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One cent per pin:
Unbelievable, but true – Cortex™-M3 100-Pin MCU for EUR 1.00

   
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Cheaper than a burger! - TOSHIBA makes it all possible.

Toshiba has now come up with the following slogan for its 32-bit Cortex™-M3 TMPM330 microcontroller:

"For one cent a pin".

This applies to purchasing volumes of at least 10,000 units. However, smaller volumes are also available at extremely favourable prices. 
 

Plenty of periphery
Although the MCU is so economical, it offers a lot. Thus there are 10 x 16-bit timers, 3 x UART/SIO, 3x I2C/SIO, 12x 10-bit ADC, a watchdog timer and an RTC. The memory is equally impressive: 128 KByte Flash and 8 KByte SRAM are even available in the EUR 1.00 version. Up to 512 KByte Flash and 32 KByte SRAM are possible at a small surcharge.

Addressing static LCDs
Ase the MCU is so cheap and provides 76 I/O pins:
why not use it, for example, to address static LCD lenses?

Comfortable debugging with ETM
Also available from TOSHIBA. The TMPM330 has an ETM embedded trace macrocell by ARM. This provides you with full insight into the functions of your application, e.g. profiling, code coverage, etc. The ETM is being supported by the IAR and Keil development environments. The Segger J-Trace supports the hardware functions.

Very low development costs
You can program your application free of charge with the GNU compiler and the Eclipse development environment. For debugging, you only need a Segger J-Link Debugger and a board, e.g. an IAR or Keil starter kit. In many cases, a Segger J-Link-Lite Debugger has already been integrated. We have a special offer on the Segger J-Link Lite Debugger.
Compiler and Eclipse (CooCox): www.coocox.com
Debugger: www.segger.com/jlink-lite-arm.html

Starter kits by IAR and Keil
For the TX03 series, you can, of course, also make use of the well-known development environments by IAR and Keil. The starter kits always include an evaluation board and a Segger J-Link Lite Debugger. You can order these directly from us.
www.toshiba-components.com/microcontroller/Cortex_SKs.html

The TMPM330 is not the only one ...
TOSHIBA has developed a TX03 MCU for almost every application.
The spectrum ranges from 30-144 pins, 40-144 MHz, flash from 64 KB to 2 MB and SRAM from 6 KB to 128 KB. Even USB, and Ethernet interfaces are included. The TMPM370 series also has a 3-phase PWM with an integrated, programmable motor drive (PMD) and a Vector engine (VE). To provide an easy overview, TOSHIBA has summarised the functions for the entire series in a single table:
www.toshiba-components.com/ParamSearch/mcu.html

Sample programs
TOSHIBA offers sample programs for all TX03 series peripheral elements, specially prepared for various C-compilers.
www.toshiba-components.com/microcontroller/Application_conf.html

For more information please contact your local GLYN sales office.