ON Semiconductor has started to sample the Q32M210, the first in a new family of mixed-signal microcontrollers (MCUs) for precision measurement and monitoring.
Built with the ARM Cortex-M3 processor, the Q32M210 delivers high precision performance and predictable operation with high power efficiency. Applications include portable medical devices such as patient monitors, wireless ECGs and blood glucose meters, as well as other sensing applications that require improved flash memory reliability.
- Less than 400 µA/MHz, up to 16MHz clock speed
- Reliable operation down to 1.7V; 3.3V nominal supply voltage
- Low-current sleep mode with RTC active (<750 nA)
- Low-current standby mode with register and SRAM detention (<26 µA)
- 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3 CPU
- 256 kB on-chip flash with integrated hardware ECC for program and user data storage
- 48 kB on-chip SRAM
- Flexible DMA, 4 general-purpose timers, CRC calculator
- Dual 16-bit ADCs
- Highly accurate voltage reference
- Triple 10-bit DACs and 32-bit core
- on-chip power supervision with dedicated brown-out protection circuitry
- low battery detection
- 112-segment LCD interface
- On-chip low resistance switches
- Precision voltage reference (< 50 PPM/°C)
- 140-pin TLLGA package
- Supports UART, dual-SPI/SQI, I2C, I2S and a USB 2.0 full speed interface with integrated PHY
Pricing: $4.99 each in 10ku quantities.
Availability: Samples are available now.
Datasheet: Click here.