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32bit MCU features 50MHz operating speed

05 Mar 2013

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Nuvoton Technology Corp. has uncloaked a 32bit Cortex-M0 MCU that offers 50MHz operating speed and includes ISO-7816-3, USB 2.0 FS, VBAT supply for RTC and 12bit ADC. According to the company, the NUC200 series is geared for consumer electronics and industrial control applications.

The NUC200 series supports 32bit multiplier, structure nested vector interrupt control (NVIC), dual-channel APB and peripheral direct memory access (PDMA) with CRC function. In addition, the NUC200 series is equipped with flash memory ranging from 32-128KB, SRAM from 8-16KB, 8-channel 12bit ADC, high-performance communications peripherals such as UART, SPI, I2C, I2S, ISO-7816-3, USB 2.0 FS devices, VBAT supply for RTC, and offers low-voltage reset and Brown-out detection, PWM, capture and compare features, four sets of 32bit timers, Watchdog Timer and internal RC oscillator, etc.

The NuTiny-SDK-NUC200 is a development kit that supports NUC200 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 ISP, ICP and IAP function, by either on-line or off-line programming system to update flash memory program.

The NUC200 series is in volume production. It offers the LQFP48/64/100 package types for various applications.

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