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ARM Microcontroller, K1 Baseline Series, Kinetis ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontrollers, 32bit, 50 MHz

NXP MK10DX128VFT5

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Manufacturer:
NXP NXP
Manufacturer Part No:
MK10DX128VFT5
Newark Part No.:
89T6147
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Kinetis ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontrollers
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Kinetis ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontrollers
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32bit
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50MHz
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128KB
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16KB
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48Pins
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QFN
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33I/O's
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ARM Cortex-M4
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I2C, SPI, UART
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1.71V
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3.6V
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Each
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MSL 3 - 168 hours
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Is Kinetis-K series like (part number MK10DX128VFT5) MCU suitable for battery-powered applications?
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Yes, Kinetis-K MK10DX128VFT5 MCU has 10 flexible low-power modes with reduced wake-up time (five ARM Cortex-M4 Low-Power Modes and five Kinetis-Extended Low-Power Modes).
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Is Kinetis-K series like (part number MK10DX128VFT5) MCU suitable for Audio applications with a microphone input or does it required external components?
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"Yes, Speex SW codec is required. Speex is an open source patent-free audio codec specially developed for speech encoding and decoding with a high compression ratio and a sufficient sound quality. For higher recording performances, it is recommanded to use an external codec like Freescale SGTL5000.
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Does Kinetis-K MK10DX128VFT5 MCU embeds EEPROM memory?
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"Yes, The Kinetis MK10DX128VFT5 MCU (part-numbers with a X before memory size) include a FlexMemory feature. The FlexMemory allows to configure some of the on-chip flash memory as enhanced EEPROM, additional flash memory, or a combination of the two. The enhanced EEPROM (EEE) capability of the FlexMemory has a number of features that allow the replacement of external EEPROMs and improves upon their performance: Configurability (distribution of the amount of EEE and flash memory required), High endurance EEE memory (over 100 M cycles depending on configuration), Supports byte, word, and longword accesses, Fast write times (~100 us for a write to a pre-erased location, and 1.5 ms for an erase and program), EEE functionality across the full operating voltage range for the processor (1.71 V – 3.6 V).
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What is the advantage of the Touch Sensor Interface (TSI) module available like in Kinetis-K series (part number MK10DX128VFT5) MCU over a software solution?
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"TSI is an electrode capacitive scan method based on hardware supported by the Freescale TSS library, which makes the configuration and use of the module much easier.
Compared to a software scan method, TSI module offers to your touch application more robustness against electrical noise, more sensitivity, the ability to work in, and wake up from, low power modes, no need for external hardware (except electrode), more configuration possibilities and interrupts for simplified real-time processing.
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