Toshiba TXZ + family joins 20 ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller models

Toshiba has announced 20 high-speed processing microcontroller (MCU) models as part of the TXZ + family. Recall that the TXZ + family was presented in March last year . It includes 32-bit microcontrollers based on Arm Cortex processor cores, divided into two classes. The TXZxA + class includes Arm Cortex-M3 or Cortex-M4 floating point unit (FPU) models manufactured at 40nm. The TXZxE + class includes entry-level Arm Cortex-M0, Cortex-M3 or Cortex-M4 core models manufactured at 130nm.

New microcontrollers entered the M4G group. They are built on an ARM Cortex-M4 core and are manufactured using a 40nm process technology. According to Toshiba, these microcontrollers “are ideal for a wide range of applications, including office equipment (MFPs), audio and video equipment, IoT devices, home appliances, building automation and manufacturing.

All new MCUs include an FPU that operates at up to 200 MHz. They have 2048KB of Flash for code, 32KB of Flash for data with 100,000 write cycles, and 4KB of Flash for user data. All M4G devices, including those announced today, are well equipped. Supported interfaces include quad SPI, octal SPI, I2S, UART, FUART, TSPI, and I2C. The equipment also includes a high-speed and high-precision 12-bit analog-to-digital converter, which allows you to configure individual sampling and storage times for each input channel (up to 24 channels). The self-diagnostic functions of the units have achieved the IEC60730 Class B functional safety certificate.

New microcontrollers have already been transferred to mass production.

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