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
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