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Nuvoton intros 32bit Cortex-M0 MCU

20 Feb 2013

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Nuvoton Technology Corp. has rolled out a series of 32bit Cortex-M0 MCU with USB 2.0 Full Speed devices and a 10bit ADC. The NUC123 series claims to offer high 72MHz operating speed, large 20KB SRAM and eight USB end-points. Aimed at USB communication and data processing, the device is also geared for consumer electronics, industrial control and communication system applications.

The NUC123 series supports 32bit multiplier, features structure Nested Vector Interrupt Control (NVIC), dual-channel APB and Peripheral Direct Memory Access (PDMA) with CRC function. In addition, the series is equipped with flash memory ranging from 36-68KB, SRAM from 12-20KB, 8-channel 10bit ADC, high-performance communications peripherals such as UART, SPI, I2C, I2S USB 2.0 FS devices, and offers low-voltage reset and brown-out detection. It also touts PWM, capture and compare features, four sets of 32bit timers, Watchdog Timer and internal RC oscillator.

The NuTiny-SDK-NUC123 is a development kit that supports NUC123 series to work with Keil RVMDK, IAR EWARM evaluation development environment and CooCox—a free and open development tool, including project manager, editor, compiler tools and debugger. Nuvoton also provides the In System Program, In Circuit Program and In Application Program function, by either on-line or off-line programming system to update flash memory program.

Nuvoton NUC123

The Nuvoton NUC123

The NUC123 series is in volume production. It offers the LQFP48/64 and QFN33 package types for various applications.

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