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Our 16-bit PIC® microcontrollers (MCUs) with eXtreme Low Power (XLP) technology, advanced Core Independent Peripherals and cryptographic engine for data security are ideal for battery-powered smart, secure and connected devices. Offering a variety of power saving features, these devices enable you to extend the battery life in your applications.

Benefits of 16-bit XLP MCUs


Low-Power Sleep Modes with Flexible Wake-Up Sources

  • RAM retention sleep mode
  • Sleep current down to 30 nA
  • Deep sleep current down to 10 nA
  • Flexible self-wake-up sources: special low-power Brown-out Reset (BOR), Power-on Reset (POR), Watchdog Timer (WDT), Real-Time Clock/Calendar (RTCC), External Interrupts (INT), Asynchronous Master Clear Reset (MCLR)
  • Wake-up trigger from several peripherals

Flexible and Advanced Integrated Peripherals

  • Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) to offload the CPU such as Configurable Logic Cell (CLC), Real-Time Clock/Calendar (RTCC), Multiple Capture/Compare Pulse-Width Modulation (MCCP) and Peripheral Trigger Generator (PTG)
  • Integrated USB and LCD driver
  • Rich analog integration including 16-bit Sigma-Delta Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs), 12-bit Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) and op amps
  • Crypto engine for data security

Long Battery Life with Robust and Reliable Features

  • Enable battery lifetime of 20+ years
  • Low-power supervisors for safer operation (BOR, WDT)
  • Core Independent Peripherals perform complex tasks at lowest possible energy requirement
  • VBAT battery backup powered separately

Large Portfolio and Efficient Performance Across Voltage Range

  • 8–121 pins
  • 4 KB–1 MB Flash
  • Wide selection of packages
  • More than 80% of instructions are single cycle execution
  • Peripherals run autonomously in low-power modes

16-bit XLP Product Specifications


Device Family Flash
Memory
(KB)
Pins Sleep
(nA)
WDT
(nA)
RTCC
(nA)
1 MHz Run
(μA)
ADC DAC Highlights
PIC24F16KL402 4-16 14-28 30 210 690 160 10-bit
PIC24FJ128GB204 64-128 28-44 380 240 300 178 12-bit Crypto Engine, USB, VBAT
PIC24FJ128GA310 64-128 64-100 330 270 400 160 12-bit Crypto Engine, USB, VBAT
PIC24FJ256GA705 64-256 28-48 190 220 350 191 12-bit Compact form factor
PIC24FJ128GC010 64-128 64-100 420 270 360 178 12-bit 10-bit Crypto Engine, USB, LCD, VBAT
PIC24FJ256GB412 64-256 64-121 70 100 170 166 12-bit 10-bit Crypto Engine, USB, LCD, VBAT
PIC24FJ1024GB610 128-1024 64-100 190 220 350 190 10-bit 1MB ECC flash, USB

16-bit Low Power Microcontrollers


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16-bit Low Power Development Tools


These 16-bit low-power MCU development boards make it easy to get started with your application. Click on the 16-bit MCU Development Tools button to see a complete list of development tools for our 16-bit MCUs.

16-bit PIC MCU Hardware Development Tools

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Documentation

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AN1416 - Low-Power Design Guide Download
AN879 - Using the Microchip Ultra Low-power Wake-up Module Download
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PIC MCU - eXtreme Low Power Solutions for Wearable Applications Download
32-bit MCU Low Power Sell Sheet Download
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PIC® MCU Tips-n-Tricks Featuring nanoWatt XLP Technology Download
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Practical Applications of Low Power Design with nanoWatt XLP Download
The Truth about Power Consumption in PIC MCUs with XLP Technology vs. TI's MSP430 Download

16-bit Low-Power MCUs