Low-Power Consumption TXZ+ Family of Advanced Class Microcontrollers Released for IoT Based Applications

Low-Power Consumption TXZ+ Family of Advanced Class Microcontrollers Released for IoT Based Applications

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TXZ+ Family Advanced Class Microcontrollers

Toshiba Electronics has made new additions to its TXZ+ family of microcontrollers. The new Arm Cortex-M4 core-based M4K, M4M, M4G, and M4N groups and Arm Cortex-M3core-based-M3H group of microcontrollers offer low power consumption and are suitable for a wide variety of applications such as home appliances, industrial devices, office automation, and audiovisual devices, healthcare devices, etc. 

These new devices come with a maximum operating frequency of 200MHz, maximum flash memory of 2MB with 100K write cycles endurance and 12-bit analog-to-digital converters with fast conversion times. Additionally, these groups of new microcontrollers of the TXZ+ family are equipped with application-focused peripherals such as high-efficiency motor control engines or rich connectivity interfaces. The devices offer a CAN interface and self-diagnostics feature and are suitable for motor control applications such as air conditioners, washing machines, refrigerators, inverter pumps, actuators, power tools, etc.

Key Features of TXZ+ Family Advanced Class Microcontrollers

  • Based on Arm Cortex-M core, with integrated large capacity flash memory
  • Equipped with application-focused peripherals such as motor controls and sensing
  • Supporting rich connectivity and a functional safety design
  • Maximum operating frequency of 200MHz
  • Maximum 2MB flash memory with 100k write cycles endurance
  • 12-bit analog-to-digital converters with fast conversion times

It is anticipated that the engineering samples will start to ship in the fourth quarter of FY2020 (January to March 2021) and mass production will start in the second quarter of FY2021 (July to September 2021).

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