This is the speed-upgraded version of the ATmega323L. The AVR series of microcontrollers are right up there with Microchip PIC products.
This is the speed-upgraded version of the ATmega323L.
The AVR series of microcontrollers are right up there with Microchip PIC products. Powerful, inexpensive, and programmable with some very good open source software (look up GCC), with a vibrant user community.
The website AVRFreaks gives this very useful information on the ATmega32L:
This device contains 32KB Flash memory, and contains a large range of peripherals. Among the more interesting features are: Self-programming memory (at target Vcc), JTAG interface, 8ch 10-bit ADC, internal calibrated RC Oscillator, Four PWM channels, hardware Multiplier, timers, external interrupts and a wide range of other peripherals as you can expect from a high performance AVR micro. The ATmega323 is pin compatible with the AT90S8535 and ATmega16, and is also available in a 5V version, the ATmega323
Here are more key features: