Cortex M0 MCU
The Nuvoton NuMicro® M032 series is a range of 32-bit microcontrollers, equipped with notable Arm® Cortex®-M0 CPUs and a 32-bit hardware multiplier/divider. Their operating voltage can range from 1.8V to 3.6V, and they can tolerate 5V IO while operating at up to 48/72 MHz, running in a temperature range of -40℃ to 105℃. Their prolific features make them a comprehensive solution ideal for Crystal-less USB applications.
Function & Applications:
The M032 series is tailor-designed for applications that require a low-voltage interface connection. They're enhanced with an expedient 2 MSPS conversion rate 12-bit ADC and comparators. They offer up to 24-ch 96/144 MHz PWM control tailored for the quick and precise conversion of voltage, current, and sensor data, providing rapid response control to external devices. They are commonly used in fields like Mobile LCD Panel Controller (HMI), IoT Sensing Devices, Micro Printers, Gaming Keyboards and Mice, and TWS Chargers.
The M032LE3AE with the product number in M032 series operates at a frequency of up to 48 MHz within a voltage range of 1.8 V to 3.6 V. As a low-voltage microcontroller, it has a 32-bit hardware multiplier/divider and is well equipped with 128 KB Flash and 16 KB SRAM, making it an ideal choice for industrial control and consumer applications.
Package Types, Interface & Pin Configuration:
M032 series provides various Flash sizes from 32 KB to 512 KB and SRAM sizes from 4 KB to 96 KB. It offers the package of LQFP48, providing pin compatibility for different part numbers.
Reliability & Lifespan:
The M032 series operates at a temperature range of - 40℃ to 105℃, demonstrating high reliability and excellent lifecycle performance. The product assures reliability under various stress tests, including EFT of 4.4 kV and ESD HBM of 6 kV.
Standards & Certifications:
The M032 series conforms to the IEC60730 safety specifications, ensuring its safe functioning in application scenarios.
Application Cases & Reference Designs:
Nuvoton offers NuMaker evaluation boards and Nuvoton Nu-Link debugger for development with the M032 series. Different third-party IDEs are available such as Keil MDK, IAR EWARM, and Eclipse IDE with GNU GCC compilers. All of these features make it convenient for system designers to implement the M032 series in various application scenarios.