Atlantik Elektronik presents the brand new ARM Cortex-M0 MINI51 family of Nuvoton, currently consists of the smallest (tiny QFN33 package) and cheapest available 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0 microcontrollers. These NuMicro ARM Cortex-M0 MINI51 microcontrollers are perfectly suited for applications and innovative new designs in the field of professional industrial data communications. They run up to 24 MHz featuring a 32-bit single cycle multiplier, a large operating voltage range of 2.5V to 5.5V, as well as excellent EMC characteristics. Furthermore, they support the full industrial temperature range and incorporate built-in flash memory up to 16kB.
Some of the other numerous interfaces are 6 PWM channels, LVR with three detection levels, two analog comparators with programmable voltage reference (16 times), 8 channels of 10-bit high speed SAR ADCs (150Ksps), high-speed UART (including IrDA and RS485), SPI, I2C (up to 1MHz), up to 40 GPIOs as well as two different power-saving modes (5uA in low standby current at 24MHz and 3.3V). These features provide developers with an ideal introduction into the world of 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0 applications, where the previously used 8051-derivatives reach their performance limits. The Nuvoton NuMicro MINI51series is available in different memory variants (4kB/8kB/16kB Flash) and QFN33 or LQFP48 packages.
Atlantik Elektronik will present Nuvoton's ARM Cortex-M0 microcontroller family at the conference for ARM development systems in Munich on July 11th & 12th 2012. Visitors and interested parties have the opportunity to ask for a NuMicro SDK Mini51 at the booth (based on MINI54LAN: 16kB Flash, 2k SRAM, configurable DataFlash, 2k ISP loader ROM, up to 30 GPIOs, 2x32-bit timer, 1xUART, 1 SPI, 1x I2C, 6PWM, 8x10 bitADC, 2 comparators, ISP, IRC22MHz, LQFP48).
The integrated development environments from Keil (RVMDK), IAR (EWARM) and CooCox (CoIDE) offer perfect support the new family.