Sleep mode
Stops the CPU's clock, but other functions aside from the CPU still operate. Power-conserving mode that allows peripheral functions to continue running.
 Stop mode
Stops the clock's oscillator and all functions. Lowest power mode, but saves data.
 CPU-intermittent mode
Pauses the CPU's clock periodically Allows the CPU to continue operating, but reduces power demands.
 Data transfer peripheral (DTP)
A special terminal on the F2MC 16 LX series of CPUs that automatically initiates a transfer when receiving a direct-memory access request from an external chip, or when receiving an interrupt.
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