ATMEL  AT89C51CC03CA-SLSUM  8 Bit Microcontroller, CAN Controller, AT89C51, 60 MHz, 64 KB, 2 KB, 44 Pins, LCC

ATMEL AT89C51CC03CA-SLSUM

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  • Newark Part No.: 68T4888
  • Manufacturer Part No AT89C51CC03CA-SLSUM

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  • Controller Family/Series AT89C51
  • CPU Speed 60MHz
  • Program Memory Size 64KB
  • RAM Memory Size 2KB
  • No. of Pins 44Pins
  • MCU Case Style LCC
  • No. of I/O's 36I/O's
  • Embedded Interface Type CAN, SPI, UART
  • Supply Voltage Min 3V
  • Supply Voltage Max 5.5V
  • Packaging Each
  • EEPROM Memory Size 2 KB
  • MPU Core Size 8bit
  • MSL MSL 3 - 168 hours
  • Peripherals ADC, PWM, Timer
  • Operating Temperature Min -40 °C
  • Operating Temperature Max 85 °C
  • SVHC No SVHC (15-Jun-2015)
  • CAD CadSoft_EAGLE (4.12KB) EN
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    ATMEL - AT89C51CC03CA-SLSUM - MICROCONTROLLER MCU, 8 BIT, 8051, 60MHZ, PLCC-44 3 5 1 1
    Couldn't program them in circuit with Systec USBCAN I couldn't program it in circuit with the Systec USBCAN and Atmel Flip - I don't know why it didn't work. The software went through with the programming as if it worked, but then the chip didn't boot up. I might have messed up and forgotten to check a box somewhere or even load the software. Oh well. I programmed it with a Needhams EMP21 and it worked great. November 7, 2014
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