XC2000

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The Infineon XC2000 family is a 16-bit microcontroller that can be found in automotive applications including transmissions, hybrid applications, driver assistant systems and engine management systems.[1]

Key features[edit]

The XC2000 family uses the Infineon proprietary C166 16-bit in a version which also contains a 32-bit MAC unit.[2] Core frequency ranges from 40 to 100 MHz, embedded flash from 32 KB to 1.6 MB, RAM up to 138 KB. The microcontroller containing an embedded voltage regulator can run from a single power supply between 3 and 5 V.

Architecture[edit]

CPU[edit]

The Central Processing Unit (CPU) of the XC2000 microcontroller family is principally fetching and decoding instructions, to supply, perform operations and store calculated result on the operands for the arithmetic logic unit (ALU) and the MAC unit.[3]

As the CPU is the main engine of the XC2000 microcontroller, it is also affected by certain actions of the peripheral subsystem. Because a five-stage processing pipeline (plus two-stage fetch pipeline) is implemented in the XC2000, up to five instructions can be processed in parallel. Most instructions of the XC2000 are executed in one single clock cycle due to this parallelism.[4]

Peripherals[edit]

  • One or two analog to digital converters with up to 30 channels, 600 ns conversion time, up to 10 or 12-bit resolution
  • up to four units for PWM generation (CCU6) with 16-bit resolution
  • up to six CAN nodes with up to 256 message objects
  • up to 10 Universal Serial Interface Controller channels for software defined serial interfaces (SPI, UART, I2C, I2S)
  • External bus unit

Development tools[edit]

Evaluation kits[edit]

There are "Easy Kits" for evaluation of the controller features and "Application Kits" as quick start for specific applications available.[5] Main applications are in the industrial field like electric motor control, automation and solar inverters.

Free tools[edit]

Third-party tools[edit]

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