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16-Bit Microcontroller with ADC and I²C

Versatile, Low-Power Microcontroller Includes Dual 10-Bit ADC Channels and 4 GPIO in a Small, 1.7mm x 1.8mm Package

Product Details

The MAX28200 is a low-power, 16-bit MAXQ® microcontroller (µC) designed for low-power applications, including smart phones and consumer electronics. The device combines a powerful 16-bit RISC microcontroller with a 10-bit, 93.75ksps ADC along with an I²C communications port. The device includes four GPIO pins. The device includes 16KB of flash memory and 2KB of data SRAM. Additional utility ROM space includes macros such as an I²C bootloader to enable flash memory firmware updates in the field. The device provides NIST SP 800-185 compliant secure hash algorithm (SHA-3) KMAC challenge and response authentication and can be paired with other SHA-3 devices.

For the ultimate in low-power battery-operated performance, the device includes an ultra-low-power stop mode. In this mode, the minimum amount of circuitry is powered. The device wakes up on a matching I²C address. Wake-up sources also include external interrupts, the power-fail warning, and a wake-up timer interrupts. The microcontroller runs from a wide 1.71V to 3.63V operating voltage.

Key Features

  • High-Performance, Low-Power, 16-Bit RISC Core
  • Internal 12MHz Oscillator Requires No External Components
  • Two-Channel, 10-Bit 93.75ksps ADC
  • I²C Slave Peripheral
    • 400kHz Operating Frequency
    • Flash Bootloader Function
    • Wakeup from Ultra-Low Power Stop Mode on I²C Address Match
  • 16-Bit PWM Timer Output
  • Wake-Up Timer
  • SHA-3 KMAC Secure Authentication with RNG
  • 1.71V to 3.63V Operating Voltage
  • 16-Bit Instruction Word, 16-Bit Data Bus
  • Memory Features
    • 16KB Flash Memory
    • 2KB Data SRAM
  • -40°C to +85°C Operating Temperature
  • Low Power Consumption
    • 0.2µA (typ), 2.0µA (max) in Stop Mode, TA = +25°C, Power-Fail Monitor Disabled
    • 2.7mA (typ) at 12MHz in Active Mode
  • 1.7mm x 1.8mm x 0.5mm 12-Bump WLP Package

Applications/Uses

  • Consumer Electronics
  • Smartphones
Parametric specs for Microcontrollers
MCU Core MAXQ20S
Internal Flash (KBytes) 16
Core Clock Speed (MHz) (max) 12
Data Processing 16-bit
Internal SRAM (KBytes) 2
Package/Pins THIN WLP/12
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
$0.58 @1k
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Simplified Block Diagram

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Design & Development

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Description

The MAX28200 evaluation kit (EV kit) is a development platform that enables access to all the features of the MAX28200 in a tiny, easy-to-use board. The ROM-based bootloader is accessed through JTAG or an I2C interface. Connectors are provided for a host bus adapter, the DS9481P programming tool, and for JTAG. Board power can be supplied by USB, host bus adapter, JTAG, or the DS9481P programming tool. This board provides a powerful processing subsystem in a very small space that can be easily integrated into a variety of applications.

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Features

  • MAX28200 Microcontroller
    • MAXQ20 16-Bit Core
    • 16KB Flash Memory
    • 2KB SRAM
    • PWM/Timer
    • 2-Channel, 10-Bit ADC
    • I2C
    • Hardware SHA-3 Engine
    • Comparator
  • Integrated Peripherals
    • Status LEDs
    • Temperature Sensor
    • Potentiometer

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Parameters

Parametric specs for Microcontrollers
MCU Core MAXQ20S
Internal Flash (KBytes) 16
Core Clock Speed (MHz) (max) 12
Data Processing 16-bit
Internal SRAM (KBytes) 2
Package/Pins THIN WLP/12
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
$0.58 @1k

Key Features

  • High-Performance, Low-Power, 16-Bit RISC Core
  • Internal 12MHz Oscillator Requires No External Components
  • Two-Channel, 10-Bit 93.75ksps ADC
  • I²C Slave Peripheral
    • 400kHz Operating Frequency
    • Flash Bootloader Function
    • Wakeup from Ultra-Low Power Stop Mode on I²C Address Match
  • 16-Bit PWM Timer Output
  • Wake-Up Timer
  • SHA-3 KMAC Secure Authentication with RNG
  • 1.71V to 3.63V Operating Voltage
  • 16-Bit Instruction Word, 16-Bit Data Bus
  • Memory Features
    • 16KB Flash Memory
    • 2KB Data SRAM
  • -40°C to +85°C Operating Temperature
  • Low Power Consumption
    • 0.2µA (typ), 2.0µA (max) in Stop Mode, TA = +25°C, Power-Fail Monitor Disabled
    • 2.7mA (typ) at 12MHz in Active Mode
  • 1.7mm x 1.8mm x 0.5mm 12-Bump WLP Package

Applications/Uses

  • Consumer Electronics
  • Smartphones

Description

The MAX28200 is a low-power, 16-bit MAXQ® microcontroller (µC) designed for low-power applications, including smart phones and consumer electronics. The device combines a powerful 16-bit RISC microcontroller with a 10-bit, 93.75ksps ADC along with an I²C communications port. The device includes four GPIO pins. The device includes 16KB of flash memory and 2KB of data SRAM. Additional utility ROM space includes macros such as an I²C bootloader to enable flash memory firmware updates in the field. The device provides NIST SP 800-185 compliant secure hash algorithm (SHA-3) KMAC challenge and response authentication and can be paired with other SHA-3 devices.

For the ultimate in low-power battery-operated performance, the device includes an ultra-low-power stop mode. In this mode, the minimum amount of circuitry is powered. The device wakes up on a matching I²C address. Wake-up sources also include external interrupts, the power-fail warning, and a wake-up timer interrupts. The microcontroller runs from a wide 1.71V to 3.63V operating voltage.

Simplified Block Diagram

MAX28200: Typical Application Circuit MAX28200: Typical Application Circuit Zoom icon

Technical Docs

Support & Training

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