Arm-based PIC32CX-BZ2 microcontrollers from Microchip ease wi-fi design challenges by offering built-in Bluetooth LE connectivity. The sequence, which incorporates each SoC units and world regulatory-certified, RF-ready modules, additionally furnishes Zigbee stacks and Over the Air (OTA) replace capabilities.
Powered by a 64-MHz Arm Cortex-M4F processor, the PIC32CX-BZ2 household presents a 12-bit ADC, a number of timer/counters, an on-board encryption engine, and a broad set of interfaces for contact, CAN, sensor, show, and different peripherals. As much as 1 Mbyte of flash reminiscence helps giant software codes, multiprotocol wi-fi stacks, and OTA updates. SoC units are AEC-Q100 Grade 1 (125°C) certified to additional simplify wi-fi connectivity integration in robust environments.
Improvement is supported by Microchip’s MPLAB Concord 32-bit embedded software program growth framework. MPLAB Code Configurator integration permits builders to rapidly start prototyping with the PIC32CX-BZ2 household utilizing drag-and-drop auto code era. MPLAB Concord additionally consists of quite a few different instruments and an ecosystem of debuggers, programmers, digital sniffer, and compilers.
The PIC32CX-BZ2 household is in-stock and out there now. PIC32CX1012BZ25048-I and PIC32CX1012BZ25048-E SoCs ship in 7×7-mm QFN48 packages. The WBZ451PE-I and the WBZ451UE-I modules include an on-board PCB antenna and a U.FL connector for an exterior antenna, respectively.
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