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The Cortex-M0 LPC1100L family is changing how engineers think about 8- and 16-bit design by saving power, reducing cost, shrinking designs, and getting to market faster. This sponsored session demonstrated two different designs: a CANopen relay driver and a lithium ion battery charger while showing an engineer's migration path to move to 32-bit. We also discussed the design changes needed to complete the migration as well as the resulting benefits of reduced cost-and-power while experiencing enhanced performance.
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