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Toshiba TMPM373FWDUG

The Toshiba TMPM373FWDUG is an ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller core - Maximum operating frequency: 80 MHz - Standby mode: IDLE, STOP On Chip program memory and data memory Internal FlashROM : 128 Kb Internal SRAM : 6 Kbyte Interrupt source - Internal: 45 / External: 8 - 7 priority levels Input / output ports - 37 pins Watchdog timer (WDT): 1channel - 26 cycles of binary counter Power On reset function (POR) Voltage detect function (VLTD) Oscillation frequency detect function (OFD) Vector engine (VE): 1 unit - Calculating circuit for motor control Programmable motor driver (PMD): 1channel - 3 phase complementary PWM generator - Synchronous A/D convert start trigger generator - Emergency protective function (EMG pin) Encoder input circuit (ENC): 1 channel - Correspond to incremental encoder (AB/ABZ) - Rotation direction detection - Counter for absolute position detection - Comparator for position detection - Noise filter - 3 phase sensor input 16-bit timer (TMRB): 8 channel - 16-bit interval timer mode - 16-bit event counter mode - 16-bit PPG output - Input capture function - Input 5 pins / Output 3 pins General-purpose serial interface (SIO) - Either UART mode ore synchronous mode can be selected - 3 channel 12-bit A/D converter (ADC): 1unit - Start by the internal trigger: TMRB interrupt / PMD trigger - Single/repeat mode - AD conversion monitoring function - Conversion speed 2ms (ADC conversion clock = 40 MHz) Clock generator (CG) - On-chip PLL (8 times) - Clock gear function high-speed clock can be divided into 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 or 1/16.

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79,823 bytes
Generic User Guide
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Technical Reference Manual
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Simulated Features
Simulation for this device is provided by the default peripheral simulation driver.

Complete peripheral simulation is not available and is not planned to be implemented by ARM.

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