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Toshiba unveils three new MCUs

Posted: 06 Oct 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Toshiba America Electronic Components? microcontrollers? microcontroller? 32bit MCU? SuperFlash?

Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. (TAEC) unveiled two new 16bit MCUs and a new 32bit MCU based on SuperFlash technology.

The TMP91FW40FG is Toshiba's first 16bit SuperFlash-based MCU to incorporate an LCD controller and was designed for electronic metering and similar applications that require 16bit performance to drive an LCD display.

The TMP91FW60FG/DFG is a 16-bit device that offers a combination of 128Kbytes of flash memory and 8Kbytes of RAM plus 5V-compliance, making it suitable for robust industrial and white goods applications.

The TMP92FD23AFG/ADFG 32bit MCU incorporates 512Kbytes of flash memory and 32Kbytes of RAM, making it well suited for many industrial applications, such as vending machines and industrial control. Mask ROM versions of these devices are also available.

Meanwhile, the low-voltage, low-power consuming TMP91FW40FG 16bit MCU combines 128Kbytes of flash memory and 4Kbytes of RAM with an anti-hypertensive-type LCD driver that can directly drive from 8 to 40 segments x 4 commons. The high-speed MCU is based on Toshiba's TLCS-900/L1 processor core and operates with voltages between 2.2V and 3.6V.

The minimum instruction execution time is only 148ns at 27MHz. Overall power consumption is further reduced by a dual clock and three standby modes, including a programmable idle option. It also offers an integrated 4-channel 10-bit analog-to-digital converter, a 4-channel 8-bit timer, a 3-channel 16-bit timer and a real-time clock with a calendar function. I/O functions include a 4-channel SIO/UART and 61 I/O ports. Packaging is a compact 100-pin LQFP package with dimensions of 14-by-14mm with 0.50mm pitch. A mask ROM version (TMP91CW40FG) is also available.

The TMP91FW60FG/DFG 16bit MCU combines 128Kbytes of flash memory and 8Kbytes of RAM. This low-power MCU is based on Toshiba's TLCS-900/L1 processor core, and has operating voltage of 4.5- to 5.5V and a minimum instruction execution time of 200ns at 20MHz. It also provides an integrated 16-channel 10bit ADC, a 6-channel 8-bit timer, a 5-channel 16bit timer and a real-time counter. I/O functions include a 3-channel SIO/UART, 2-channel I2C/SIO and 83 I/O ports. As well, it incorporates 6 banks of program-patch logic.

Packaging options consist of a 100-pin LQFP package with dimensions of 14-by-14mm with 0.50mm pitch (TMP91FW60FG) or a 100-pin QFP package with dimensions of 14-by-20mm with 0.65mm pitch (TMP91FW60DFG). A mask ROM version (TMP91CW60FG/DFG) is also available.

The TMP92FD23AFG/ADFG 32bit MCU combines 512Kbytes of flash memory and 32Kbytes of RAM. The high-speed, high-performance MCU is based on Toshiba's TLCS-900/H1 processor core and operates with voltages between 3V and 3.6V. The minimum instruction execution time is 50ns at 20MHz. It also offers an integrated 12-channel 10bit ADC, a 6-channel 8bit timer, a 2-channel 16bit timer and a real-time counter. I/O functions include a 3-channel SIO/UART (IrDA version 1.0 interface mode selectable), a 2-channel I?C interface, and 84 I/O ports.

Additional on-board memory includes 4Kbytes of mask ROM for booting; external memory expansion to 16Mbytes is fully supported. Packaging options consist of a 100-pin P-LQFP package with dimensions of 14-by-14mm with 0.50mm pitch (TMP92FD23AFG) or a 100-pin P-QFP package with dimensions of 14mm x 20mm with 0.65mm pitch (TMP92FD23ADFG). A mask ROM version (TMP92CY23FG/DFG) is equipped with 256Kbytes of ROM and 16Kbytes of RAM and has a built-in ROM correction function.

Samples of all of these devices are available now and they are in volume production. The TMP91FW40FG is priced at $6, the TMP91FW60FG at $6, and the TMP92FD23AFG at $9, all for 10,000-unit orders.

- Marty Gold
eeProductCenter




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