The 3858 group is the 8-bit microcomputer based on the 740 family coretechnology. The 3858 group is designed for the household products and officeautomation equipment and includes serial interface functions, 8-bit timer, 16-bit timer, and A/D converter.
- You can download the Application Note "Difference between 3858Group and 3850A Group(QzROM version)" (Document No.REJ05B0822)from an "Application Notes" button in the left navigation on thispage.
- Basic machine-language instructions: 71
- Minimum instruction execution time: 0.32 μs (at 12.5 MHz oscillationfrequency)
- Memory size
- ROM: 48 K bytes
- RAM: 1536 bytes
- Programmable input/output ports: 34
- Software pull-up resistors: Built-in
- Interrupts: 19 sources, 16 vectors (external 8, internal 10, software1)
- Timers: 8-bit × 4, 16-bit × 2
- Serial interface
- Serial I/O1: 8-bit × 1 (UART or Clock-synchronized)
- Serial I/O2: 8-bit × 1 (Clock-synchronized)
- PWM: 8-bit × 1
- A/D converter: 8-bit × 9 channels
- Clock generating circuit: Built-in 2 circuits (connect to external ceramicresonator or quartz-crystal oscillator)
- Watchdog timer: 16-bit × 1
- Power source voltage
- In high-speed mode: 4.0 to 5.5 V (at 12.5 MHz oscillation frequency)
- In high-speed mode: 2.7 to 5.5 V (at 6 MHz oscillation frequency)
- In middle-speed mode: 2.7 to 5.5 V (at 12.5 MHz oscillation frequency, atmiddle-speed mode)
- In low-speed mode: 2.7 to 5.5 V (at 32 kHz oscillation frequency)
- Operating temperature range: –20 to 85 degrees C
Office automation equipment, Factory automation equipment, Householdproducts, Consumer electronics, etc.
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