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Accelerate development of application software

Accelerate development of application software
Renesas has released the first products in the company’s Synergy Platform, a qualified, easy-to-use platform designed to accelerate time-to-market, reduce TCO and remove many of the obstacles engineers face when designing IoT and other embedded applications. The platform’s first products include the S7G2 and S3A7 MCU groups, which target connected HMI and power-efficient control applications used in industrial, healthcare, home appliance and metering products.
14th October 2015

Compiler developed for 80251 microcontrollers

Compiler developed for 80251 microcontrollers
The SmartCC80251 compiler for 80251 microcontrollers has been released by Dolphin Integration. Users may benefit from a free upgrade to the compiler and join an innovative 80251 ecosystem. Low-power microcontrollers, a state-of-the-art compiler toolchain with an innovative Interactive Development Environment (IDE) guarantee the lasting growth of the i51 legacy.
12th October 2015

MPU supports multiple-image processing & 3D graphics

MPU supports multiple-image processing & 3D graphics
Enabling the rapid development of high-performance Linux and Android applications, Renesas Electronics has announced the RZ/G MPU series. Designed for industrial, home appliances and office equipment employing an HMI, the RZ/G series extends the capabilities of the successful RZ/A series MPUs to deliver high-end performance in applications such as image processing, video sensing and 3D graphics and multimedia at up to 1080p resolution.
7th October 2015


Motor control pack enables quick & easy BLDC setup

Motor control pack enables quick & easy BLDC setup
STMicroelectronics has introduced a $35 starter kit plus a free-of-charge software algorithm to help engineers and hobbyists implement efficient vector control in a very short time for motor-driven projects such as drones, appliances, E-bikes, home-automation, health care, and industrial machinery. The widespead use of vector control could reduce global electricity consumption by 15% within 15 years.
1st October 2015

MCU with LCD controller complements Ineltek IoT offering

MCU with LCD controller complements Ineltek IoT offering
Building on Ineltek’s formidable arsenal of processors, sensors, security and communications products for the IoT, the Atmel SMART SAM L22 Cortex M0+ has an integrated LCD controller to address up to 320 segments. ATSAML22 MCUs all feature Atmel’s picoPower ultra low power, 256-bit AES, QTouch interface, Peripheral Event System, up to 256kB Flash and 32kB SRAM.
28th September 2015

Microcontrollers target medical, fitness applications

Microcontrollers target medical, fitness applications
The MAX32620/MAX32621 microcontrollers from Maxim Integrated are now being shipped by distributor Mouser Electronics. The devices are based on the 32-bit RISC ARM Cortex-M4F microcontroller with a floating point unit (FPU), ideally suited for the emerging category of medical and fitness applications. Both devices include 2MBytes of flash and 256kbits of SRAM, with the architecture combining high-efficiency signal-processing functionality with low cost, and ease of use.
25th September 2015

Mouser now stocking STMicroelectronics’ low-power STM32L4 MCU

Mouser now stocking STMicroelectronics’ low-power STM32L4 MCU
Mouser Electronics is now stocking the STM32L4 series of 32-bit MCUs from STMicroelectronics. These ultra-low-power STM32L4 32-bit MCUs are based on the high-performance ARM Cortex-M4 32-bit RISC core operating at a frequency of up to 80MHz. The STM32L4 MCUs leverage ST’s low power technologies including voltage scaling to balance power consumption with processing demand and include seven low-power management modes to give designers flexibility to optimise power consumption in a broad range of applications.
18th September 2015

MCUs balance power consumption with processing demand

MCUs balance power consumption with processing demand
The latest STM32L4 32-bit microcontrollers from STMicroelectronics are in stock at distributor Mouser Electronics. The ultra-low-power microcontrollers are based on the ARM Cortex-M4 32-bit RISC core operating at a frequency of up to 80MHz. The microcontrollers leverage ST’s low power technologies including voltage scaling to balance power consumption with processing demand and include seven low-power management modes to give designers flexibility to optimise power consumption in a broad range of applications.
18th September 2015

MCU development ecosystem caters for all budgets

MCU development ecosystem caters for all budgets
STMicroelectronics has introduced a MCU development ecosystem comprising prototype boards for all budgets and STM32Cube software support for the STM32L4 series now entering full production. The STM32L4 prototype boards include the fully featured STM32L476G-EVAL EVB, priced at $289, and the $19.90 STM32L476G-DISCO Discovery Kit.
17th September 2015

MCUs integrate FPU & ADC for low latency & wide bandwidth

MCUs integrate FPU & ADC for low latency & wide bandwidth
Microchip has added a series to its high-performance PIC32MZ family of 32-bit MCUs, which features an integrated hardware FPU for high performance and lower latency in intensive single and double-precision maths applications. This 48-member PIC32MZ EF series also offers a 12-bit, 18 MSPS ADC for a wide array of high-speed, wide-bandwidth applications.
17th September 2015


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