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Wellness Measurement Microcontroller

Ultra-Low-Power ARM Cortex-M3 with Wellness Sensor Analog Front-End and Advanced Hardware Security

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Parametric specs for Microcontrollers
MCU Core ARM Cortex-M3
Internal Flash (KBytes) 256
Core Clock Speed (MHz) (max) 24
Data Processing 32-bit
Internal SRAM (KBytes) 32
Package/Pins CTBGA-CU/120
CTBGA-CU/192
WLP/108
Budgetary
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Parameters

Parametric specs for Microcontrollers
MCU Core ARM Cortex-M3
Internal Flash (KBytes) 256
Core Clock Speed (MHz) (max) 24
Data Processing 32-bit
Internal SRAM (KBytes) 32
Package/Pins CTBGA-CU/120
CTBGA-CU/192
WLP/108
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
0

Key Features

  • Integrated AFE Enables Precision Wellness Measurements with Minimal Discretes
    • 16-Bit ADC with Input Mux and PGA
      • Up to 500ksps Conversion Rate
      • PGA with Gain of 1, 2, 4, and 8 and Bypass Mode
      • Differential 8:1 or Single-Ended 16:1 Input Mux
      • Internal Mux Inputs for Measuring VDDA3
    • Internal or External Voltage Reference
      • Programmable Buffers for ADC and DACs
    • Two 12-Bit DACs and Two 8-Bit DACs
    • Four Operational Amplifiers
    • Four Low-Power Comparators
    • Four Uncommitted SPST Analog Switches
    • Four Ground Switches
    • Up to Eight 100mA LED Driver Pairs (Sink)
    • Internal Temperature Sensor
  • Secure Valuable IP and Data with Robust On-Board Trust Protection Unit
    • Trust Protection Unit for End-to-End Security
    • AES Hardware Engine
    • µMAA for ECDSA and RSA
    • True Random Number Generator (TRNG)
    • Fast-Erase SRAM for Secure Key Storage
  • Industry’s Lowest Overall System Power Increases Battery Life
    • 175µA/MHz Active Power Executing Code from Cache
    • 1.25µA Current Consumption with Real-Time Clock Enable in LP0
    • 1.8µA Current Consumption with Data Retention and Fast 15µs Wakeup in LP1
    • Peripheral Clock Control
    • 6-Channel DMA Engine Enables Intelligent Peripheral Operation While Micro is in Sleep Mode
  • Flexible Package Options
    • 120-Ball CTBGA, 0.5mm Pitch, 7mm x 7mm
    • 192-Ball CTBGA, 0.65mm Pitch, 12mm x 12mm
    • 108-Bump WLP, 0.4mm Pitch, 5.4mm x 4.3mm

Applications/Uses

  • Blood Glucose Metering
  • Galvanic Skin Response Measurement
  • Pulse Oximetry Measurement
  • Wearable Medical Devices

Description

2014 Wasp Award WinnerThe MAX32600 microcontroller is based on the industry-standard ARM® Cortex®-M3 32-bit RISC CPU operating at up to 24MHz. It includes 256KB of flash memory, 32KB of SRAM, a 2KB instruction cache, and integrated high-performance analog peripherals.

The MAX32600 is available in the following package options: 192-ball, 12mm x 12mm CTBGA; 120-ball, 7mm x 7mm CTBGA; and 108-ball, 5.4mm x 4.3mm WLP.

In addition to the free tools provided by Maxim, the MAX32600 supports the Embedded Workbench from IAR. The IAR Embedded Workbench® incorporates a compiler, an assembler, a linker, and a debugger into one IDE. It is easy to use, provides advanced and highly-efficient optimization features, and is highly integrated with hardware, RTOS products, and middleware. The IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM is available in several versions, including a product package that is designed specifically for ARM Cortex-M core families.

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