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<sup>1</sup> Previously Mitsubishi, now Renesas.
<sup>1</sup> Previously Mitsubishi, now Renesas.<br />
<sup>2</sup> Previously Hitachi, now Renesas.
<sup>2</sup> Previously Hitachi, now Renesas.<br />


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Revision as of 12:32, 1 February 2010

The embedded controller is a small microcontroller typically used in laptops for various purposes.

Embedded controller table

Vendor Model Type Architecture Toolchains Datasheet(s) Comments
ENE KB910 extra chip ? ? ?
ENE KB3310 extra chip ? ? ?
ENE KB3700 extra chip 8bit, 8051 core ? [1]
Fujitsu MB90378 extra chip 16bit, F2MC-16LX family ? [2]
ITE IT8510E combined EC & Super I/O 8bit, 8051 core ? ?
Renesas M388591 extra chip 8bit, 740 family ? [3]
Renesas M38867M8A1 extra chip 8bit, 740 family ? search for "M38867M8A" at renesas.com
Renesas H8S 64F3169ATE102 extra chip ? ? ?
NSC PC87570 combined EC & Super I/O ? ? ?
SMSC FDC37N958FR combined EC & Super I/O ? ? ?
SMSC LPC47N252 combined EC & Super I/O ? ? ?

1 Previously Mitsubishi, now Renesas.
2 Previously Hitachi, now Renesas.

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