Battery Sensor with CAN and LIN

MM9Z1_638

Block Diagram

MM9Z1 PSP Block Diagram

MM9Z1 PSP Block Diagram

Features

Key Features

  • Wide range battery current measurement; on-chip temperature measurement
  • Four battery voltage measurements with internal resistor dividers, and up to five direct voltage measurements for use with an external resistor divider
  • Measurement synchronization between voltage channels and current channels
  • Five external temperature sensor inputs with internal supply for external sensors
  • Low-power modes with a low-current operation
  • Multiple wake-up sources: LIN, timer, high-voltage input, external CAN interface, and current threshold and integration
  • Precision internal oscillator and connections for external crystal
  • LIN 2.2/ 2.1/ 2.0 protocol and physical interface
  • msCAN protocol controller and supply capability for 8 and 14-pin CAN interfaces
  • S12Z MCU with 128 kB flash, 8.0 kB RAM, 4.0 kB EEPROM
  • Load supply voltage 3.5 V (Min), 28 V (Max)

Product Longevity Program

  • This product is included in the NXP Product Longevity Program ensuring a stable supply of products for your embedded designs. The MM9Z1_638 is included in the 15-year program

Battery Management Systems (BMS) Hardware Solutions

Battery Management Systems (BMS) Hardware Solutions

Battery management systems (BMS) solutions for automotive and industrial applications including 12 V, 48 V, high-voltage and battery pack monitoring applications.

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Documentation

Quick reference to our documentation types.

5 documents

Design Resources

Hardware

5 hardware offerings

Software

2 software files

  • BSP, Drivers and Middleware

    S12Z NVM Standard Software Driver

  • BSP, Drivers and Middleware

    LIN2.x and SAE J2602 Stack

Note: For better experience, software downloads are recommended on desktop.

Engineering Services

3 engineering services

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Training

3 trainings

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