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I'm looking for a low voltage part in DIP package. I tried searching through the Internet but can't seem to find anything explaining the difference. Try digikey. Are you sure the Atmel datasheet doesn't have this information?
Note that there is also a newer "flavour" of the Mega88, the 88P. The 88P is the newest generation, and has some improvements over the 88V in the low-power areas such as sleeping brown-out. If you are doing a new production design I guess I'd suggest the newer P family.
Getting closer to your question, the PI chips. The I used to be "Industrial temperature range". A C used to be "Commercial temperature range". Nowadays all? AVRs have at least the old I temperature range, and some automotive have more extended range s.
So: PI has lead. Skip to main content. Log in or register to post comments. Go To Last Post. Level: New Member. Posts: 4 View posts. Posted by cheongk : Fri. May 23, - AM. Fivestar widget 1 2 3 4 5. Thanks in advance. Kind regards, Cheong. Level: Resident. Posts: View posts. Posted by davef : Fri. Log in or register to post comments Top. Posted by theusch : Fri.
Short answer: the I has lead, the U or formerly J does not. The datasheet has a footnote for that in the ordering section. Getting even closer: All I chips will contain lead. You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig. I've never met a pig I didn't like, as long as you have some salt and pepper.
Its just strange. Posted by cheongk : Wed. May 28, - AM. Thanks Lee. Appreciate your advise.
Datasheet Atmel ATmega88V
ATMEGA88V Microcontroller. Datasheet pdf. Equivalent
Device: ATmega88V (ISP-SPI)