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Cygnal microcontroller offers CAN connectivity

Posted: 08 Aug 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:cygnal ic? c8051f040? flash microcontroller? can bus? controller area network?

Cygnal Integrated Products Inc. has announced the release of the C8051F040 mixed-signal Flash microcontroller with CAN bus connectivity suitable for industrial control, smart sensor, and data acquisition applications on CAN networks.

"The C8051F040 combines a comprehensive set of analog and digital peripherals with Cygnal's High-Speed CPU and FLASH memory," said Danny Allred, director of product marketing for Cygnal. "With CAN 2.0B connectivity, this product offers an outstanding feature set for industrial automation and smart sensor applications."

The integrated CAN 2.0B controller has 32 message objects, each with its own filter mask. The microcontroller also integrates analog peripherals such as two 12-bit DACs, a 12-bit 100KSa/s ADC, 160V common-mode input range programmable gain difference amplifier, comparators, reference, and a temperature sensor.

It also features a pipelined 8051 CPU, delivering up to 25MIPS at 25MHz, and additional serial interfaces such as UARTs, SPI bus, and SMBus on-chip memory consist of 64KB in-system programmable Flash and 4.3KB RAM.

Integrated on-chip JTAG debug circuitry eliminates the need for large profile sockets and in- circuit emulators, further reducing system development time and cost.

Packaged in either a 100-pin or 64-pin TQFP, the C8051F040 is priced starting at $16.05 in 1,000 piece quantities.

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