Wednesday, August 29, 2012

SAM7X/XC

Deterministic Flash MCU Offers Ethernet, CAN, USB and Hardware Cryptography Features
Atmel® SAM7X/XC ARM7TDMI® Flash MCU offer power and flexibility, delivering a cost-effective solution for extensively networked, real-time embedded systems. They feature embedded high-speed Flash and SRAM, a large set of standard peripherals, plus a USB 2.0 Device, a 10/100 Ethernet MAC and a CAN controller. To optimize performance, dedicated peripheral DMA channels eliminate processor bottlenecks during peripheral-to-memory transfers. For secure data transfers, the SAM7XC is available with a hardware AES encryption accelerator and a Triple Data Encryption System.
Key Features
Extensive peripherals, uncompromised data rate — Featuring an extensive peripheral set that includes 10/100 Ethernet MAC, CAN, USB 2.0, USART, SPI, SSC, TWI, 8-channel 10-bit ADC. Architectured to maximize processor performance and data transfer efficiency.
Hardware Encryption/Decryption — Embedded AES and Triple DES function at rates of 80 Mbps for AES, 32.8 Mbps for DES and 20 Mbps for triple DES.
Highly integrated design reduces costs and BOM — Combining the ARM7TDMI processor with on-chip Flash and SRAM, power and reset management, and a wide range of peripheral functions on a single, integrated chip provides maximum flexibility, while minimizing the need for expensive additional components. The result is a streamlined bill of materials (BOM), faster development, and reduced cost.
Comprehensive ecosystem and tools — To help speed development, SAM7X/XC microcontrollers are fully supported by a worldwide ecosystem of industry-leading suppliers of development tools, operating systems and protocol stacks.

SAM7X128  SAM7X256 SAM7X512 SAM7XC128 SAM7XC256 SAM7XC512

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