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Renesas Launches Low-Power Microcontroller Line

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Charles Murray
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Re: Another option in low-power design
Charles Murray   3/19/2013 7:17:00 PM
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Seems like low power would also be critical in the ongoing development of the "Internet of Things."

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Elizabeth M   3/19/2013 7:45:06 AM
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Good idea, Chuck, I am sure they could be adapted for this type of use. There is a lot of innovation happening in this space and low-power is at the heart of it.

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Charles Murray   3/18/2013 7:37:14 PM
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I wonder if these low-power devices could also be used in energy harvesting applications.

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Another option in low-power design
Elizabeth M   3/18/2013 6:32:57 AM
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Renesas is offering yet another option in the low-power microcontroller market to build electronics that consume less power and are more energy efficient. The idea of building high-performance devices is especially attractive as regulations and budgets get tighter.

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