32-bit MCU for Automotive, Consumer & Industrial Applications

MPC5200B
  • Not Recommended for New Designs
  • This page contains information on a product that is not recommended for new designs.

Product Details

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Block Diagram

MPC5200B Block Diagram

MPC5200B Block Diagram

Features

  • MPC603e series processor core built on Power Architecture
  • 0-400 MHz operation at -40oC to +85oC temperature range
  • Double Precision Floating Point Unit (FPU)
  • Instruction and Data Memory Management Unit (MMU)
  • 16K Instruction and 16K Data Caches
  • BestComm Intelligent DMA I/O Controller
  • SDR and 133 MHz Double Data Rate (DDR) memory interface (266 MHz effective)
  • Local Plus interface for flash memory, etc.
  • 10/100 Ethernet MAC
  • Peripheral Control Interface (PCI) Version 2.2
  • ATA/IDE Interface
  • USB 1.1 Host (two each. USB 2.0 compatible)
  • Programmable Serial Controllers (six)
  • Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
  • I2C (two)
  • I2S (up to three)
  • CAN 2.0 A/B (two)
  • J1850 BDLC-D
  • GPIO (up to 56)
  • 8 Timers
  • 1.5V core, 3.3V external (and 2.5V for DDR memory)
  • 272 Pin Plastic Pin Ball Grid Array (PBGA) Package
  • AEC-Q100, QS9000/TS-16949 automotive grade available
  • Lead (Pb) and lead-free packages
  • This product is included in NXP’s product longevity program, with assured supply for a minimum of 15 years after launch

Documentation

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Design Resources

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Design Files

1 design file

  • Printed Circuit Boards and Schematics

    LITE5200EVALSCHEMATIC

Software

1-5 of 8 software files

  • BSP, Drivers and Middleware

    Linux BSP for Freescale Lite5200B

  • BSP, Drivers and Middleware

    Linux BSP for Freescale Media5200 EVB

  • BSP, Drivers and Middleware

    Linux BSP for Freescale Total5200

  • Code Snippets

    AN2979 Software

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

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