Fujitsu Microelectronics America changed its name to Fujitsu Semiconductor America, to be consistent with the name change of its parent company, Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited. Fujitsu's 8-, 16-, and 32-bit microcontrollers include general-purpose and application-specific versions; most of the microcontrollers include onboard-flash, ROM, ADC, DAC, CAN (controller-area-network), USB (Universal Serial Bus), and LCD controllers to target automotive, communications, computer-peripheral, industrial, and consumer applications. A full complement of software- and hardware-development tools supports these microcontrollers. The F2MC (Fujitsu flexible-microcontroller) line includes the 8-bit F2MC-8L and F2MC-8FX series and the 16-bit F2MC-16L/16LX/16F series. The FR (Fujitsu RISC) series has a stepper motor and LCD controllers for auto, communications, computer-peripheral, industrial, consumer, and security applications.