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Microcontroller

applications

A leader in microcontroller solutions, Philips’ extensive product portfolio covers 8-, 16- and 32-bit families and includes the industry’s broadest range of 80C51 derivatives. Our products deliver the flexibility and performance needed for the huge variety of today’s applications spanning across all markets, while featuring the lowest power consumption in the smallest packages

the lowest power consumption in the smallest packages Key applications These are a few examples of

Key applications

These are a few examples of the applications where Philips microcontrollers provide ideal solutions, including many featured in our newly updated Distributor Application Guide.

• Building control

Philips microcontroller solutions in action

Semiconductors

Semiconductors

Philips’ vast and developing microcontroller portfolio provides maximum design choice to meet the varying requirements of different applications.With ranges of 8-, 16- and 32-bit families offering a complete spectrum of embedded functionality options, our devices offer the flexibility and performance that helps reduce overall system complexity and provide rapid, low risk design-in and low cost for today’s fast-moving, price sensitive markets.

For example, microcontrollers using the 8-bit C51-based core are well-suited to access, temperature sensing and fire detection in building control; process control in industrial applications; and industrial instrumentation.This is due largely to the dedicated on-chip CAN-bus (including PeliCAN functionality) or UART capabilities which greatly simplify communication needs, and the comprehensive application support and tools that ease design-in.

Specifically for building control and metering systems but ideal for any application, the linear memory extension capability of Philips C51MX-based core and the breadth of memory sizes within our Flash microcontroller range ensures that no matter the application, designers can choose a device that matches their specific code requirements.

 

- access control

Delivering the highest Flash performance and lowest power consumption

- temperature sensing

in the smallest packages, our feature-rich LPC900/2100 microcontrollers

- lighting

offer a large selection of additional functionality. Focusing on low system

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fire detection

cost, low power consumption and low parts count they incorporate a wide

Industrial control

variety of communication ports, system supervisory functions and flexible

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process control

power management which makes them ideal for virtually all the highlighted

• Instrumentation

application areas.

- industrial instrumentation

• Metering

- handheld metering systems

• Motor speed control

- AC motor control

- DC motors

- steppers

• Automotive

- LIN slave nodes

- body and convenience electronics

Based on an ARM7TDMI core, our flagship 32-bit LPC2100 devices also boast an impressive feature-set and add an extra dimension to the extensive choice of performance and functionality for the whole LPC portfolio.They also ease the migration path to more powerful applications, with the entire LPC family satisfying the demands of 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit systems, while the familiar architecture reduces design time for fast time-to-market.

demands of 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit systems, while the familiar architecture reduces design time for fast

Microcontroller applications

Philips microcontroller solutions in action

applications Philips microcontroller solutions in action www.semiconductors.philips.com Product family Ranges Key

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Product family Ranges Key features and benefits C51+ P8xC66xX2 6-clock mode provides twice the performance
Product family
Ranges
Key features and benefits
C51+
P8xC66xX2
6-clock mode provides twice the performance of conventional 80C51; fully static design allows wide
operating frequency range, down to zero; fast I 2 C supports multi-master communication at speeds up
to 400 Kbit/s
C51 MX
P8xC51MX2
6-clock mode provides twice the performance of conventional 80C51; multi-protocol serial
communication (UART, I 2 C, SPI); linear memory extension (beyond 64 Kbytes)
LPC700
P87LPC7xx
Low power, 6-clock mode provides twice the performance of conventional 80C51; features include
internal oscillator, system supervisor and multi-purpose oscillator; on-chip memory
(up to 8 Kbytes OTP, 128/256 bytes RAM); many on-board peripherals such as ADC, DAC, PWM and I 2 C
LPC900
P89LPC9xx
Low voltage 3 V Flash; 2-clock mode; low power, low EMI design; ISP/IAP-enabled Flash with on-chip
EEPROM; high-accuracy oscillator; large memory range and number of on-board peripherals
(I 2 C, SPI, CCU, PWM, 8/10-bit ADC, CAN, etc.)
LPC2100
LPC210x
16-/32-bit ARM7TDMI family; 1.8 V core voltage, high-speed, low-power Flash; 60 MHz operation;
zero wait-state Flash; on-chip Real-Time Monitor and Trace; on-board features include I 2 C, UART
and SPI interface, CAN, PWM and 10-bit ADC
FAN controller
P82CF201
Low cost, low power; longer fan life; better efficiencies; low system noise; thin package
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Date of release: October 2003 Document order number: 9397 750 12107

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