Topic : 8051 chip with USB

Forum : 8051

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August 30, 2016 - 9:27am
weuhfs Li

I need a 8051 chip with the following features.

  1. SPI programmable. [ software supported on linux or windows]
  2. With a internal configurable USB module.[with usb SIB]
  3. 5V electrical configuration.
  4. Chip should be mountable on the bred-board.

and I prefer this additional feature too.

  • internal A/D unit.

My chip budget is 0$(Donate ME!) - 10$, Could you suggest me a chip with a brand. My country welcome all brands from any country[no RHoS]. 

--thanks in advance--

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October 26, 2018 - 11:40am
Barjugh Lynn

Interesting. I always buy components from Internet. And I  checked my website that I usually visited. I found may help you.

Most of the Cypress FX2 series of microcontrollers are 8051 based, and should take care of all of your requirements except for the ADC and breadboard, but several breakout designs exist which might satisfy your breadboardable requirement, and it's got I2C which should make it easy to add an ADC (Analog Devices, Linear Tech, National Semiconductor and Maxim).

October 29, 2018 - 8:27am
ethan john

Atmel Corporation has released three new ROM devices to its family of standard 8051-based USB microcontrollers. Complementing the available Flash versions, the new devices are especially suited for high-volume applications where cost matters more than flexibility and where the code is stable.