The PSoC® 62 performance line, built on an ultra low-power 40-nm platform, is a combination of Arm® Cortex™-M4 and Arm Cortex-M0+ CPUs, with low-power Flash technology, programmable digital and analog resources, and best-in-class CapSence technology for touch and proximity applications. It's designed for applications in the Internet of Things, such as wearables, smart home, industrial IoT, portable medical devices, etc.
PSoC® 62 Features
Dual-core architecture: 150-MHz Arm® Cortex®-M4 and 100-MHz Arm Cortex-M0+
Ultra-low-power (0.9 V) and low-power (1.1 V) operation mode
Up to 2MB flash and 1MB SRAM with a DMA controller
Up to 104 GPIOs
Programmable Analog & Digital
Two opamps, two low-power comparators (CMPs), 12-bit SAR ADC (1-Msps)
12-bit DAC, CapSense® capacitive-sensing block
Twelve universal digital blocks (UDBs): custom digital peripherals
Twenty-four 16-bit and eight 32-bit timer/counter/pulse-width modulator (TCPWM) blocks1
Eight serial communication blocks (SCBs)2, deep-sleep SCB
I2S and PDM-PCM3 converter, SMIF4
USB 2.0 (host and device)
Secure Platform Architecture
Advanced cryptographic coprocessor (Crypto)
True random number generator
One-time programmable eFuse5 for secure key storage
Secure over-the-air (OTA) firmware update with read-while-write flash technology for firmware updates
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AN228571 introduces the PSoC 6 MCU, a dual-CPU programmable system-on-chip with Arm® Cortex®-M4 and Cortex-M0+ processors. This application note helps you explore PSoC 6 MCU architecture and development tools, and shows you how to create your first project using ModusToolbox.
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