Expander I/O

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The principle of a basic I/O port expander is that it provides additional I/Os that can be used by the host processor to implement additional features such as increased number of inputs/outputs, expanding the number of control signals and mixed signal lines. controlling a greater number of peripherals without resorting to an additional Complex Programmable Logic Device (CPLD) or upgrading the central processing unit (CPU).
Xpander logic include an advanced matrix keypad controller supporting up to 96 keys and an advanced PWM controller providing complex brightness pattern control.

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