Freescale Qorivva 32-bit MPC5676R Automotive Microcontroller

Freescale Semiconductor introduced the Qorivva 32-bit MPC5676R microcontroller. The new multicore automotive MCU features 6 MB of on-chip flash memory, 384 KB of on-chip RAM, three enhanced timing processor units (eTPU), 64-channel 12-bit analog-to-digital converter, CAN and FlexRay communications systems, on-chip hardware for knock detection processing. The 90nm Freescale Qorivva MPC5676R microcontrollers make it easier for automotive designers to improve engine efficiency and reduce exhaust pollution. The MPC5676R MCU is ideal for a variety of powertrain control applications, including diesel, gasoline and natural gas engines and hybrid electric and plug-in electric vehicles. Evaluation kits and samples will be available in January 2012.

Freescale Semiconductor Qorivva 32-bit MPC5676R microcontroller (MCU)

Freescale MPC5676R MCU Features

  • Two parallel 180 MHz 32 Bit Power Architecture 200z7 processor cores
  • Three high-performance enhanced timing processor units (eTPU)
  • On-chip hardware for knock detection processing
  • SPE1.1 / SIMD module for DSP and floating point operations
  • Variable length encoding (VLE)
  • 32 entry MMU
  • 6 MB Flash memory w/ECC
  • 461K Total SRAM (384k system SRAM w/ECC)
  • 96 channel triple eTPU2 w/45K SRAM
  • 128 channel dual eDMA
  • 64 channel 12-bit quad analog-to-digital converter (ADC)
  • 12 decimation filters with hardware knock integrators
  • Dual-channel FlexRay communication controller
  • 4 channel FlexCAN
  • 5 channel DSPI
  • External Bus Interface (EBI) output capability for expanded memory (516BGA only)
  • On-chip regulator for standby voltage

More info: Freescale Semiconductor