Microcontroller - 8051, 8052, OpCodes, Analog Interface.
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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

ST7LITE09 8-BIT MCU SV Flash Memory

Industry-standard 8-bit core, featuring an enhanced instruction set. FLASH memory with byte-by-byte In-Circuit Programming (ICP) and In-Application Programming (IAP) capability.

ST7LITE09 - 8-BIT MCU with Single Voltage Flash Memory

 STEVAL-ILL003V2 HB 32 LED

Some Features
  • 1K or 1.5 Kbytes single voltage Flash Program memory
  • 128 bytes RAM
  • 128 bytes data EEPROM
  • 3-level low voltage supervisor
  • 10 interrupt vectors plus TRAP and RESET
  • SPI synchronous serial interface
A/D Converter
  • 8-bit resolution for 0 to VDD
  • Fixed gain Op-amp for 11-bit resolution in 0 to 250 mV range
  • 5 input channels
A cost effective solution to drive an array of high brightness LEDs, using the LED driver STP16CP05. The Brightness and Color is uniform
due to current regulation. High efficiency DC-DC converter. Wide Input voltage range - 5 V to 35 V.

STEVAL-ILL003V2 HB 32 LED

Without Diagnostic, based on STP16CP05
  • 32 LED matrix driven by STP16CP05
  • LED current regulation
  • Adjustable brightness
  • Animated text capability
  • Adjustable blinking speed

Sunday, April 05, 2015

ZiLOG - Application Specific SoC

Founded in 1974 by Federico Faggin, the inventor of the world's first microprocessor, ZiLOG builds semiconductor products that enable design engineers to break through the barriers to creativity and innovation in embedded design.

ZiLOG - Application Specific SoC

ZiLOG is the inventor of the award-winning Z80 and Z8 microchip architectures that have been embedded in over a billion end-use devices worldwide.

"Companies get more innovative products to market faster because ZiLOG products and design tools help them turn their imagination into consumer appliances, remote controls, vending machines, telecommunications controllers, home automation systems, spacecraft instrumentation, industrial automation systems, and thousands of other products." - Zilog

ZNEO Z16F Series Development Kit

ZNEO Z16F Series Development Kit

Evaluate and create your ZNEO Z16F Series MCU product solution. The development platform includes Zilog's Developer Studio II (ZDS II) Integrated Development Environment as well as a complete suite of ZNEO Z16F microcontroller architecture software tools. ZDSII provides an enviroment that streamlines code compilation and development.

Zilog Z80 microprocessor family

The image is from - Zilog Z80 microprocessor family

Zilog Worldwide U.S. Headquarters
1590 Buckeye Drive Milpitas, CA 95035-7418, USA.

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Field Oriented Control using XC886/888

"XC800 family of 8-bit MCUs combines a dual-cycle 8051 core with embedded flash memory and powerful on-chip peripherals. The high-quality MCUs are well-suited for a wide range of 5 V and 3 V applications, including motor control, automotive body and white goods, and add networking functionality to industrial and building automation systems."

Field Oriented Control using XC886/888

The FOC Drive Application Kit provides customers with a cost-effective method of evaluating and developing Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) control applications using the FOC technique.

FOC Drive Application Kit

CANmotion BLDC Evaluation Platform

"The CANmotion board was designed to provide an easy to use BLDC motor control platform. The board is equipped with a reverse polarity safe power supply with a DC/DC converter for 5 V supply line, a high performance 8 bit microcontroller with 32 kB flash memory, an operational amplifier for the DC-link current measurement, a resistor network for back EMF and DC-link voltage measurement, a CAN interface and of course an inverter with discrete gate driver."

From Infineon Technologies - parent company is Siemens

Thursday, September 20, 2007

STMicroelectronics - Microcontrollers

ARM uC and 8 bit Microcontrollers - STMicroelectronics

Robust 8-bit microcontrollers and high-performance 32-bit ARM-based microcontrollers with a wide range of peripherals.
STM32 L1 series ultra low power MCUs

The STM32 L1 series, based on the Cortex-M3 core running at 32 MHz, extends the ultra low power portfolio in performance, features, memory size and package pin count.
Lowest power mode: 0.27 µA; Dynamic run mode: 230 µA/MHz
8-bit microcontrollers, 16-bit microcontrollers and 32-bit ARM microcontrollers.
  • 8-bit Microcontrollers Related Families ST6 - ST7 - uPSD
  • 16-bit Microcontrollers ST10
  • 32-bit ARM Microcontrollers
"Comprehensive range of microcontrollers, from robust, low-cost 8-bit MCUs up to 32-bit ARM-based Cortex™-M0, Cortex™-M3, Cortex™-M4 Flash microcontrollers with a great choice of peripherals "

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

NXP Semiconductors - Microcontrollers

From the smallest 8-bit to the highest performing 32-bit ARM microcontrollers. LPC3000, LPC2000, LPC900, LPC700 microcontroller families. Even derivatives from the foundation chip 80C51.

NXP Semiconductors - Microcontrollers

NXP's ARM solutions from a basic microcontroller, a more advanced Digital Signal Controller (DSC), or a dedicated application processor. Types  Cortex Set, ARM7, and ARM9.

KNX - Solutions for Home & Building Control Applications

KNX - Solutions for Home & Building Control Applications

The stability and flexibility of KNX make it a tremendously popular choice for intelligent wired home and building automation networks. This evaluation board will help developers create cost-efficient KNX designs very quickly, while taking advantage of the very low active power consumption of the NXP Cortex-M0 microcontroller, as well as its powerful 32-bit architecture.

History -

NXP (for Next eXPerience) Semiconductors is the name for the semiconductor company founded by Philips.