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HOLTEK New BS83A02L Ultra-Low Power I/O Touch MCU

Published: Dec 12,2019

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Holtek announced the release of a new generation ultra-low power I/O type Touch Flash MCU, the BS83A02L. This device has ultra-low power characteristics giving it a single touch key standby current of less than 150nA at a voltage of 3V. This new device is supplied in a thin 6-pin DFN package, making it especially suitable for battery powered or low power applications, such as smart cards, smart wristbands, electronic door locks, etc.

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The device supports 2 touch keys and has an operating voltage of 1.8V~5.5V, which can meet the requirements of a large range of electronic products with different operating voltages. It is supplied in a 6-pin DFN (2×2×0.35mm) package, which in having a thickness of only 0.35mm, makes it especially suitable for use in low profile touch key applications. The device is also supplied in 6-pin SOT23 and 8-pin SOP package types for different application requirements.

Holtek also fully supports the device with a comprehensive suite of hardware and software development tools. The supporting software includes a touch key function library which enables designers to develop their products more rapidly by eliminating the need to write code for the touch key functions. The hardware development tool is known as the e-Link which works together with an OCDS evaluation MCU to provide users with an actual MCU device with which emulation and debug can be implemented, thus reducing significantly the development to market time.

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