Friday, April 26, 2013

Fujitsu expands FM3 family of 32-bit MCUs

USA: Fujitsu Semiconductor America (FSA) introduced new 32-bit RISC microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex-M3 processor.

The 38 new MCUs include the MB9BF529TPMC, which is equipped with high-capacity memory, and the MB9BF121JPMC, which features low-pin-count packaging.

The new devices, which are optimal for system control in household appliances, office automation systems and industrial equipment, bring the growing family of Fujitsu FM3 MCUs to a total of 570 products. Sample quantities of the latest devices will be available starting May 10, 2013.

The MCUs announced are part of the Basic Group of the FM3 Family, which balances performance and cost. Highlights among the 38 new devices are the high-capacity MB9B520T/420T/320T/120T Series (which features up to 1.5MB of flash memory), the low-pin MB9B120J Series (which is available in 32-pin packaging), and the low-power MB9A420L/120L Series (which supports CAN communications).

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