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FM0+, FM3 & FM4 MCU

New Contributor

Hi Forum.

I'm in process of transfer to 32-bit ARM platform from 8-bit 8051 chips. Application should be for the electric vehicle Li-Ion battery pack. I have already tried STM32 chips.

Seems to me that FM4 S6E2CC is very well and mature chip so I am interested in:

1 - program longevity,

2 - possibility for obtaining FM4-176L-S6E2CC-ETH development kit and

3 - errata sheet for the S6E2CC, I could not find any.

Thank you.

 

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Employee

Hello,

if you look for longevity and M4 based industrial MCUs from CY/IFX, I would recommend you to have a look at the XMC4000 family. 

32-bit XMC4000 Industrial Microcontroller Arm® Cortex®-M4 - Infineon Technologies

 In case you need AEC-Q100 (as application seems to be automotive), have a look to the Traveo Family as example:

Cypress Traveo™ II 32-bit Arm Automotive Microcontrollers (MCUs)

Best regards

 

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New Contributor

Thank you very much. I will certainly check both XMC4000 and Traveo MCU families.

Best regards.

 

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