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Looking for some cost-effective MCUs that can replace STM32

danadakk

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Without knowing your application requirements, peripherals needed, package,
code size, memory, i/o its a total guessing game.

Let me take a guess, would this do -

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Regards, Dana.
 

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That is a terrible choice of processor - the APM32F103xE is expensive and very inefficient.

(actually it probably isn't but the original poster works for its manufacturer so I suspect they show some bias towards their products)

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You can try APT32F1104C8T6, which only costs $0.5. I have used it to design several electronic products, and it is very good.
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