NXP Semiconductors creates solutions that enable secure connections for a smarter world. Building on its expertise in High Performance Mixed Signal electronics, NXP is driving innovation in the automotive, identification and mobile industries, and in application areas including wireless infrastructure, lighting, healthcare, industrial, consumer tech and computing.
NXP ARM LPC800 Smartphone Quick-Jack Solution adapts the standard 3.5mm stereo audio jack found on most iOS or Android smart devices into a self-powered data port and provides a universal interface for external sensors, switches, and other external devices. This flexible solution gives both consumer and industrial product designers a simple, plug-and-go way to get data into an endless variety of control, monitoring, data collection, maintenance, medical, and entertainment applications. The Smartphone Quick-Jack Solution includes a small PCB with an NXP LPC812 microcontroller, an energy harvesting IC, a miniature joystick, and an expansion header. LPC812 is an ARM Cortex M0+ MCU that manages the data transport, encoding/decoding data using the Manchester algorithm to be exchanged over the audio channels. The board's expansion header makes it easy to connect myriad sensors (such as temperature, humidity, wind, heart rate, and accelerometer), switches (lights and power), HMI devices (keyboards and game controllers) or other devices that collect or log data from a variety of sources. An energy harvesting circuit utilizes the right audio channel to draw power from the smart device to power the Quick-Jack board and attached sensors. The onboard joystick can be used to demonstrate a UI implementation, with results displayed by an application on the connected smartphone or tablet. The supplied example App for Android phones and iPhone displays joystick position and temperature and can turn devices on the Quick-Jack board on and off.
NXP's 74LVC1G11-Q100 provides a single 3-input AND gate. The input can be driven from either 3.3V or 5V devices. This feature allows the use of this device in a mixed 3.3V and 5V environment. Schmitt trigger action at all inputs makes the circuit highly tolerant to slower input rise and fall time. This device is fully specified for partial power-down applications using IOFF. The IOFF circuitry disables the output, preventing the damaging backflow current through the device when it is powered down. This product has been qualified to the Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) standard Q100 (Grade 1) and is suitable for use in automotive applications.
NXP Semiconductors 74AVC1T45 is a single bit, dual supply transceiver with 3-state output that enables bidirectional level translation. It features two 1-bit input-output ports (A and B), a direction control input (DIR) and dual supply pins (VCC(A) and VCC(B)). Both VCC(A) and VCC(B) can be supplied at any voltage between 0.8 V and 3.6 V making the device suitable for translating between any of the low voltage nodes (0.8 V, 1.2 V, 1.5 V, 1.8 V, 2.5 V and 3.3 V). Pins A and DIR are referenced to VCC(A) and pin B is referenced to VCC(B). A HIGH on DIR allows transmission from A to B and a LOW on DIR allows transmission from B to A. The device is fully specified for partial power-down applications using IOFF. The IOFF circuitry disables the output, preventing any damaging back-flow current through the device when it is powered down. In suspend mode when either VCC(A) or VCC(B) are at A and B are in the high-impedance OFF-state. A and B are in the high-impedance OFF-state.
NXP's PHPT6xx03 High Power Bipolar Transistors are the industry's first in the SOT-669 (LFPAK) Surface-Mounted Device (SMD) power plastic package. They are offered in NPN or PNP versions in 60V and 100V collector-emitter voltage ratings and with collector current rating of 3 amps. These devices offer features of high thermal power dissipation capability, reduced PCB requirements and have a high energy efficiency due to less heat generation. Typical applications include power management, load switch, linear mode voltage regulator, and backlighting applications.
NXP's LPC11E6x 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0+ Microcontrollers gives engineers a wider choice when selecting entry-level microcontrollers designed for the harsh operating conditions common in many industrial, lighting, and industrial automation applications. The LPC11E6x is available in three memory and package variations and offers exceptional power efficiency, achieved through an ARM®Cortex-M0+™ core and power profiles that allow various power saving options depending on the application demands. Memory options include up to 256kB Flash, 36kB RAM and 4kB EEPROM. High-precision analog features include a best-in-class 2Msps, 12-channel, 12-bit ADC, and ample connectivity is provided through I2C and SPI interfaces, USARTs, and up to 80 GPIOs. The LPC11E6x takes advantage of an on-chip SCTimer/PWM to provide advanced timing features. This unique block can operate like most traditional timers, and includes a state machine to give programmers a higher degree of timing control. It can be configured as multiple PWMs, a PWM with dead-time control, a PWM with reset capability, and many other functions that cannot be duplicated with traditional timers. Also available, the SCTimer/PWM Cookbook provides a collection of examples and usage notes to help programmers quickly implement timing functions for LPC11E6x applications.
NXP's PTVSxP1UTP 600W Unidirectional Transient Voltage Suppressors are available in a SOD-128 small and flat lead Surface-Mounted Device (SMD) plastic package, designed for transient overvoltage protection in high-temperature applications. Features include rated peak pulse power of 600W, reverse standoff voltage range of 3.3V to 64V, reverse current of 0.001µA, very low package height (1mm), and AEC-Q101 qualified. Typical applications for these are power supply protection, automotive, industrial, power management, and high temperature.
NXP's LPC1549 LPCXpresso™ board with NXP's LPC1549 Cortex-M3 microcontroller is designed to make it as easy as possible to get started with your project. The LPC1549 LPCXpresso™ includes a standard 10-pin JTAG/SWD connector plus analog/digital expansion headers, making it a highly extensible platform. Headers conforming to the LPCXpresso™, Arduino UNO and PMOD standards give an unprecedented number of options to developers wanting to leverage existing peripheral boards. In addition to including an on-board debug probe, the LPC1549 LPCXpresso™ can also be configured to use external debug probes from Keil, IAR and other third party partners.
NXP LPC1500 Motor Control ARM Cortex-M3 MCUs are optimized for fast, easy, high-precision motor control of sensored/sensorless brushless DC (BLDC) and permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSM). LPC1500 is ideal for large consumer appliances, HVAC, Elevator/escalator control, and industrial pump and generator control. LPC1500 supports two motors through 2 12-bit, 12-channel, 2Msps ADCs and a quadrature encoder interface. Precise PWM generation allows for efficient motor drive. Advanced analog subsystems and timing is ideal for PID control loops. CAN module sinplifies industrial connectivity and USB allows easy field upgrades. Free FOC motor control firmware is available, and GUI based tools streamline any repetitive tuning and calibration.
NXP's 74AXP Extremely-Low Voltage Si-Gate CMOS Logic is a family of Si-gate CMOS devices uses leading low threshold process technology and next generation packaging technology to create extremely small functions that support the trend to very low operating voltage and consume very little power. It is the first logic family that is fully specified at 0.8V. The devices are targeted at small footprint portable applications and are available in single (1G), dual (2G) and triple (3G) gate formats. Multiple standard and configurable logic functions are included in the AXP family. Typical applications include smart phones, tablet PC's, digital cameras, portable medical devices and other power sensitive devices.
NXP's LPC11U6x 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0+ family builds on the ease-of-use and design flexibility of NXP’s award-winning LPC11Uxx portfolio with a range of enhanced features, including a more energy-efficient ARM® Cortex™-M0+ core, significantly more flash and SRAM, more serial communications, a new 2-Msps ADC and more versatile timers. These additional features allow the LPC11U6x to tackle a wider range of applications in consumer, commercial and industrial markets such as metering and data collection, wired and wireless routing, handheld medical equipment, and PC/gaming accessories, among others. The LPC11U6x extends memory options by doubling flash to 256 KB and tripling SRAM to 36 KB. More rigorous I/O requirements are supported by expanded serial connectivity, including 5 USARTs, 2 I2Cs, 2 SPIs, and up to 80 GPIOs, along with a new 12-channel, 12-bit, 2-Msps ADC for higher bandwidth and higher-precision input.
NXP's PCA8546 4 x 44 Automotive LCD Drivers are a peripheral device which generates the drive signals for any multiplexed LCD containing up to four backplanes, and up to 176 elements. The PCA8546 is compatible with most microcontrollers and communicates via the two-line bidirectional I2C-bus (PCA8546A) or a three line unidirectional SPI-bus (PCA8546B). Communication overheads are minimized using a display RAM with auto-incremented addressing. These LCD Drivers are each AEC-Q100 Grade 3 compliant for use in automotive applications.
NXP's PCF8545 Universal LCD Drivers are a peripheral device which interfaces to almost any Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) with low multiplex rates. It generates the drive signals for any multiplexed LCD containing up to eight backplanes, and up to 320 elements. The PCF8545 is compatible with most microcontrollers and communicates via the two-line bidirectional I2C-bus (PCF8545A) or a three line unidirectional SPI-bus (PCF8545B). Communication overheads are minimized using a display RAM with auto-incremented addressing.
NXP's PCx8537 LCD Drivers are a fully featured Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) driver, specifically designed for high-contrast Vertical Alignment (VA) LCD with multiplex rates up to 1:8. They generate the drive signals for any static or multiplexed LCD containing up to eight backplanes, 46 segments, and up to 352 elements. The PCx8537 features an internal charge pump with internal capacitors for on-chip generation of the LCD driving voltage. To ensure an optimal and stable contrast over the full temperature range, the PCx8537 offers a programmable temperature compensation of the LCD supply voltage. The PCx8537 can be easily connected to a microcontroller by either the two-line I2C-bus (PCx8537AH) or a three-line bidirectional SPI-bus (PCx8537BH).
NXP's PCx8536 LCD Drivers are a peripheral device which interfaces to almost any Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) with low multiplex rates. They generate the drive signals for any multiplexed LCD containing up to eight backplanes, up to 44 segments, and up to 320 elements. The PCx8536 is compatible with most microcontrollers and communicates via the two-line bidirectional I2C-bus (PCx8536AT) or a three line unidirectional SPI-bus (PCx8536BT). Communication overheads are minimized using a display RAM with auto-incremented addressing. They feature an on-chip PWM controller for LED illumination. Up to six independent channels can be configured. Each channel has 128 levels allowing the possibility for two RGB controllers. Each of them provides over 2 million colors. Each channel can also be used for static drive.
NXP BLF18xXR(S) Power Transistors deliver stability and unsurpassed performance under the most severe load mismatch conditions (VSWR greater than 65:1 at P3dB). These new devices build on NXP's proven track record as a leading RF power transistor supplier and extend NXP's portfolio, bringing extreme ruggedness, linearity, stability, power and simplicity in design. XR LDMOS devices are ideal for demanding (kW) professional smart RF energy applications in the ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical) frequency bands from igniting plasmas and lasers to powering synchrotrons and MRIs. They also give a real power and efficiency performance boost to terrestrial broadcasting. Offering the highest efficiency solutions in FM broadcast transmitters, they also provide superior correctable linear performance and pre-distortion characteristics for IBOC Digital Radio, VHF-TV and other linear applications. NXP's leading-edge Gen6 high voltage XR LDMOS technology exceeds VDMOS performance, ruggedness and reliability. Further benefits include improved Class C operation and simplified module layout, helping to ease overall design-in requirements.
NXP PTN36242L Dual Port SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Redriver IC supports data signaling rates of 5 Gbit/s through each channel. The design consists of four channels (two ports): one port has two channels. Each channel includes a high-speed Transmit (Tx) differential lane and a high-speed Receive (Rx) differential lane. PTN36242L’s built-in advanced power management capability allows for significant power saving under various different USB 3.0 Low-power modes (U2/U3). The device detects LFPS signaling and link electrical conditions, and can dynamically activate/de-activate internal circuitry and logic. PTN36242L performs these actions without host software intervention and conserves power. Powered from a 3.3 V supply, PTN36242L is available in a HVQFN32 3mm x 6mm x 0.85mm package with 0.4mm pitch.
NXP PCA9617A Level Translating Fm+ I2C-bus Repeater is a CMOS integrated circuit that offers level shifting between low voltage (0.8 V to 5.5 V) and higher voltage (2.2 V to 5.5 V) Fast-mode Plus (Fm+) I2C-bus or SMBus applications. PCA9617A permits extension of the I2C-bus by providing bidirectional buffering for both the data (SDA) and the clock (SCL) lines, thus enabling two buses of 540 pF at 1 MHz or up to 4000 pF at lower speeds while retaining all the operating modes and features of the I2C-bus system during the level shifts. Designers can use PCA9617A to isolate two halves of a bus for both voltage and capacitance. The PCA9617A Bus Repeater has two types of drivers - A-side drivers and B-side drivers. All inputs and B-side I/Os are overvoltage tolerant to 5.5V. The 2.2 V to 5.5 V bus port B drivers have the static level offset, while the adjustable voltage bus port A drivers eliminate the static offset voltage. This results in a LOW on the port B translating into a nearly 0 V LOW on the port A which accommodates the smaller voltage swings of lower voltage logic. PCA9617A drivers are not enabled unless VCC(A) is above 0.8 V and VCC(B) is above 2.2 V.
NXP PCA9952 16-channel Fm+ I2C-bus
57 mA Constant Current LED Driver optimizes dimming and blinking in 57
mA Red/Green/Blue/Amber (RGBA) LEDs for amusement products. Each LEDn
output provides its own 8-bit resolution (256 steps) fixed frequency
individual PWM controller operating at 31.25 kHz with an adjustable duty
cycle from 0% to 99.6%. This allows the LED to be set to a specific
brightness value. An additional 8-bit resolution (256 steps) group PWM
controller offers both a fixed frequency of 122 Hz and an adjustable
frequency between 15 Hz to once every 16.8 seconds with a duty cycle
that is adjustable from 0% to 99.6% that is used to either dim or blink
all LEDs with the same value.
NXP PCAL6416A 16-Bit I2C-bus/SMBus I/O Expander is a low-voltage translating I/O expander that provides remote I/O expansion for most microcontroller families via the I2C-bus interface. In addition to providing a flexible set of GPIOs, PCAL6416A simplifies interconnection of a processor running at one voltage level to I/O devices operating at a different, usually higher, voltage level. The built-in level shifting feature makes this device extremely flexible in mixed signal environments where communication between incompatible I/O voltages is required. Its wide VDD range of 1.65V to 5.5V on the dual power rail allows seamless communications with next-generation low voltage microprocessors and microcontrollers on the interface side (SDA/SCL) and peripherals at a higher voltage on the port side.
NXP PCA9570 4-Bit General Parallel Output (GPO) Expander is a remote CMOS device designed for 4-bit general purpose parallel output (GPO) expansion in low voltage processor and handheld battery powered mobile applications. PCA9570 achieves 1 MHz I2C-bus speeds while maintaining backward compatibility to Fast-mode (400 kHz) and Standard-mode (100 kHz). The streamlined design consists of 4-bit push-pull outputs that provide low current consumption, small packaging options, and a low operating voltage range of 1.1 V to 3.6 V. Latched outputs are symmetrical 4 mA current drive capability at 3.3 V to drive various control logic. The PCA9570 output expander offers a simple solution when additional outputs are needed while keeping interconnections and floor space to a minimum.
NXP's new I/O Handler LPC11E37H/LPC11U37H 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0 MCUs are an ARM Cortex-M0 based, low-cost 32-bit MCU, designed for 8/16-bit microcontroller applications, offering performance, low power, simple instruction set and memory addressing together with reduced code size compared to existing 8/16-bit architectures. The I/O Handler (IOH) is a software library-supported hardware engine that can be used to add performance, connectivity and flexibility to system designs. The I/O Handler can emulate serial interfaces such as UART, I2C, and I2S with no or very low additional CPU load and can off-load the CPU by performing processing-intensive functions like DMA transfers in hardware. Software libraries for multiple I/O Handler applications are available on www.lpcware.com/ioh.
Both parts operate at CPU frequencies of up to 50MHz. The LPC11U3x is equipped with a highly flexible and configurable full-speed USB 2.0 device controller which brings unparalleled design flexibility and seamless integration to today's demanding connectivity solutions. The peripheral complement includes up to 128kB of flash memory, up to 12kB of SRAM data memory and 4kB EEPROM, one Fast-mode Plus I2C-bus interface, one RS-485/EIA-485 USART with support for synchronous mode and smart card interface, two SSP interfaces, four general purpose counter/timers, a 10-bit ADC, and up to 54 general purpose I/O pins.
NXP SD/SDIO/MMC/CE-ATA Host Controller Interface IC manages the physical
layer of SD, SDIO, MMC and CE-ATA protocols. Featuring a 16-bit asynchronous memory interface, the device can be used
with SD Host Standard compatible driver software to add
SD/SDIO/MMC/CE-ATA host functionality to a variety of microprocessor
systems. The device supports both full-speed (< 25 MHz) and high-speed (< 52 MHz) data transmissions on the SD/SDIO/MMC/CE-ATA port, and can operate in a wide voltage range (1.8 V to 3.6 V). SDIO101A's built-in, 2 kB data buffer provides a low interrupt latency time and efficient communication with the host processor at high data rates.
NXP PSMN040-100MSE / PSMN075-100MSE NextPower Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) MOSFETs are designed to complement the latest high-power, PSE controllers. These NXP PoE MOSFETs offer more than two times the protection of competitive devices, together with low RDS(on) parameters in a cost-effective, industry-standard LFPAK33 package. SMN040-100MSE and PSMN075-100MSE feature an enhanced forward biased safe operating area for superior linear mode operation.
NXP Semiconductors LPC4370 ARM Cortex-M4F based microcontrollers are complete data acquisition solutions on a single chip. The LPC4370 microcontrollers provide fast digital and analog inputs, the high performance processing capabilities, and the hi-speed output needed for data acquisition applications. Running up to 204 MHz, the ARM Cortex-M4F of the LPC4370 is the industry’s fastest Cortex-M microcontroller. The Cortex-M4F is a next generation 32-bit core that offers system enhancements such as low power consumption, enhanced debug features, and high level support block integration. The ARM Cortex-M4F supports single-cycle digital signal processing and SIMD instructions and has a hardware floating-point processor is integrated in the core. NXP Semiconductors LPC4370 includes the industry’s fastest integrated ADC for fast analog data acquisition. Also included is a new subsystem for fast digital I/O handling that includes a Cortex-M0 based peripheral handler and NXP’s unique Serial General Purpose I/O (SGPIO) interface. The LPC4370 offers 282 KB of SRAM, a Cortex-M0 coprocessor for offloading tasks like the USB stack from the main CPU, advanced configurable peripherals such as the State Configurable Timer (SCT) for handling complex waveform or PWM generation, two High-speed USB controllers, Ethernet, graphic LCD, an external memory controller, and more digital and analog peripherals. The LPC4370 operates at CPU frequencies of up to 204 MHz.
NXP's PCF85063 CMOS Real-Time Clock/Calendar (RTCs) are real-time clocks and calendar optimized for low power consumption. An offset register allows fine-tuning of the clock. All addresses and data are transferred serially via the two-line bidirectional I2C-bus or a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI-bus). Maximum data rate is 400kbit/s for the PCF85063A and PCF85063TP. Maximum data rate on the PCF85063B is 7Mbit/s. The register address is incremented automatically after each written or read data byte. Typical applications include digital still cameras, digital video cameras, printers, copy machines, mobile equipment, and battery powered devices.
NXP's JN5168-001-Mxx Wireless Modules are an ultra-low power, high performance surface mount module that is targeted at IEEE 802.15.4, JenNet-IP, ZigBee Light Link, ZigBee Smart Energy and RF4CE networking applications, enabling users to realize products with minimum time to market and at the lowest cost. These remove the need for expensive and lengthy development of custom RF board designs and test suites. The modules use NXP’s JN5168 wireless microcontroller to provide a comprehensive solution with large memory, high CPU and radio performance and all RF components included. All that is required to develop and manufacture wireless control or sensing products is to connect a power supply and peripherals such as switches, actuators and sensors, considerably simplifying product development.
NXP's OM13320 I2C Fm+ Development Kit is intended for several different tasks; from a hands-on introduction, understanding, and use of the I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit) Bus, to I2C device evaluation, and as a simple product demonstration platform. The kit has a core Printed Circuit Board (PCB) assembly, and three add-on PCBs. Other PCBs are available for advanced use or to support newly released I2C components as they are introduced to the market. The Fm+ Development Kit (OM13320) is supported by a Graphics User Interface (GUI) software program that runs on a Personal Computer (PC) under the Microsoft Windows 7 Operation System. In some uses the GUI is not required, and the Fm+ Development Kit (OM13320) can be run as a standalone demonstration, requiring only an external power adapter (not included).
NXP Semiconductors PCT2075 Digital Temperature Sensors are a temperature-to-digital converter that features ±1ºC accuracy over -25ºC to +100ºC range. It uses an on-chip band gap temperature sensor and Sigma-Delta A-to-D conversion technique with an overtemperature detection output that is a drop-in replacement for other LM75 series thermal sensors. Typical applications include system thermal management, personal computers, electronics equipment, and Industrial controllers.
NXP Semiconductors NCX2222 Low Voltage Comparators provide a dual, low voltage, low-power comparator with open-drain outputs. The NCX2222 has a very low supply current of 5µA per comparator and is guaranteed to operate at a low voltage of 1.3V. It is fully operational up to 5.5V which makes it convenient for use in both 3.0V and 5.0V systems. Typical applications include cellular telephones, alarm and security systems, and personal digital assistants.
NXP Semiconductors PCA9617ADP Level Translating Fm+ I2C-Bus Repeater is a CMOS integrated circuit that provides level shifting between low voltage (0.8V to 5.5V) and higher voltage (2.2V to 5.5V) Fast-mode Plus (Fm+) I2C-bus or SMBus applications. While retaining all the operating modes and features of the I2C-bus system during the level shifts, it also permits extension of the I2C-bus by providing bidirectional buffering for both the data (SDA) and the clock (SCL) lines, thus enabling two buses of 540pF at 1MHz or up to 4000pF at lower speeds. Using the PCA9617ADP enables the system designer to isolate two halves of a bus for both voltage and capacitance. The SDA and SCL pins are overvoltage tolerant and are high-impedance when the PCA9617ADP is unpowered.
NXP BUKx Automotive MOSFETs offer logic level N-channel MOSFETs featuring TrenchMOS technology. This product has been designed and qualified to AEC Q101 standard for use in high performance automotive applications.
NXP LDMOS RF Power Transistors are the dominant device technology used in high power RF amplifiers for frequencies ranging from 10 MHz to 3.8 GHz. They offer significant advantages over silicon bipolar transistors, such as very high ruggedness and efficiency, high gain, and compatibility with low cost packaging platforms. NXP's LDMOS devices deliver record performance up to 3.8 GHz and, for example, help wireless network operators realize best-in-class efficiencies for wireless base stations and hence reduce operating costs.
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OFFICES & DIMMER APPLICATIONS
NXP is making it easy for lighting designers to upgrade from 8-bit microcontrollers without increasing costs. The extra-low-power options available with NXP microcontrollers make it a compelling solution for DALI lighting systems, where total energy savings are a critical factor.
STAGE & ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING
In architectural and entertainment lighting, recent advances in LEDs have opened new opportunities for lighting control networks using DMX512. NXP's LPC Cortex-M0 family offers the resources and performance required to support sophisticated architectural and stage lighting projects and are perfectly suited to steering highly efficient RGB LED power stages while delivering tremendous value.
HOME & BUILDING CONTROL
The stability and flexibility of KNX make it a popular choice for intelligent wired home and building automation networks. NXP has partnered with WEINZIERL engineering to offer a highly optimized KNX stack for NXP's LPC Cortex M0 family.