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Podzespoły  PIC32MZ EF - mikrokontroler o rozszerzonym zakresie temperaturowym 

 

Firma Microchip poinformowała o wprowadzeniu do oferty pierwszego mikrokontrolera PIC32MZ EF mającego kwalifikację AEC Q100 Grade 1 do pracy w zakresie temperatury -40...+125°C, natomiast wersja mikrokontrolera, która może być taktowana przebiegiem o częstotliwości do 250 MHz, może pracować w zakresie temperatury -40...+85°C.

Układy są oferowane w obudowach TQFP, QFN, VTLA i LQDP o różnej liczbie wyprowadzeń. Mikrokontroler PIC32MZ EF zawiera szybki rdzeń RISC (indeks 795 w teście CoreMark), jednostkę wspomagającą obliczenia zmiennoprzecinkowe FPU, duży wybór modułów peryferyjnych i interfejsowych, włączając w to CAN.

Rozszerzony zakres temperaturowy umożliwia stosowanie układów w aplikacjach przemysłowych i motoryzacyjnych. Duża częstotliwość taktowana rdzenia sprawia, że układ jest idealny do zastosowania w odtwarzaczach multimedialnych wymagających rdzenia o dużej wydajności do dekodowania strumieni audio i/lub wideo.

Rodzina mikrokontrolerów PIC32MZ EF jest wspierana przez MPLAB Harmony Integrated Software Framework; MPLAB X Integrated Development Environment (IDE); MPLAB XC32 Compiler for PIC32; MPLAB ICD 3 In-Circuit Debugger oraz MPLAB Real ICE In-Circuit Emulation System.

Więcej na www.microchip.com

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