C2000™ real-time microcontrollers
Real-time MCUs enabling digital power and motor control in industrial and automotive applications
C2000™ microcontrollers are built for real-time control. We have more than 25 years of experience developing purpose-built automotive and industrial solutions and reference designs to meet your unique design needs. We provide low-latency real-time control for every performance level and price point across different applications. Choose from our extensive portfolio of devices ranging across low-, mid- and high-end options for processing, sensing and actuation. You can pair C2000 real-time MCUs with gallium nitride (GaN) ICs and silicon carbide (SiC) power devices to help you achieve their full capabilities. This pairing can help you overcome design challenges like high switching frequencies, high power density and more.
Increase your performance with our low-cost range of devices with integrated peripherals. These features include:
- Up to 150 MIPS for real-time control performance
- Up to 512-kB flash memory support
- 38 to 181 pins for different design options
- QFP, BGA, QFN, SOP packages for design flexibility
Improve your design with our wide range of devices built with a rich set of integrated peripherals. These features include:
- 150 to 600 MIPS for real-time control performance
- From 128-kB to 1.5-MB flash memory support
- 56 to 181 pins for different design options
- QFP, BGA and QFN packages for design flexibility
Leverage our premium range of devices created with an extensive set of integrated peripherals to raise your design's performance. These features include:
- Above 600 MIPS for real-time control performance
- From 512-kB to 1.5-MB flash memory support
- 100 to 337 pins for different design options
- QFP and BGA packages for design flexibility
C2000 real-time microcontrollers by flash memory & performance
Why choose C2000™ real-time MCUs for your real-time needs?
We are the leader in real-time control performance. Our devices are scalable, ultra-low latency, real-time microcontrollers designed for efficiency in power electronics.
In addition, our portfolio has a range of design resources that will help you evaluate and develop with your application.
Find a real-time MCU that best fits your application
We can help you create for a wide range of applications across automotive and industrial. We can also help you narrow down to the right C2000 real-time MCU that meets your needs.
Explore our resources for different end-equipments with a few of them highlighted below.
These end-equipments include:
Streamline the certification process
Streamline and speed up the ISO 26262 and IEC 60730 certification processes with our Functional Safety-Compliant products, documentation, software and support from our knowledgeable experts. Our C2000 real-time MCU family helps you create automotive or industrial applications requiring functional safety.
Accelerate your product development with:
- On-chip diagnostics with integrated subsystems targeting functional safety.
- Robust documentation with TÜV SÜD-certified functional safety development processes.
Find out the insights and resources required to effectively deploy the C2000 real-time microcontrollers to help meet your functional safety goals.
Get started with our C2000™ real-time MCUs
From low-cost development boards ideal for evaluation and prototyping to full reference designs, you can use these resources to start your design process quickly.
The C2000 software development kit (SDK) includes low-level drivers, optimized libraries and peripheral examples. We also provide SDKs for motor control and digital power applications.
Code Composer Studio™ software is an integrated development environment (IDE) that supports a suite of tools used to develop and debug embedded applications for C2000 real-time MCUs.
This guide includes all of the necessary information to get started with C2000 real-time MCUs. The guide covers aspects of development with C2000 MCUs from hardware to support resources.
We provide online hands-on workshops on how to get started with C2000 real-time MCUs. The workshops include an overview of the SDK components, setting up the build environment and more.