Re: PS/2 mouse as 1351?

From: Hársfalvi Levente (
Date: 2003-09-22 21:52:48

> Am I correct in assuming that "C" means CMOS, and that "F" means "Fast"
> (so, the 16F84 is not CMOS)?  What does "CR" mean?

C means CMOS, but F is "Flash" in this context (as the microcontroller is 
equipped with Flash program memory instead of the original EEPROM).

The CR version has been an OTP-Eprom-based 16F84 (probably designed for long 
production runs, reducing cost).


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