Kinetis低消費電力32ビット・マイクロコントローラ(ARM® Cortex®-Mコア・ベース)

Kinetis® Low-Power 32-bit Microcontrollers

MCUs Based on Arm® Cortex®-M Cores

Low-power MCUs based on Arm® Cortex®-M0+/M4/M7 cores with exceptional performance efficiency, memory scalability and integration.

V Series

Real-time Control | Cortex-M0+/M4/M7

Designed for a wide range of BLDC, PMSM and ACIM motor control and digital power conversion applications.

K Series

Performance | Cortex-M4

190+ high performance MCUs with up to 2MB of embedded Flash and 1MB SRAM, advanced security and connectivity such as Ethernet, USB and CAN.

W Series

Wireless Connectivity | Cortex-M0+/M4

Class-leading sub-1 GHz and 2.4 GHz radio transceivers for reliable, secure and low-power wireless solutions.

E Series

5V / Robust | Cortex-M0+/M4

5V MCUs designed to maintain high reliability and robustness in harsh electrical noise environments targeting white goods and industrial applications.

L Series

Ultra-Low-Power | Cortex-M0+

175+ ultra-low-power and tiny footprint MCUs.

EA Series

Automotive | Cortex-M0+

Designed for a wide range of automotive and industrial applications requiring the highest level of quality and longevity support.


Commitment to Longevity

Kinetis MCUs are ready to support your development today, tomorrow and beyond through its longevity program. The NXP Product Longevity program ensures a stable supply of products for your embedded designs.

Reference Design

  • Hexiwear: Wearable / IOT development solution

What's New

Software

MCUXpresso Software and Tools

Kinetis MCUs are supported by a cohesive set of software and development tools including an Eclipse-based IDE, custom SDKs, and pins, clocks and peripheral configuration tools.

Webinar

Designing Secure IoT Devices Starts with a Secure Boot

Learn how to manage the life cycle of an IoT edge node from development to deployment.

Videos

MCUXpresso Tutorial Videos

Getting started with MCUXpresso software and tools is easy with a set of quick, easy-to-follow training videos showing you how to build your SDK, drag and drop import into the IDE, and begin with example projects.