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TEXAS INSTRUMENTS  LM3S9D96-IQC80-A2  MCU, 32BIT, CORTEX-M3, 80MHZ, LQFP-100

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  • Manufacturer: TEXAS INSTRUMENTS
  • Newark Part No.: 32T2937
  • Manufacturer Part No LM3S9D96-IQC80-A2

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  • Architecture: ARM Cortex-M3
  • CPU Speed: 80MHz
  • Controller Family/Series: (ARM Cortex) Stellaris 9000
  • Core Size: 32bit
  • Embedded Interface Type: CAN, Ethernet, I2C, I2S, SPI, UART, USB
  • MCU Case Style: LQFP
  • MSL: MSL 3 - 168 hours
  • No. of I/O's: 65
  • No. of PWM Channels: 8
  • No. of Pins: 100
  • No. of Timers: 5
  • Operating Temperature Max: 85°C
  • Operating Temperature Min: -40°C
  • Oscillator Type: External, Internal
  • Packaging: Each
  • Peripherals: ADC, Comparator
  • Program Memory Size: 512KB
  • Program Memory Size: 512KB
  • RAM Memory Size: 96KB
  • SVHC: No SVHC (16-Dec-2013)
  • Supply Voltage Max: 3.6V
  • Supply Voltage Min: 3V
  • Supply Voltage Range: 3V to 3.6V

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    Per the manufacturer, more stock expected week of 11/24/14

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Minimum order quantity: 1

Order multiple quantity: 1

Price: $21.85

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1 - 9 $21.85
10 - 24 $19.86
25 - 49 $18.37
50 - 99 $15.59
100 - 249 $14.70
250 - 499 $12.91
500 - 999 $12.81
1000+ $12.22

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I am looking to purchase a few LM3S9D96 Stellaris microcontrollers for development. I may be needing more like 50 within 6 months and possibly upwards of 100-200 after a year (ongoing after that). Before I settle on trying this micro out, I would like to know if you happen to know if this micro will be available in higher amounts in the 6-12 month time frame? I ask because I don't want to start a project with a new processor, but find out that its actually not going to be supported in 6 months time. THank you. Paul Hunt
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Please contact our quote team for the above query at quote@newark.com
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