Fujitsu announces next family members of 32-bit RISC Microcontroller series

Frankfurt (PRWEB) October 28, 2005

Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe introduces two new, feature-rich, 32-bit microcontrollers to complement its portfolio of microcontrollers designed with the companys proprietary FRLite core. These latest products are ideally suited to automotive and industrial applications, offering end users a cost-effective solution with 32-bit performance. Samples are available now, with mass production commencing at the end of 2005.


The MB91F272 is housed in a 100-pin LQFP package, which is pin compatible with Fujitsus successful 16-bit MB90340 microcontroller, and contains the 32-bit FR RISC core, 256kB on-board Flash memory, 10kB RAM and CAN interface, as well as peripherals including, 7 UARTs supporting LIN, a 24-channel 10-bit A/D converter, and 3 I2C interfaces.


The MB91F252, however, comes in a 120-pin QFP package, and features 512kB Flash memory, 16kB RAM and other enhanced peripherals that include 2 CAN interfaces and a 32-channel A/D converter.


Both products are designed in Fujitsus proven 0.35

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