Piccolo™ C28x™ low-cost, high integration 32-bit microcontrollers feature architectural advancements and enhanced peripherals to bring the benefits of 32-bit real-time control to applications typically unable to justify the associated cost.
Whether you need fixed-point 40-60 MHz performance with the F2802x series, additional flash memory and CLA for high-efficiency control loops of the F2803x series, increased analog integration of the F2805x series, or the floating-point, double memory, and new Viterbi complex math unit (VCU) of the F2806x series there is a Piccolo MCU fit for your needs.
Piccolo's real-time control offers greater system efficiency and precision through the implementation of advanced algorithms for applications such as solar inverters, white goods appliances, hybrid automotive batteries, power line communications (PLC) and LED lighting.
|Device Series||CPU Speed||Memory||Architecture Features ||Starting Price|
|Piccolo F2806x||90 MHz
||128kB to 256kB||Floating-point, VCU*,CLA*,DMA||$4.95|
|Piccolo F2805x||60 MHz||64kB to 128kB||Fixed-point, CLA, PGAs, Windowed Comparators||$3.25|
|Piccolo F2803x||60 MHz||64kB to 128 kB||Fixed-point, CLA*||$2.79|
|Piccolo F2802x||40-60 MHz||16kB to 64 kB||Fixed-point||$1.85|
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C2000 Real-time Control microcontrollers bring the power of a digital signal processor into a microcontroller architecture. These differentiated solutions are designed for developers looking to solve tough control loop tasks without compromising on performance. Based on the industry recognized C28x CPU, C2000 Real-time Control microcontrollers enable easy scalability between the Piccolo™ low-cost platform and the Delfino™ high-performance devices while making minimal changes to your software. C2000 Real-time Control microcontrollers are differentiating control-based applications such as digital power, industrial drives, solar inverters, appliances, automotive and much more.