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Nuvoton NUC100LD1BN

The Nuvoton NUC100LD1BN is a + Core - ARM Cortex-M0 core runs up to 50MHz. - NVIC for the 32 interrupt inputs, each with 4-levels of priority. - Serial Wire Debug supports with 2 watchpoints/4 breakpoints. + Widely operating voltage range from 2.5V to 5.5V + Flash EPROM Memory - 32K/64K/128K bytes Flash EPROM for program code. - 4kB flash for ISP loader - Support ISP/IAP program code update + SRAM Memory - 4K/8K/16k bytes embedded SRAM. + PDMA (Peripheral DMA) - Support 9 channels + Clock Control - Build-in 22MHz OSC (Trimmed to 1%) for system operation - Low power 10KHz OSC for watchdog and wakeup sleep operation. - Support one PLL, up to 50MHz, for high performance system operation. - External 12MHz crystal input for precise timing operating. - External 32 kHz crystal input for RTC function and low power system operation. + GPIO - Four I/O modes (bi-direction, Push-Pull, Open-Drain, IN high impendence) + Timers - 4 sets of 24-bit timer with 8-bit pre-scaler. + Watch Dog Timer + RTC + PWM/Capture - up to four 16-bit PWM generators. - Up to eight 16-bit digital Capture timers. - Support Capture interrupt + UART - Up to three compatible 16550 UART devices. - Support IrDA(SIR) and LIN function + SPI - Up to four sets of SPI device. - Master up to 16 Mbps / Slave up to 10 Mbps. + I2C - Two sets of I2C device. - Master/Slave up to 1Mbit/s. + I2S - interface with external audio CODEC. - Operate as either master or slave mode. - Capable of handling 8, 16, and 32 bit word sizes. + ADC - 12-bit 8-ch with 800ksps. - Single scan/single cycle scan/continuous scan + Analog Comparator - 2 comparator analog modules + Temperature sensor - One temperature sensor built-in with 1? resolution. + Brown-out detector - with 4 levels: 4.5V/3.8V/2.7V/2.4V.

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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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