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Computer Hardware & Peripherals -> Computer Boards & Cards -> Processors & Microcontrollers -> Microcontrollers


Microcontrollers




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RF Microcontroller Unit includes 128-bit AES security.

Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)    Dallas, TX 75243-4136
Jul 21, 2014 Suited for low-power RF applications, Model RF430F5978 integrates sub-1 GHz RF transceiver, 3D LF wake-up trigger and transponder, and programmable MSP430™ core. Device protects sensitive data and prevents signal interference with 128-bit AES security co-processor that allows data encryption for product authentication and secure access. Typical applications include wireless sensor networks, data loggers, active transponders, remote monitoring systems, and container tracking.

Automotive Microcontrollers incorporate CAN FD interface.

Spansion, LLC    Sunnyvale, CA 94088 3453
Jul 03, 2014 Based on ARM® Cortex®-R5 core, 32-bit Spansion® Traveo™ S6J3100 incorporates CAN FD interface operating at 5 Mbps for in-vehicle networking, such as body control modules and HVAC applications. Microcontrollers use 55 nm technology, come standard with up to 4 MB of flash memory for high-level program control, and offer high-speed operation of 144 MHz. Devices also feature Secure Hardware Extension for network security and advanced partial wakeup for lowering power consumption.

FRAM Microcontrollers range from 32-128 KB.

FRAM Microcontrollers range from 32-128 KB.

Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)    Dallas, TX 75243-4136
Jul 02, 2014 With EnergyTrace++™ real-time power profiler and debugger, MSP430FR59x/69x FRAM MCUs are suited for smart utility metering, wearable electronics, remote sensors, energy harvesting, and data acquisition systems. Ultra-low-leakage technology with embedded FRAM delivers active power of 100 µA/MHz and accurate-RTC standby power of 450 nA across temperature range of -40 to +85°C. In addition, devices include ADC that consumes 140 µA at 200 kSPS, integrated 8-mux LCD, and 256-bit AES accelerator.

Integrated MCUs use field-oriented and motor control technologies.

Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)    Dallas, TX 75243-4136
Jun 27, 2014 Reducing development time while promoting speed control, efficiency, performance, and reliability, C2000™ Piccolo™ TMS320F2805x MCUs are equipped InstaSPIN-FOC™ (field-oriented control) and InstaSPIN-MOTION™ motor control technology on ROM of chip. These MCUs, optimized for 3-phase sensored or sensorless motor control applications, feature diverse integrated analog control peripherals, multiple on-chip communication interfaces, and C28x CPU running at 60 MHz with embedded memory for storage.

ARM-Based 32-Bit MCUs serve Internet of Things applications.

Atmel Corp.    San Jose, CA 95131
Jun 16, 2014 Combining 32-bit ARM® cores with low-power technology and intelligent peripherals, Atmel® | SMART™ MCUs include embedded processing and connectivity as well as software and tools designed to accelerate efficient development. SmartConnect SAM W23 modules, based on ULP Wi-Fi SoC combined with ARM® Cortex®M0+ based MCU technology, suit designers seeking to integrate Wi-Fi connectivity. Turnkey system provides integrated software solution with application and security protocols.

Wireless MCU Platforms foster IoT application development.

Marvell Semiconductor Inc.    Santa Clara, CA 95054
Jun 10, 2014 Powered by EZ-Connect™ software, wireless silicon platform SoCs include MW300, 802.11n Wi-Fi MCU; MB300 Bluetooth MCU with dual-mode Bluetooth 4.1 support; and MZ100 ZigBee MCU with 802.15.4/ZigBee. These products help OEMs bring new Internet of Things (IoT) applications to market. Software, with SDKs and APIs, enables developers to leverage full potential of built-in MCU on SoC solutions.

Dual-Core MCUs suit functional safety applications.

Dual-Core MCUs suit functional safety applications.

Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)    Dallas, TX 75243-4136
Jun 03, 2014 Based on 32-bit lockstep ARM® Cortex®-R5 cores in cached memory architecture, Hercules™ RM57Lx and TMS570LCx support speeds up to 330 MHz, delivering 550 peak DMIPS, 660 peak MIPS, and up to 330 MFLOPS. RM57Lx models help developers meet IEC 61508 functional safety standards, while TMS570LCx MCUs help meet ISO 26262 functional safety standard. Floating point devices support up to 4 MB of integrated program Flash, 512 KB of on-chip RAM, and 128 KB of data Flash for EEPROM emulation.

Microcontrollers target automotive applications.

Spansion, LLC    Sunnyvale, CA 94088 3453
May 28, 2014 Delivering advanced HMI, security, and networking for automotive applications, Traveo™ MB9D560 series features dual ARM® Cortex®-R5 cores with 2 MB embedded flash and operates at 200 MHz. Dual-core structure on one chip has 2 interface circuits for resolver sensors for motor control as well as 2 unique hardware IP for motor control operations. Each core has built-in FPU and operates at 1.66 DMIPS/MHz, with each motor running independently but monitoring operation of each other.

Extreme Environment Microcontroller operates up to 175°C.

Tekmos, Inc.    Austin, TX 78744
May 13, 2014 Supplied in 48-pin ceramic DIP, TK68HC811E2 offers optimized screening for extended data retention and can be used in demanding applications. Features include 68HC11 CPU; power saving Stop and Wait modes; 512 bytes on-chip RAM with data retained during standby; and 2,048 bytes EEPROM. Along with asynchronous NRZ communications interface and synchronous SPI, features include 8-channel 8-bit ADC, 16-bit timer system, 8-bit pulse accumulator, 38 GPIO pins, and real-time interrupt circuit.

Microcontroller Units suit sensor-based applications.

Future Electronics    Montreal H9R 5C7  Canada
May 06, 2014 Due to its floating point unit and DSP capabilities, Renesas 32-bit RX600 can process sensor fusion algorithm in real-time with minimal loading on CPU. Renesas RX100 series, featuring DSP capabilities, supports near-sensor processing in applications such as medical imaging, embedded vision, industrial inspection, and surveillance. Supporting near-sensor processing requirements, RX111 provides single-cycle multiply and hardware-based divide capability as well as extensive DSP instruction set.

Programmable MCU Resolver Kit replaces dedicated conversion ICs.

Texas Instruments, Inc. / Tiris Division    Dallas, TX 75243
Apr 22, 2014 Conserving system expense and space in diverse industrial applications, C2000™ MCU Resolver Kit shows designers how to implement digital conversion using software on programmable C2000 MCUs. Solution replaces dedicated resolver-to-digital chipsets with MCUs while extending functionality by letting MCU handle resolver-to-digital decoding as well as other software-programmable, real-time functions. Kit provides complete hardware and includes software and hardware development packages.

ULP Microcontrollers are available in compact packages.

ULP Microcontrollers are available in compact packages.

Texas Instruments, Inc., Semiconductors    Dallas, TX 75243
Apr 15, 2014 Helping developers conserve board space, MSP430™ ultra-low power (ULP) MCUs include FRAM-based MSP430FR5738 and Flash-based MSP430F51x2 in WLCSPs as small as 2.0 x 2.2 x 0.3 mm. I/O (1.8 V) on MSP430F5229 MCUs enables applications with sensor fusion capabilities, while libraries and support facilitate USB development on MSP430F5528 MCUs in CE applications. Range of 1.8 and 5 V tolerant I/O on MSP430F51x2 MCUs fosters diverse component interface capabilities.

General-Purpose 8-Bit MCUs features Core Independent Peripherals.

Microchip Technology, Inc.    Chandler, AZ 85224 6199
Apr 09, 2014 Available in 14-, 20-, 28-, and 40-/44-pin packages, PIC®16(L)F170X and PIC®16(L)F171X combine intelligent analog and core independent peripherals with eXtreme Low Power (XLP) technology. MCUs integrate 2 Op Amps to drive analog control loops, sensor amplification, and basic signal conditioning. Built-in Zero Cross Detect (ZCD) simplifies TRIAC control and minimizes EMI caused by switching transients, while pin-mapping lets designers designate pinout of peripheral functions.

Development Kit supports mini, low power microcontrollers.

ROHM Semiconductor USA, LLC    San Diego, CA 92121
Apr 08, 2014 Featuring code development and debugging software and hardware, LAPIS Development Kit helps accelerate development of embedded designs that leverage ML610Q100 Series microcontrollers. To start creating circuits and programs, kit routes all I/O pins to prototyping area on development board, providing access to all combined 40 I/O pins, as well as power and ground rails of 2 microcontrollers. Two universal sockets with common pin functions allow interfacing to customer's daughter boards.

Low Power Microcontrollers provide sensor management.

ROHM Semiconductor USA, LLC    San Diego, CA 92121
Mar 17, 2014 Designed to manage, collect, and analyze data from environmental sensors, Models ML610Q793 and ML610Q794G incorporate 8-bit RISC CPU core and 16-bit coprocessor for arithmetic operations, along with analog to digital converters. Devices operate at up to 4 MHz and include 64 KB of Flash for program storage, 4 KB of RAM for program use, and 8 KB of dual port RAM for data logging. Interfaces such as I2C Master/Slave, SPI, GPIO, and UART enable compatibility with many types of sensors.

Evaluation Board integrates Ethernet MAC+PHY.

Evaluation Board integrates Ethernet MAC+PHY.

Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)    Dallas, TX 75243-4136
Mar 14, 2014 Based on TM4C1294NCPDT MCU, Tiva™ C Series Connected LaunchPad enables engineers to rapidly prototype wide range of cloud-enabled applications. On-board 10/100 Ethernet MAC+PHY provides advanced-line diagnostics for smart identification of cabling issues, while integrated CAN and USB provide high-speed connectivity, allowing creation of seamless gateway solutions. With 2 BoosterPack XL interfaces, designers can expand application reach with sensors, displays, and wireless modules.

Microcontroller Unit provides application oriented control.

Microcontroller Unit provides application oriented control.

Future Technology Devices International Ltd.    Hillsboro, OR 97124-6499
Mar 07, 2014 In addition to four 8-bit DACs and ADCs, Model FT51 incorporates 8051-compatible processor core operating at 48 MHz with 48 MIPS processing capacity. Hardwired USB hub enables cascading of sub-systems to extend system connectivity, facilitating data collection and downloading of complex systems. Other interfaces/ports include USB 2.0 full-speed peripheral, I2C slave and master, as well as SPI slave and master. In addition, IC has 16-bit PWMs on 16 output pins with drive capability from 4–16 mA.

Low-Power MCU incorporates diverse peripheral set.

Atmel Corp.    San Jose, CA 95131
Mar 04, 2014 Based on ARM® Cortex® M0+ MCU, SAM D21 features 48 MHz operation and integrates such features as full-speed, crystal-less USB; I2S; and timers/counters for control applications. Other elements of performance include 2.14 Coremark/MHz, single-cycle IO access, and 6- to 12-channel Event System and DMA. Drawing down to 70 µA/MHz in active mode, MCU includes peripheral set with up to 6 SERCOM modules, configurable as UART/USART, SPI, and I˛C, and peripheral touch controller.

ARM Cortex-M3 Based MCU features embedded graphics from NXP.

Future Electronics    Montreal H9R 5C7  Canada
Jan 17, 2014 Intended for embedded applications, LPC1788 features ARM Cortex-M3 CPU that has 3-stage pipeline, Harvard architecture with separate local instruction and data buses, third bus for peripherals, and internal pre-fetch unit that supports speculative branches. Cortex-M3 core offers debug features and supports block integration. Targeted to operate at up to 100 MHz CPU frequency, MCU also offers flash memory accelerator to accomplish optimal performance when executing code from flash.

SFF Ultra Low Power MCUs foster smart connectivity.

Atmel Corp.    San Jose, CA 95131
Jan 09, 2014 Supplied in 3 x 3 mm WLCSP featuring 49 balls with 0.4 mm pitch, SAM G series ARM® Cortex-M4-based MCUs suit sensor hub and battery-operated applications. SAM G51 and SAM G53 series consume as little as 100 µA/MHz in active mode (7 µA in sleep with SRAM retention), have 48 MHz frequency, and offer wake-up time down to 3 µsec. Along with floating point unit (FPU) option, features include Peripheral Event System, SleepWalking, as well as up to 512 KB Flash and 96 KB SRAM.




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