Højpålidelig Arm Cortex-M4F microcontrollere
Maxim præsenterer højpålidelig og kompakt Arm Cortex-M4F microcontroller med ultralavt effektforbrug, der retter sig mod industri, healthcare og IoT sensorer (in english).
It is possible to reduce power consumption and size while increasing reliability of industrial, healthcare and internet of things (IoT) applications with the MAX32670 low-power Arm Cortex-M4 microcontroller (MCU) with floating-point unit from Maxim Integrated Products. This device protects all embedded memory for both flash and SRAM with error-code correction (ECC) in order to provide the highest reliability MCU.
In many industrial and IoT applications, high energy particles and other environmental challenges present the danger of bombarding memory and creating bit flips during the normal course of operations - especially as process nodes drop to 40nm and lower.
This can disrupt MCU operation and produce incorrect or even dangerous results. To prevent catastrophic ramifications like these, the MAX32670 protects its entire memory footprint (384kB flash and 128kB SRAM) with ECC to prevent bit flips and enhance reliability. With ECC, single-bit errors are detected and corrected by hardware, making it difficult for bit flip errors to have a negative impact on the application.
With just 40µW/MHz of active power consumption, the MAX32670 executes commands from flash at 40 percent lower power than the closest competitive industrial solution. It is the lowest power solution for battery-operated sensor applications. MAX32670 is also 50 percent smaller than the closest competitor, giving developers the opportunity to reduce solution size and material costs.
- Bit flipping becomes a critical reliability concern as microcontrollers scale down to 40nm and below. The MAX32670 is designed with a high degree of protection against these events so our customers have the reliability they can trust as they ready new systems in long lifetime and mission-critical applications, says Kris Ardis, executive director, Micros, Security and Software Business Unit at Maxim Integrated.