San Jose, Calif.Cypress Semiconductor Corp. recently introduced a PSoC mixed-signal array with an enhanced A/D converter for fast analog sampling and expanded 8 Kbytes of flash memory capacity for complex algorithm processing.
The CY8C23x33 targets applications with rich feature and software content, ranging from motor control, to camera image engines, to powerline communications and more. The PSoC mixed-signal architecture integrates programmable analog and digital blocks with an 8-bit microcontroller, a combination that offers designers flexibility for a variety of applications.
The CY8C23x33 features an 8-bit successive-approximation (SAR) A/D converter to allow a high sampling rate of 375 Ksps. It offers 26 GPIOs to deliver a high level of configurability to quickly adapt to changes in feature requirements. The device is available in a 5x5 mm QFN package to minimize board space.
The CY8C23x33 PSoC devices feature four digital blocks, including two basic and two communication blocks, and four analog blocks, including two continuous time and two switched capacitor blocks. One of the device's digital blocks is a dedicated hardware I²C block that enables fast and easy programmability to reduce design time.
The CY8C23533 is available in a 32-pin 5x5 mm QFN package and the CY8C23433 is available in a 28-pin SSOP package.
Pricing: $1.80 in quantities of 100,000 or more.
Availability: Full production.
Datasheets: CY8C23533 and CY8C23433.
Cypress Semiconductor, www.cypress.com