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Freescale claims first MCU to achieve ISO 26262 certification

9/9/2012 04:16 PM EDT
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re: Freescale claims first MCU to achieve ISO 26262 certification
Ironhorse0   7/26/2013 10:24:30 AM
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I have been able only to find limited un-cited reference to this event ("certification" of the two Renesas microcontrollers to ASIL D).  I would appreciate identification of the two microcontrollers icdsn mentioned.  FSL and TI have both identified the specific microcontrollers they have certified (MPC5643Lx and TMS570LSxxx respectively ) and publicly presented the exida and TUV certificates, which state the exact scope of the 3rd party ISO 26262 certification, as MHOD mentions.

Also the standard defining ASIL D was released in November 2011

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MHOD   9/13/2012 8:31:09 PM
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Customers need to be able to confirm the exact scope of, and validate, any 3rd party ISO 26262 certification claims made by semiconductor suppliers. To be able to 100% confirm the validity of such claims, customers should request the supplier’s certification number, if it was issued by a 3rd party assessor. Freescale’s certification number from Exida, is “FREESCALE 1108067 P0026 C001".

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icdsn   9/11/2012 4:51:35 PM
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This claim is false. Renesas Electronics has had two microcontrollers certified by TUV SUD to be ASIL D compliant since July of 2011.

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