The 56F8000 targets a range of motor control and system control applications. Developed by Freescale, this chip keeps monetary and power costs low while delivering advanced peripheral control.
The pulse-width modulators (PWMs) operate at three times the clock frequency. Each pair can generate differential switch frequencies. The application has cycle-by-cycle control over the PWMs, which also have multiple programmable fault ports and can operate while the CPU is sleeping.
The 12-bit analog-to-digital converter can support two conversions at a time. Pricing starts at $2.99.
|| 32-MHz 56800E hybrid core
||Flash ||16-kbyte program w/security
||96-MHz, six-output PWM that can be center- or edge-aligned; four timers
||Eight-channel, 12-bit ADC; two simultaneous conversions SerialSPI, serial port w/LIN support,I2CGPIO26
||Power ||0.026-mA min, 65-mA max
Package ||32-pin, SOIC, PDIP, 7- by 7-mm LQFP, lead free