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Product description

Supplier: Microchip Technology Part No: DSPIC30F5011-20I/PT RoHS: Yes HTS: 8542310001 ECCN: 3A991.a.2 :  160 ADC Resolution: 12 bit CAN: 2 DAC Resolution: N/A Data Bus Width: 16 bit Device Core: dsPIC Dimension: 10 x 10 x 1 mm Ethernet: 0 Family: dsPIC30F5011 Family Name: dsPIC30F I2C: 1 I2S: 0 Instruction Set Architecture: RISC Interface Type: CAN/I2C/SPI/UART Maximum Clock Rate: 20 MHz Maximum CPU Frequency: 20 MHz Maximum Expanded Memory Size: 64 KB Maximum Operating Supply Voltage: 5.5 V Maximum Power Dissipation: N/A Minimum Operating Supply Voltage: 4.75 V Mounting: Surface Mount Number of ADCs: Single Number of DACs: N/A Number of Programmable I/Os: 52 Number of Timers: 5 On-Chip ADC: 16 On-Chip DAC: N/A Operating Temperature: -40 to 85 °C Packaging: Tray Pin Count: 64 Program Memory Size: 66 KB Program Memory Type: Flash RAM Size: 4 KB SPI: 2 Supplier Package: TQFP Supplier Temperature Grade: Industrial Typical Operating Supply Voltage: 5 V UART: 2 USART: 0 USB: 0 Unit of Measure: Per Each

DSPIC30F5011-20I/PT, MCU 16-bit dsPIC RISC 66KB Flash 5V 64-Pin

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