Microchip delivers PIC-less CAN device

Levy, Markus
July 1999
EDN;07/22/99, Vol. 44 Issue 15, p20
Trade Publication
Introduces MCP2510, a stand-alone controller area network (CAN) microprocessor in the United States. Compliance of the device with CAN specification 2.0B; Product features; Development of the device by Microchip Technology Inc.


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