KEA: Ultra-Reliable KEA Automotive Microcontrollers (MCUs) based on ARM® Cortex®-M0+ Core

Overview

Features

Features

3 Phases Sensorless BLDC Motor Control

3 Phases Sensorless BLDC Motor Control

Target Applications

Infrastructure and Industry

  1. Brushless DC (BLDC) Motor

Comparison Table

KEA Family Comparison

Device Flash RAM EEPROM Freq MSCAN SCI SPI ATD Flex-Tim IIC GPIO Packages
KEAZN8 8K 1K Emulated 48MHz 0 1 1 12c12b 6c+2c 16b 1 Up to 22 16 TSSOP/24 QFN
KEAZN16 16K 2K 256B 40MHz 0 3 2 16c12b 6c+2c+2c 16b 2 Up to 57 32/64 LQFP
KEAZN32 32K 4K 256B 40MHz 0 3 2 16c12b 6c+2c+2c 16b 2 Up to 57 32/64 LQFP
KEAZN64 64K 4K 256B 40MHz 0 3 2 16c12b 6c+2c+2c 16b 2 Up to 57 32/64 LQFP
KEAZ64 64K 8K Emulated 48MHz 1 3 2 16c12b 6c+2c+2c 16b 2 Up to 71 64/80 LQFP
KEAZ128 128K 16K Emulated 48MHz 1 3 2 16c12b 6c+2c+2c 16b 2 Up to 71 64/80 LQFP

Built on the ARM Cortex-M0+ processor

  • Built on the ARM Cortex-M0+ processor- the most energy-efficient 32-bit processor on the market with industry leading throughput/mA
  • Ultra-low power modes - several, flexible power modes fit for different application use cases designed to maximize battery life
  • Energy-saving peripherals - smart peripherals with functionality in deep sleep modes can make intelligent decisions and process data without waking up the core
  • Learn more about NXP® energy-efficient product solutions.

Web Based Tool

Training and Events

  • Webinar:
    S32K MCU Motor Control Applications with Embedder Coder and Motor Control Development Toolbox

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