What benefits does the ARM core bring to the performance and capability of the CEC1702?
  • The CEC1702 incorporates an ARM Cortex-M4F core. This core is a low-power, powerful programmable 32-bit microcontroller with a hardware Floating Point Unit (FPU).
  • CEC1702 features VCI logic to allow the device to consume very little power (typical 5 µA) and still handle events to turn on power to the system.
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