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Texas Instruments - TMS470M Transportation and Safety Microcontroller Overview

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Uploaded on Jul 6, 2011

http://www.farnell.com/texas-instrume... The TMS470M microcontroller family enables developers to easily create safety-related applications for the transportation industry. TMS470M microcontrollers use the widely adopted ARM® Cortex™-M3 CPU running at 80MHz. The family offers Flash memory options ranging from 256KB to 640KB (including up to 128KB EEPROM emulation capability) and RAM memory ranging from 16KB to 64KB. A wide range of connectivity and control peripherals include two CAN controllers, two LINs/UARTs, two multi-buffered SPIs, a 10-bit multi-buffered Analog to Digital converter and the powerful High End Timer co-processor module (HET). Built-in safety features like CPU and RAM self test (BIST) engines, error correction code (ECC) and parity-checking make the TMS470M family a great value extension of the well known TI TMS570 Cortex™-R4F family for safety and transportation applications.

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