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Ambiq Micro APOLLO512-KCR

ARM Cortex-M4, 24 MHz, 512 kB ROM, 64 kB RAM

The Apollo MCU family is an ultra-low power, highly integrated microcontroller designed for battery powered devices including wearable electronics, activity and fitness monitors, and wireless sensors. By combining ultra-low power sensor conversion electronics with the powerful ARM Cortex-M4F processor, the Apollo MCU enables complex sensor processing tasks to be completed with unprecedented battery life. Apollo MCUs take full advantage of Ambiq Micro's patented SPOT (Subthreshold Power Optimized Technology) platform, setting a new industry benchmark in BOTH active modes and sleep modes. Additionally, they offer the performance of an ARM Cortex-M4F core at power levels that are even lower than competing ARM Cortex-M0+ solutions. Unrivaled power savings combined with a high-performance processing engine make the Apollo MCUs an ideal solution for battery-powered devices and other power-sensitive applications.

Core ARM Cortex-M4, 24 MHz
  • Processor:ARM Cortex-M4, 24 MHz
Memory 64 kB RAM, 512 kB ROM
  • ROM:512 kB
  • RAM:64 kB
Clock & Power 1.8 V .. 3.8 V, 24 MHz
  • Supply Voltage:1.8 V .. 3.8 V Operating Voltage
  • Maximum Clock Frequency:24 MHz
  • RTC:32 kHz 32 kHz ultra-low power RTC
Communication SPI, I2C, UART
  • SPI:2 x Up to 2x master, 1.2 kHz up to 8 MHz
  • SPI:1 x Up to 1x slave, 1.2 kHz up to 10 MHz
  • I2C:2 x Up to 2x master, 1.2 kHz up to 1.2 MHz
  • I2C:2 x Up to 1x slave, 1.2 kHz up to 1.2 MHz
  • UART:1 x Ultra-low power UART
Timer/Counter/PWM 4 x 16-bit Timer
  • Watchdog:1 x Watchdog Timer
  • Timer/Counter:4 x 16-bit Timer/Counter module
Analog 13-channel 10 bit ADC
  • ADC:13-channel x 10 bit ADC
  • Temperature Sensor:1 x +/- 2 Deg C
I/O & Package -40 °C .. 85 °C, 64-BGA
  • Operating Temperature Range:-40 °C .. 85 °C Operating Temperature Range
  • I/Os:50 GPIOs
  • Package, BGA:64-ball
Development Tools
CMSIS Drivers No CMSIS-Driver in Device Family Pack.
Examples
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