
H8/3857 40-60 2 144 - 5 -
H8/3867 - - 80 - 3 -
H8/3887 - - 100 - 3 -
H8/3937, 3937R - - - - - -

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Features

Covering 20-500 MIPS or more with a single instruction. Learn more about the features of V850 for low-end, high-end, and ASSP.

Development Environment for the Renesas V850 Family MCUs

Includes the new CubeSuite+ integrated development environment that, in addition to compiling and debugging programs, can be used to manage pin placement, generate code for microcontroller peripherals, and speed up building.