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TI’s Stellaris is the industry’s leading family of robust, real-time microcontrollers (MCUs) based on the revolutionary Cortex™-M3 and -M4F technology from ARM®. The award-winning Stellaris 32-bit MCUs combine sophisticated, flexible mixed-signal system-on-chip integration with unparalleled real-time multi-tasking capabilities. Complex applications previously impossible with legacy MCUs can now be accommodated with ease by powerful, cost-effective and simple-to program Stellaris MCUs. With over 140 members in its family, the Stellaris family offers the widest selection of precisely-compatible MCUs in the industry.
The Stellaris family is positioned for cost-conscious applications requiring significant control processing and connectivity capabilities, including motion control, monitoring (remote, fire/ security, etc.), HVAC and building controls, power and energy monitoring and conversion, network appliances and switches, factory automation, electronic point-of-sale machines, test and measurement equipment, medical instrumentation, and gaming equipment. In addition to MCUs configured for general-purpose real-time systems, the Stellaris family offers distinct solutions for advanced motion control and energy conversion applications, real-time networking and real-time internetworking, and combinations of these applications including connected motion control and hard real-time networking. Welcome to the future of microcontrollers!
Designed for serious microcontroller applications, the Stellaris family provides the entry into the industry’s strongest ecosystem, with code compatibility ranging from $1 to 1 GHz.
• Superior integration saves up to $3.28 in system cost
• Over 140 Stellaris family members to choose from
• Real MCU GPIOs—all can generate interrupts, are 5V-tolerant, and have programmable drive strength and slew rate control
• No functional pin muxing—choose your part by the functions you need
• Advanced communication capabilities, including 10/100 Ethernet MAC/PHY and CAN controllers
• Sophisticated motion control support in hardware and software
• Both analog comparators and ADC functionality provide on-chip system options to balance hardware and software performance
• Development is easy with the royalty-free Stellaris Peripheral Driver Library’s high-level API interface to the entire Stellaris