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MN101C66D, MN101C66G
Type
Internal ROM type
ROM (byte)
RAM (byte)
Package (Lead-free)
Minimum Instruction
Execution Time
MN101C66D
MN101C66G
MN101CF66G
MN101CP66D
Mask ROM
FLASH
EPROM
64K 128K 64K
2K 4K 2K
LQFP080-P-1414A,
QFP084-P-1818E
LQFP080-P-1414A
(ES (Engineering Sample) available),
QFP084-P-1818E
LQFP080-P-1414A, QFP084-P-1818E
0.1 µs (at 4.5 V to 5.5 V, 20 MHz)
0.25 µs (at 2.7 V to 5.5 V, 8 MHz)
62.5 µs (at 2.0 V to 5.5 V, 32 kHz)*
* The lower limit for operation guarantee for flash memory built-in type is 2.5 V.
* The lower limit for operation guarantee for EPROM built-in type is 2.3 V.
Interrupts
RESET, Watchdog, External 0 to 2, External 3 (LQFP080-P-1414A : Not mounted), External 4 (key interrupt dedicated), Timer 0 to 3,
Timer 6, Timer 7 (2 systems), Timer 8 (2 systems), Time base, Serial 0 (2 systems), Serial 2, A/D conversion finish
Timer Counter
Timer counter 0 : 8-bit × 1
(square-wave/8-bit PWM output, event count, generation of remote control carrier, simple pulse width measurement)
(square-wave/PWM output to large current terminal P50 possible)
Clock source................ 1/2, 1/4 of system clock frequency; 1/1, 1/4, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64 of OSC oscillation clock frequency; 1/1 of
XI oscillation clock frequency; external clock input
Interrupt source ........... coincidence with compare register 0
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Timer counter 1 : 8-bit × 1
(square-wave output, event count, synchronous output event)
Clock source................ 1/2, 1/8 of system clock frequency; 1/1, 1/4, 1/16, 1/8192, 1/32768 of OSC oscillation clock frequency;
1/1 of XI oscillation clock frequency; external clock input
Interrupt source ........... coincidence with compare register 1
Timer counter 0, 1 can be cascade-connected.
Timer counter 2 : 8-bit × 1
(square-wave output, additional pulse type 10-bit PWM output, event count, synchronous output event, simple pulse
width measurement)
(square-wave/PWM output to large current terminal P52 possible)
Clock source................ 1/2, 1/4 of system clock frequency; 1/1, 1/4, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64 of OSC oscillation clock frequency; 1/1 of
XI oscillation clock frequency; external clock input
Interrupt source ........... coincidence with compare register 2
Timer counter 3 : 8-bit × 1
(square-wave output, event count, generation of remote control carrier, serial 0 baud rate timer)
Clock source................ 1/2, 1/8 of system clock frequency; 1/1, 1/4, 1/16, 1/64, 1/128 of OSC oscillation clock frequency; 1/1 of
XI oscillation clock frequency; external clock input
Interrupt source ........... coincidence with compare register 3
Timer counter 2, 3 can be cascade-connected.
Timer counter 6 : 8-bit freerun timer
Clock source................ 1/1 of system clock frequency; 1/1, 1/4096, 1/8192 of OSC oscillation clock frequency; 1/1, 1/4096,
1/8192 of XI oscillation clock frequency
Interrupt source ........... coincidence with compare register 6
Timer counter 7 : 16-bit × 1
(square-wave output, IGBT/16-bit PWM output (cycle / duty continuous variable), event count, synchronous output
evevt, pulse width measurement, input capture)
(square-wave/PWM output to large current terminal P51 possible)
Clock source................ 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/16 of system clock frequency; 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/16 of OSC oscillation clock frequency; 1/1,
1/2, 1/4, 1/16 of external clock input frequency
Interrupt source ........... coincidence with compare register 7 (2 lines)
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MN101C66D, MN101C66G
Timer counter 8 : 16 bit × 1
(square-wave/16-bit PWM output [duty continuous variable], event count, pulse width measurement, inputcapture)
(square-wave/PWM output to large current terminal P53 possible)
Clock source................ 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/16, 1/128 of system clock frequency; 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/16, 1/128 of OSC oscillation clock
frequency; 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/16 of external clock input frequency
Interrupt source ........... coincidence with compare register 8 (2 lines)
Timer counters 7, 8 can be cascade-connected.
(square-wave output, PWM, input capture, pulse width measurement is possible as a 32-bit timer.)
Time base timer (one-minute count setting)
Clock source................ 1/1 of OSC oscillation clock frequency; 1/1 of XI oscillation clock frequency
Interrupt source ........... 1/128, 1/256, 1/512, 1/1024, 1/8192, 1/32768 of clock source frequency
Watchdog timer
Interrupt source ........... 1/65536, 1/262144, 1/1048576 of system clock frequency
Serial interface
Serial 0 : synchronous type/UART (full-duplex) × 1
Clock source................ 1/2, 1/4 of system clock frequency; pulse output of timer counter 3; 1/2, 1/4, 1/16, 1/64 of OSC oscillation
clock frequency
Serial 2 : synchronous type × 1
Clock source................ 1/2, 1/4 of system clock frequency; pulse output of timer counter 3; 1/2, 1/4, 1/16, 1/32 of OSC oscillation
clock frequency
I/O Pins
I/O
Input
61 Common use , Specified pull-up resistor available, Input/output selectable (bit unit)
(60) ( ) : LQFP080-P-1414A
4 Common use , Specified pull-up resistor available
(3) ( ) : LQFP080-P-1414A
A/D converter
10-bit × 8-ch. (with S/H)
Display control function
LCD
32 segments × 4 commons (static, 1/2, 1/3, or 1/4 duty)
LCD power supply separated from VDD (usable if VLCD VDD)
LCD power shunt resistance contained
Special Ports
Buzzer output, remote control carrier signal output, high-current drive port
Electrical Charactreistics (Supply current)
Parameter
Symbol
Condition
Operating supply current
Supply current at HALT
Supply current at STOP
IDD1
IDD2
IDD3
IDD4
IDD5
IDD6
IDD7
fosc = 20 MHz , VDD = 5 V
fosc = 8 MHz , VDD = 5 V
fx = 32 kHz , VDD = 3 V
fx = 32 kHz , VDD = 3 V, Ta = 25°C
fx = 32 kHz , VDD = 3 V , Ta = –40°C to +85°C
VDD = 5 V , Ta = 25°C
VDD = 5 V , Ta = –40°C to +85°C
Limit
Unit
min typ max
25 60 mA
10 25 mA
30 100 µA
4 8 µA
30 µA
2 µA
50 µA
Development tools
In-circuit Emulator
PX-ICE101C/D+PX-PRB101C66-QFP084-P-1818E-M
PX-ICE101C/D+PX-PRB101C66-LQFP080-P-1414A-M
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Pin Assignment
P70, SEG15
P71, SEG14
P72, SEG13
P73, SEG12
P74, SEG11
P75, SEG10
P76, SEG9
P77, SEG8
P80, SEG7
P81, SEG6
P82, SEG5
P83, SEG4
P84, SEG3
P85, SEG2
P86, SEG1
P87, SEG0
COM0, P30
COM1, P31
COM2, P32
COM3, P33
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
MN101C66D
MN101C66G
40 TM8IO, P15
39 TM7IO, P14
38 TM3IO, P13
37 TM2IO, P12
36 TM1IO, P11
35 RMOUT, TM0IO, P10
34 BUZZER, P06
33 SBT2, P05
32 SBI2, P04
31 SBO2, P03
30 SBT0, P02
29 RXD, SBI0, P01
28 TXD, SBO0, P00
27 VDD
26 VREF-
25 AN7, PA7
24 AN6, PA6
23 AN5, PA5
22 AN4, PA4
21 AN3, PA3
LQFP080-P-1414A
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Pin Assignment
MN101C66D, MN101C66G
P70, SEG15
P71, SEG14
P72, SEG13
P73, SEG12
P74, SEG11
P75, SEG10
P76, SEG9
P77, SEG8
P80, SEG7
P81, SEG6
P82, SEG5
P83, SEG4
P84, SEG3
P85, SEG2
P86, SEG1
P87, SEG0
N.C.
COM0, P30
COM1, P31
COM2, P32
COM3, P33
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
MN101C66D
MN101C66G
42 TM8IO, P15
41 TM7IO, P14
40 TM3IO, P13
39 TM2IO, P12
38 TM1IO, P11
37 RMOUT, TM0IO, P10
36 BUZZER, P06
35 SBT2, P05
34 SBI2, P04
33 SBO2, P03
32 SBT0, P02
31 RXD, SBI0, P01
30 TXD, SBO0, P00
29 VDD
28 VREF-
27 AN7, PA7
26 AN6, PA6
25 AN5, PA5
24 AN4, PA4
23 AN3, PA3
22 AN2, PA2
QFP084-P-1818E
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