ATmega4809 Microcontroller Family
Microchip Technology’s addition to the 8-bit AVR® that features the latest core independent peripherals (CIPs)
Microchip Technology’s ATMEGA4809 megaAVR microcontroller (MCU) extends the capability of real-time control systems by combining intelligent hardware peripherals with the low-power performance of the AVR core. The ATmega4809, 4808, 3209, and 3208 offer a high-speed analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and easy-to-configure core independent peripherals (CIPs) for deterministic response in systems where analog data acquisition and processing is mission critical. These features make the megaAVR series of MCUs an ideal companion in complex microprocessor-based systems, or an excellent standalone processor in command-and-control system designs. The megaAVR MCUs utilize the same robust architecture as the latest tinyAVR® 0- and 1-series devices, while offering increased memory and I/O options. With up to 48 KB of Flash memory in 28-, 32-, and 48-pin packages, these devices suit a wide variety of application needs.
This processor runs at up to 20 MHz and with up to 48 KB Flash, 6 KB SRAM, and 256 bytes of EEPROM in 48-pin packages. The series uses the latest core independent peripherals with low power features including event system, intelligent analog, and advanced peripherals. Getting started with AVR microcontrollers has never been easier. All Microchip AVR MCU families are fully supported by their comprehensive development ecosystem, which includes Atmel Studio, the free integrated development environment (IDE) with built-in GCC compiler, and powerful Atmel START configuration tool. The rich feature set combined with the easy-to-use development tool suite make this ideal for a wide variety of application including Industrial, medical, home automation, and IoT.