Up to 100MHz Digital Signal Controllers with DSASS and Operational Amplifier

MC56F81xxx

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Block Diagram

56F81xxx Block Diagram

56F81xxx Block Diagram

Features

Processor Complex

  • 100MHz 56800EX DSP core
  • JTAG/EOnCE debug controller

Memory

  • 128kB Flash
  • 20kB SRAM
  • 64kB Boot ROM (support I2C, SCI)

System control

  • Intermodule crossbar (support flexible connection among peripherals or GPIOs)
  • Event Generator (support and/or/nor/xor logic operation and multiple trigger modes)
  • Enhanced DMA (support minor and major loop, more flexible data transition and less CPU intervention)
  • Memory resource protection
  • LVI, POR and brownout reset
  • CRC
  • Internal and external watchdog

Timers

  • Eight channels 312ps high-resolution PWM
  • 1x Quad Timer to support four-channel capture
  • 1x Quadrature Decoder
  • 2x 32-bit PIT

Analog

  • 2x 12-bit ADC each w/ x2/4 PGA, each up to 1.6MSps sample rate
  • 2x Operational Amplifier, 8MHz GBP, support up to x16 PGA mode
  • 1x 12-bit buffered DAC
  • 4x Analog Comparator each w/ 8-bit DAC

Communications

  • 2x LPI2C, support full PMBus
  • 1x SPI
  • 2x UART

Packages

  • LQFP64
  • LQFP48
  • LQFP32
  • QFN32

Temperatures

  • -40 to 105°C
  • -40 to 125°C

Enablements

  • MC56F81000-EVK (can connect with low-voltage FRDM-LV driver board)
  • HVP-56F81768 EVK (can connect with high-voltage HVP-MC3PH driver board)
  • Motor control and digital power reference designs
  • CodeWarrior IDE
  • Software Development Kit (SDK)
  • GUI Config Tools (Pin, Clock, Peripherals)
  • FreeMaster debug tool
  • PEMicro Multilink and Cyclone support
  • To develop any part of 56F81xxx series with Config Tool, please use the MC56F81xxx template. These template projects are extracted from related SDK packages and contain all the necessary drivers. Config tool provides GUI interface to easily configure pins, clock, peripherals and middleware such as FreeMASTER. Follow below steps to start the development:
    1. Download and unzip the package
    2. Import the project with desired part number to CodeWarrior workspace. Suggest copying the project into workspace during the importing by checking “Copy projects into workspace” checkbox in “Import Projects” dialogue
    3. Go to the imported project folder and open the mex file with Config tool to start the development

Certifications

  • IEC60730 Class-B Safety

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