Mouser Now Stocking NXP’s MPC5777C Power Architecture MCU for Industrial and Automotive Engine Management


June 19, 2019 – Mouser Electronics is now stocking MPC5777C Power Architecture microcontroller from NXP Semiconductors. Boasting three dual-issue, 32-bit CPU core complexes, the high-performance microcontroller supports demanding automotive and industrial engine management applications such as electric DC motor control, aerospace engines, and Ethernet and CAN FD connectivity, plus automotive applications that require compliance with SIL-1 and ASIL-D functional safety requirements.

The NXP MPC5777C Power Architecture microcontroller, available from Mouser Electronics, features two independent Power Architecture z7 cores offering up to 300 MHz operation, as well as a single z7 core operating in lockstep with one of the main computational cores. The two main cores offer signal processing extension instruction support for digital signal processing, as well as 16 Kbytes of I-cache and 16 Kbytes of D-cache. The microcontroller offers 8 Mbytes of on-chip flash memory, in addition to 512 Kbytes of on-chip general purpose RAM (including 64 Kbytes of standby RAM).

The device’s two enhanced queued analog-to-digital converter (eQADC) modules provide support for 70 analog input pins, which can be expanded to 182 inputs using off-chip mutiplexers. The highly secure MPC5777C microcontroller includes on-chip security encryption protection using a tamper detection module and cryptographic services engine for tamper-proofing.

The NXP MPC5777C Power Architecture microcontroller is supported by the MPC5777C-DEVB development board, which enables the development of both hardware and software for applications such as battery management systems, traction motor control, and internal combustion engines and transmissions. The versatile development board includes an MPC5777C microcontroller together with MC33FS6520LAE System Basis Chip (SBC) and the TJA1100 and TJA1145T/FD Ethernet and CAN FD PHY transceivers.

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