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Microcontrollers & Microprocessors

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32-bit ARM CortexTM-M4 - NuMicro® Family
       M451 Base Series
       M451M Series
       M452 USB Series
       M453 CAN Series
       M4TK Touch Key Series
       NUC442/472 Series
       NUC505 Series

32-bit ARM CortexTM-M0 - NuMicro® Family
       M051 Base Series
       M0518 Series
       M0519 Series
       M0564 Series
       Mini51 Base Series
       NUC029 Series
       NUC100/200 Advanced Series
       NUC120/122/123/220 USB Series
       NUC121/125 Series
       NUC126 USB Series
       NUC130/230 CAN Series
       NUC131 CAN Series
       NUC140/240 Connectivity Series
       NANO100/102 Base Series
       NANO103 Base Series
       NANO110/112 LCD Series
       NANO120 USB Series
       NANO130 Advanced Series

32-bit ARM9 Microprocessors
       N3290 MJPEG Series
       N3291 Multi-Format Decoder Series
       N3292 H.264 Codec Series
       NUC970 Industrial Control Series

8-bit 8051 Microcontrollers
       Standard 8051
       LPC 8051
       Development Tools for 8-bit Microcontrollers

Development Tools for ARM Cortex-M0/M4 Microcontrollers

32-bit ARM CortexTM-M4 based microcontrollers

Microcontrollers belonging to the NuMicro Family, based on the modern CortexTM-M4 core running (depending on its version) up to 100 MHz. They operate over a wide supply voltage range 2.5V - 5.5V in a wide temperature range -40 - +105°C. They provide rich peripherals to offer superb features and connectivity capability. Typically they are equipped with 128 to 512 KB embedded Flash and up to 64 KB SRAM memories, GPIOs (up to 144 pins), 32-bit timers, real-time clock (RTC), 16-bit PWM, 12-bit ADCs, analog comparators, operating amplifiers, cryptographic accelerator, random number generator and many interfaces, such as UART (supporting IrDA and LIN function), SC, SPI, PS2 Device, I2C, I2S, CAN, USB, EBI, ICAP, SD Host and QEI. Furthermore the NUC472 series is equipped with the Ethernet 10/100 MAC controller.


32-bit ARM CortexTM-M0 based microcontrollers - NuMicro family

Microcontrollers belonging to the NuMicro Family, based on the modern CortexTM-M0 core running (depending on its version) up to 72 MHz. Most of them operate over a wide supply voltage range 2.5V - 5.5V but some series operate at low voltage 1.8 - 3.6 V. They provide rich peripherals to offer superb features and connectivity capability. Typically they are equipped with up to 128 KB Flash and up to 16 KB SRAM memories, GPIOs (up to 86 pins), 32-bit timers, 16-bit PWM, and UART, SPI and I2C interfaces. Furthermore, depending on the type of the chip, they may have a real-time clock (RTC), ADC, DAC, analog comparators, LCD, Touch Key controllers and additional interfaces such as: I2S, USB, EBI, SCI (Smart Card) and also CAN and LIN buses.


32-bit ARM7 family microprocessors

The group of microprocessors based on ARM7TDMI core, compliant with industry microprocessor (MPU) specification, running up to 81 MHz. It includes two series: NUC500 and NUC700.

NUC500 series has simple architecture that boots the program code from external SPI Flash (with OTP protection) into the high-speed SRAM for program execution. It provides Audio Process Unit with 16-bit DAC, 10-bit ADC, Real Time Clock (RTC), PWM outputs, and many interfaces, including UART, USB, SPI and I2C.

NUC700 series microprocessors provide 10/100 Ethernet MAC controller with MII/RMII interface and are targed mainly at Ethernet applications. They are equipped with I-cache and D-cache memories and External Bus Interface (EBI) to external ROM/SRAM, NOR Flash, and SDRAM memories and to external I/Os. Moreover they can provide LCD controller, Real Time Clock (RTC), PWM outputs, and many interfaces, including UART, USB, SPI, I2C, and AC97/I2S.


32-bit ARM9 family microprocessors

The group of microprocessors based on ARM926EJ-S core, running up to 300 MHz. It includes following series: N3290, N3291, N3292, and NUC970.

N3290, N3291, and N3292 series integrate various video codecs and are designed mainly for multimedia applications. System booting modes use SD card, NAND Flash and SPI Flash memories and USB devices. Microprocessors are equipped with I-cache and D-cache memories, 10-bit or 16-bit ADC, JPEG codec and, depending on the device type, H.264 or/and MJPEG video codecs or hardware video decoder supporting H.264, MPEG-4, H.263 and Sorenson Spark formats. They are packaged into the multi-chip packages (MCP), where are stacked with SDRAM memory to reduce PCB size.

The NUC970 series includes I-cache and D-cache memories and, depending on the device type, provides various features such as External Bus Interface (EBI) to external ROM/SRAM, Flash and SDRAM memories and to external I/Os, Ethernet 10/100 MAC controller, LCD controller, ADC, and crypto accelerator for DES/ 3DES/ AES/ SHA/ HMAC/ PRNG algorithms. They are packaged into the multi-chip packages (MCP), where are stacked with DDR2 memory to reduce PCB size.

Both series are equipped, depending on the device type, with Real Time Clock (RTC), PWM outputs, and many interfaces, like UART, High-Speed USB, SPI, I2C, I2S, CAN, SC, Video Input Interface, and interface to SD/SDIO/eMMC and NAND Flash memories.


8-bit 8051 microcontrollers

A group of 4T, 6T or 12T microcontrollers compatible with 80C51 architecture, which are divided into two series: Standard and LPC.

Standard 8051 Series includes 4T, 6T or 12T microcontrollers, running at up to 40 MHz, with up to 128 KB of Flash memory (most of them are ISP or ICP programming) and up to 256 B + 1 KB of SRAM memory. Some of them are without an internal Flash memory. Depending on the device type they include, in varying amounts, timers, PWM outputs, I/O pins, ADCs and interfaces: UART, SPI and I2C. Some of them provide special functions, like KBI, dual DPTR or JTAG interface.
They operate in two temperature ranges: standard 0...+70°C or industrial -40...+85°C and are produced in 40/44/48/100-pin packages.

LPC 8051 Series includes 4T microcontrollers with a low pin count (LPC), running at up to 24 MHz, with up to 16 KB of Flash memory (ISP and ICP programming) and up to 512 B of SRAM memory. Depending on the device type they include, in varying amounts, timers, PWM outputs, I/O pins, ADCs, analog comparators and interfaces: UART, SPI and I2C. Some of them provide special functions, like KBI.
They operate in the industrial temperature range -40...+85°C and are produced in 16/20/28/48-pin packages.