Germany,Japan : Fujitsu presents ARM Cortex-M Solutions at Embedded World 2013 [TendersInfo (India)]
(TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) From February 26 to February 28, 2013, Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe (FSEU) will be showcasing its FM Family ARM® Cortex-M-based industrial solutions and FRAM (Ferroelectric RAM) at the Embedded World trade fair in Nuremberg, Germany. Learn more about Fujitsu s range of right-sized solutions at our partner booths, where our experts will be on hand to answer your questions and provide live demonstrations. You will find us at GLYN (hall 1, booth 306), MSC (hall 2, booth 219) and EBV Elektronik (hall 4, booth 535).
FM Family for industrial solutions FM is an abbreviation of Fujitsu Cortex -M , Fujitsu s ARM® Cortex -M based microcontroller platform for industrial markets. The FM product family is designed as a universal platform, with packages from 32 to 176 pins and Flash memory sizes from 64 KB to 1.5 MB. It consists of more than 450 immediately-available members of the FM3 family, plus FM4 and FM0+ family members that will be available in sample quantities from spring and summer 2013, respectively.
The FM Family offers a wide operating voltage range, including real 5 V operation. Industrial network interfaces include up to 2 channels each of CAN, USB and Ethernet a world first. Most products feature sophisticated structures for inverter control (one MCU can control up to three inverters or one multi-level inverter), targeting drives in the industrial automation and home appliance sectors. Another focus is low-power operation, with a dedicated group of products targeting sensors and handheld devices.
Fujitsu s strategy of providing dedicated FM solutions aims to significantly reduce development times and provide competitive advantages to its customers.
FMtouch FMtouch is a solution package for capacitive touch applications such as touch buttons, sliders, scroll wheels, x/y matrices and proximity sensing based on any member of the FM Family. The platform is optimised for use in industrial or medical applications and in white goods. Its patent-pending, hardware-accelerated capacitive touch sensing uses one ADC input pin per touch channel and offers high sensitivity (
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