LIN bus microcontroller

  • 10-Oct-2008 11:55 EDT
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Micronas' easyLIN 8-bit microcontrollers simplify the design and reduce the cost of LIN bus modules by combining all logic functions, peripheral modules, interfaces, and a LIN bus interface in a single device. The HVC 22xyA and HVC 24xyA units can be used in applications where networking capability is required, including doors, seats, mirrors, and even powertrain applications. The devices can drive up to eight 12-V loads, such as lamps and relays, directly. The on-chip transistors resist moderate loads and can drive external power transistors for large loads.

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