Motorcycle microcontrollers

  • 21-Jul-2008 09:11 EDT


Infineon Technologies’ XC2700 family of microcontrollers with 32-bit performance allows system makers to build cost-effective electronic engine control in motorcycles, worldwide, to meet upcoming emission standards. Based on the C166SV2 high-performance microcontroller core, the XC2700 family provides single-cycle execution from a 66-MHz five-stage pipeline at up to 80 MHz. It also integrates key peripherals such as memory, voltage regulator, and interfaces to reduce the overall system cost, as well as make the family a cost-effective solution. Software developed for existing C166SV2 controllers can be easily reused with this new family. With 64 to 176 pins, the 10-product XC2700 family provides a scalable package range from lower-cost versions to higher-performance devices.

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