Cortex-M3 MUCs feature on-Board 10/100 Ethernet, CAN2.0B and USB

Fri, 11/04/2011 - 2:25am
ECN Europe

Toshiba Electronics Europe’s next series of high-performance, low-power 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3 microcontrollers will combine Ethernet, CAN and USB Host and Device connectivity in a single IC. Potential applications for the TMPM369Fxxx family include industrial control systems, barcode readers, motion control, home appliances and solar inverters.

Picture: Toshiba

Based around an ARM Cortex-M3 core running at 80MHz, the four microcontrollers in the TMPM369Fxxx series integrate single-channel CAN2.0B, a full-speed USB Host controller, a full-speed USB device controller and a 10/100BASE single-channel Ethernet MAC. Two independent ADCs with conversion times of 1µs – or 0.5 µs in interleaved mode – meet the requirements of barcode readers and other applications requiring ultra-fast conversion. In addition, each of the devices features a special Multi-Purpose Timer (MPT). This MPT combines three-phase PWM control with an ADC trigger making the new devices ideal for motor control applications.



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