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Analog Devices ADuCM360

ARM Cortex-M3, 16 MHz, 128 kB ROM, 8 kB RAM

The ADuCM360 is a fully integrated, 3.9 kSPS, 24-bit data acquisition system that incorporates dual high performance, multichannel sigma-delta ADCs,a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3 processor, and Flash/EE memory on a single chip. The ADuCM360 is designed for direct interfacing to external precision sensors in both wired and battery-powered applications.

Core ARM Cortex-M3, 16 MHz 3912 -channel DMA
  • NVIC:39 interrupt sources
  • DMA:12 -channel DMA
  • Processor:ARM Cortex-M3, 16 MHz
Memory 8 kB RAM, 128 kB ROM
  • ROM:128 kB
  • RAM:8 kB
  • Additional Memory:131072 byte 128kB Flash memory
  • Additional Memory:8192 byte 8kB SRAM
Clock & Power 1.80 V .. 3.60 V, 16 MHz
  • Supply Voltage:1.80 V .. 3.60 V Operating Voltage
  • Maximum Clock Frequency:16 MHz
Communication SPI, I2C, UART
  • SPI:2 x SPI
  • I2C:2 x I2C
  • UART:1 x UART
Timer/Counter/PWM 2 x 16-bit Timer, 6 x 16-bit
  • Watchdog:1 x Watchdog Timer
  • Timer/Counter:2 x 16-bit
  • PWM:6 x 16-bit
  • Other:1 x 32 bitWake-up timer
Analog 1-channel 12 bit DAC, 15-channel 24 bit ADC, 2 x Programmable current source, 1 x Precision voltage reference, 1 x VBias Generator, 1 x Ground Switch, 1 x Diagnostic current sources
  • ADC:15-channel x 24 bit ADC
  • DAC:1-channel x 12 bit DAC
  • Temperature Sensor:1 x
  • Other:2 x Programmable current source
  • Other:1 x Precision voltage reference
  • Other:1 x VBias Generator
  • Other:1 x Ground Switch
  • Other:1 x Diagnostic current sources
I/O & Package -40 °C .. 125 °C
  • Operating Temperature Range:-40 °C .. 125 °C Operating Temperature Range
  • I/Os:19 Inputs/Outputs
  • Package, CSP:48-ball
Development Tools
CMSIS Drivers No CMSIS-Driver in Device Family Pack.
Examples
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