Freescale Semiconductor Qorivva MPC567xK 32-bit Microcontrollers

Freescale Semiconductor introduced the Qorivva MPC567xK 32-bit microcontrollers. The Qorivva MPC567xK MCU family is ideal for radar- and camera-based Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), such as blind-spot detection, lane-departure warning systems, side view assistance and adaptive headlights. The dual-core MPC567xK microcontrollers feature a lock-step mode to detect and mitigate common hardware and software faults while meeting automotive software integrity level D standards. Samples of the first member of the MPC567xK family are expected in March. General availability is planned for Q3 2011.


Freescale Semiconductor Qorivva MPC567xK 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs)

Freescale Qorivva MPC567xK MCU Family Features

  • High-performance 132 MHz 32-bit core built on Power Architecture technology with Variable Length Encoding (VLE)
  • Memory management unit (MMU) with 32-entry fully associative translation look-aside buffer (TLB)
  • SPE (signal processing extension): DSP, SIMD and floating point capabilities
  • Up to 2M byte Flash with ECC
  • 4 x 16KByte EEPROM Flash with ECC
  • Up to 512k byte SRAM with ECC
  • Dual Crossbar with MPUs
  • 4 x FlexCAN (32 message buffers each)
  • 1 x FlexRay (64 msg. buffers)
  • 1 x Fast Ethernet Controller
  • 4 x LINFlex (SCI)
  • 3 x IIC
  • 3 x DSPI
  • 3 x flexPWM (3 x 12 channels)
  • 3 x eTimer (3 x 6 channels)
  • Quad ADC (11 channels each, 12bit)
  • 2 x CTU
  • External Bus interface (slave only)
  • Parallel Digital Interface
  • MDDR interface

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