There are a thousand different types of microcontrollers available in the market, each one with unique features: from core type to form factor, including serial protocols or diverse RAM/ROM capacities, integrating functional safety or security capabilities. Sometimes, design engineers opt for familiar MCUs to avoid the headache that comes with selecting an appropriate device. Even when they do not fully satisfy the requirements of the project
This session will introduce the NXP 32-bit Arm® Cortex®-M-based S32K1 microcontroller family for low- and mid-end motor control applications with an effective balance between power, performance and system cost. You will see the capabilities of the S32K1 scalable, AEC-Q100 qualified and ISO 26262 up to ASIL B enabled easy-to-use solutions through a real-life live-demo presentation.
What You Will Learn
- Get an overview of the comprehensive NXP S32K1 MCU-based motor control solutions ecosystem, targeting a variety of automotive and industrial applications.
- Compare the S32K11 vs. S32K14 MCUs feature set to choose the most appropriate solution for their motor control design.