The XMC7000 microcontrollers have a special feature. Their dual-bank flash enables firmware updates over the air (FOTA) via RWW (Read-While-Write). For example, a firmware update can be loaded onto one flash bank while the device is still running with the previous firmware on the second flash bank. A reboot then switches to the new firmware. That makes the XMC700 very flexible, especially in remote maintenance. Up to 8 MB Flash and 1 MB RAM are also part of the equipment.
The microcontroller has a wide supply voltage range from 2.7 V to 5.5 V. In the Hibernate Mode – the lowest low-power mode – the MCU's power consumption is just 8 µA. Equipped with a wide range of peripherals such as up to 2x Gigabit Ethernet, CAN-FD, Crypto Engine, SMIF, and SDHC, the microcontroller impresses with its flexibility.
Suitable for harsh environments, the controller is capable of operating from -40 °C to +125 °C and is available in various TQFP and LFBGA package types with 100 to 272 pins.
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