The Concerto family is a multicore system-on-chip microcontroller unit (MCU) with independent communication and real-time control subsystems. The F28M35x family of devices is the first series in the Concerto family.
The communications subsystem is based on the industry-standard 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3 CPU and features a wide variety of communication peripherals, including Ethernet 1588, USB OTG with PHY, Controller Area Network (CAN), UART, SSI, I2C, and an external interface.
The real-time control subsystem is based on TI’s industry-leading proprietary 32-bit C28x floating-point CPU and features the most flexible and high-precision control peripherals, including ePWMs with fault protection, and encoders and captures—all as implemented by TI’s TMS320C2000 Piccolo and Delfino families. In addition, the C28-CPU has been enhanced with the addition of the VCU instruction accelerator that implements efficient Viterbi, Complex Arithmetic, 16-bit FFTs, and CRC algorithms.
A high-speed analog subsystem and supplementary RAM memory is shared, along with on-chip voltage regulation and redundant clocking circuitry. Safety considerations also include Error Correction Code (ECC), parity, and code secure memory, as well as documentation to assist with system-level industrial safety certification.
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|RISC Frequency (MHz)|
|# of ADC Modules|
|ADC Sample & Hold|
|12-bit A/D (#Channels)|
|ADC Conversion Time (ns)|
|Operating Temperature Range (C)|
|Application-Specific or Analog I/O|
|IO Supply (V)|
|Total On-Chip Memory (KB)|
|Total Serial Ports|
|1 6-Ch DMA, 1 32-ch DMA|
|6 / 3|
| 3 32-Bit CPU |
| -40 to 105 |
-40 to 125
| PWM |
|28x + ARM Cortex M3 Concerto Series|
| 2 CANs |
|Samples Not Available|