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40-nm MCU

Supporting CAN FD

Cypress has introduced further members of its Traveo family. They are suitable for instrument clusters or body electronics.

The MCUs provide enhanced Secure Hardware Extension (eSHE) support (Photo: Cypress)

The Traveo S6J336xx and S6J337xx micro-controllers are dedicated for instrument applications. The 132-MHz MCUs based on Cortes-R5 cores feature up to 2 MiB of embedded flash memory. The products offer an LCD interface, which can be used for a basic display such as the odometer. The interface also supports Thin-Film-Transistor (TFT) display sizes up to 480 pixels by 240 pixels with a sequencer that simplifies control of the meter display. It can be used to show diagnostics such as tire pressure or that a door is open. A partial wake-up mode allows the MCUs to operate some functions, while the core is in sleep-mode and to only wake up if needed. The MCUs also support on-chip sound mixing, eliminating the need for an external mixing IC.

The S6J351Cx series is targeted for body electronics applications. It also leverages Cypress' 40-nm flash memory technology and integrates a 132-MHz Cortex-R5 core. All the above-mentioned products are sampled now. Mass production will start in first quarter of 2018. The MCUs are each available in a 144-pin or 176-pin thermally enhanced quad flat package (TEQFP), and additional package options are in development.

"Our newest 40-nm MCUs add to the industry-leading scalability of the Traveo platform for instrument clusters, giving automotive customers options for simple displays in mass-market vehicles up to our MCUs for advanced 3D color graphics in luxury vehicles," said Takeshi Fuse from Cypress. "These new offerings open up cost-effective implementations with high-performance and advanced features to classic instrument cluster applications, including support for CAN FD and eSHE to address industry demand for high-speed in-vehicle networking with advanced security."

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Publish date
2017-06-30
Company

Cypress

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