SPRUIY3 February 2023 TMS320F2800133 , TMS320F2800135 , TMS320F2800137 , TMS320F2800152-Q1 , TMS320F2800153-Q1 , TMS320F2800154-Q1 , TMS320F2800155 , TMS320F2800155-Q1 , TMS320F2800156-Q1 , TMS320F2800157 , TMS320F2800157-Q1 , TMS320F280021 , TMS320F280021-Q1 , TMS320F280023 , TMS320F280023-Q1 , TMS320F280023C , TMS320F280025 , TMS320F280025-Q1 , TMS320F280025C , TMS320F280025C-Q1
This migration guide describes the hardware and software differences to be aware of when moving between F28002x, F280015x and F280013x C2000™ MCUs. This document shows the block diagram between the three MCUs as a visual representation of which blocks are similar or different. It also highlights the features that are unique between the three devices for all available packages in a device comparison table. A PCB hardware section has been added to aid in migration between packages that are in common between the devices. All three devices have the 64-pin PM and 48-pin PT/PHP packages in common. F28002x and F280015x have an additional 80-pin PN package in common, and F280013x and F280015x have an additional 32-pin RHB package in common. The digital general-purpose input/output (GPIO) and analog multiplex comparison tables show pin functionality between the three MCUs. This is a good reference for hardware design and signal routing when considering a move between the three devices. Lastly, like the F28002x device, the F280015x and F280013x software support is only in EABI format.