Why Embedded Microprocessors In Appliances?

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What are embedded microprocessors being used in upcoming modern appliances?
Why Embedded Microprocessors In Appliances?

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Why Embedded Microprocessors In Appliances?

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Microprocessors are embedded in almost everything we own now from cars to appliances to planes and to phones. Almost all electrical equipment have Microprocessors embedded in them. The reason for this is because microprocessors help in controlling and monitoring of that appliance. Let's say for example you turned on a microwave and set it for a few minutes, the embedded microprocessor of the microwave will monitor and control the temperature and time of how long it will operate so that it will not produce too much heat or continue running for hours and hours. Embedded microprocessors help make our lives easier and help to make our appliances to work more efficiently. Without microprocessors life as we know it will be very different.

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Systems with embedded microprocessor are computer chips that are integrated into different products like traffic lights, cars, refrigerators, industrial equipments, and more. These systems are used by millions of people every day but they are not seen because they are integrated within the product or the equipment. It is inside the equipment the people use.

And because they are not seen they don’t receive much attention from any media just like with personal computer. However, the number of embedded microprocessor system computers and their economic importance is significant. It was reported that as far back as 1997, around 30 million microprocessor chips were used by PC manufacturers, whilst close to three billion were used in numerous embedded systems applications.

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